Entry-Level Google Pixel With Android Go Rumored As Well

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Early previous year, 9To5Google reported that Google was working on a budget-friendly "Pixel 2B", which was said to be significantly cheaper than the flagship Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL that are now selling for $649 and $849, respectively.

This fact comes due to the reorganizing the Google's strategy regarding the Indian market, where Google plans on releasing cheaper, mid-range products in the future.

Industry executives who recently had meetings with Google spoke about the tech giant's plan to penetrate markets like India with a wide range of products such as the Nest brand, Google Wi-Fi, and the Pixelbook.

A new report claims this year's new Pixel 3 line-up will include a mid-range model that's more affordable than its pricey siblings. Now, the company has sent out media invites for the launch event scheduled on 10th April.

China's Tiangong-1 space station burns up over South Pacific
It appears that China's "Heavenly Palace" or Tiangong-1 space station may want its last big show to be taken seriously. Reports to the contrary, it said Monday, were because "foreign media envy China's space programme".

Google had announced the Home and Home mini products back in 2017, now as per some reports, the Google Home and Home Mini are to be announced for the Indian market and will be a Flipkart exclusive products. It had, in last October, launched a series of smart speakers including the Echo Dot, Echo and Echo Plus priced at Rs 4,499, Rs 9,999 and Rs 14,999, respectively. The Assistant in Hindi is rolling out to Android phones 6.0+ (Marshmallow and above) and would soon come to Android 5.0 Lollipop, iPhones as well as Android Oreo (Go edition) devices.

Now rolling out in the United States and India in Hindi and English, there is no news of which countries could be next. It is capable of responding to user's commands and will get you hands-free help around the house.

According to Google's announcement post of the axing of the service, users will have until April 13th to use Goo.gl, at which point, the service will no longer be available.

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