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looks the same to me.. a lot of empty white space and just a serarch and destroy field in the center top..
It's as if they plucked the logo from the toy bin at the pediatrician's office and then thoroughly scrubbed it...
are you using google chrome or Netscape??
Looks like they lighted up on those circa 1985 bevels.
Looks like they lost the drop shadow on the logo.
Notice after the search....never seen that left nav thing before.
(I'm on the latest FF)
Do you think this is associated with the Caffeine rollout or completely different?
They are trying out a few different versions. I've only seen the js for the one with blue buttons. I had that version cleared my cache and haven't had it since. I must have pissed them offf :(
google has mail now?
I noticed that today. 3.15.2010
Drop shadow testing...
I get just the logo and the box, and then after about 10 seconds, the other stuff around the edges "magically" fades in.
I wonder if that's HTML 5.0?
yeah it looks different in firefox then in flock
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- predictions: no 3.5mm headphone jack, new portrait mode for camera, wireless charging (glass all around)monospaced
- Google Home Max = same product features and price of Apple Home Pod. Fascinating, and innovative!monospaced
- Seems to me like it does a little bit more with youtube and nest integration. Apple does not have a suite of home devices.zarkonite
- but I agree with your point, these things have become generic because there's only so much you can invent really imo.zarkonite
- ugh, 3.5mm is gone!zarkonite
- I wouldn't get too hung up on the hardware (although have to say my Pixel is the best phone I have ever owned), it's all about Android baby - the latest versionfadein11
- of which is the best yet. Stock Android is where it's at. You ios guys should give it a try some time.fadein11
- You're right, Apple doesn't make home devices, but neither does Google. HomeKit supports all of them though, just like Google's. They're very similar.monospaced
- I commented on the wrong post, was meant for the one above oops.fadein11
- Speaker, thermostat, doorbell, home cameras, smoke alarms, chromecast... I'd say google makes a lot of home devices.zarkonite
- Google makes all those? I didn't realize.monospaced
- I thought that was all Nest, which btw, all play nice with Apple HomeKit.monospaced
- Nest is a division of Alphabet, formerly a division of Google.zarkonite
So far with the Pixel 2 google is differentiating itself with smarter software and integration with their services. That's the reason why I switched, I use gmail, google maps and their assistant is waaaaay better than Siri.
I'm also glad I don't have to get the big phone to get the good features, both the regular sized and XL are the same (or so they claim)