Lilbits: Unbox Therapy hands-on with Pixel 7 preview, Netflix could do cloud gaming and RS Components no longer makes or sells Raspberry Pi hardware


Google’s Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones are expected to hit the streets this fall, and the company has already given us an idea of ​​what they’ll look like in May. But pre-release versions of the phone have been appearing in the wild for months, and now popular tech YouTuber Unbox Therapy has posted… an unboxing and first look at some non-working dev units.

The new phones are expected to have next-gen Google Tensor processors and an updated design that will still look quite familiar to anyone who’s seen a Pixel 6 series phone.

In other recent web tech news, Netflix is ​​already bundling some mobile games with its video streaming service, but there’s evidence the company could move into the game streaming space next. One of Raspberry Pi’s original manufacturing and distribution partners doesn’t do any of those things anymore. Windows Insiders in Japan are the latest to be able to run Android apps on a Windows 11 PC. LibreOfice 7.4 has been released and, among other things, it adds support for WebP images. And hardware acceleration is coming to Waydroid on the Librem 5 smartphone, which should improve the performance of Android apps running on this Linux phone.

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