Your Google Pixel 2 has a pretty capable built-in butler in the form of Google Assistant. Not everyone with an Android phone, however, is all-in on Google’s ecosystem. In fact, some users might be – wait for it – Microsoft users. And that means Cortana is their go-to virtual assistant….
Google has set out to make its mark on the headphone world with Pixel Buds, wireless headphones that can control your phone and claim to translate conversations in real time. But how do they stack up?
One of the Pixel 2‘s most interesting features is Active Edge, which lets you launch Google Assistant by simply squeezing your smartphone. Unfortunately, Google made the annoying decision to lock this function to its AI assistant, but one developer has already found a way to get around the company’s restrictions.