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Pixel 2 XL screen woes, Snap bet wrong on SpectaclesToday's major tech stories include Google's Pixel 2 XL screen issues, Snap's bad bet on its wearable Spectacles and Pay With Google's launch.
This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. While Google's new line of Pixel 2 phones have reviewed well, some are not happy with the 2XL's screen. Firs were reports of odd color hues, and now people are posting photos of burn-in issues associated with the bottom navigation bar. Google has responded saying the company will look into the situation. According to the information, Snap severely overestimated the number of spectacles the company would sell based off it's initial pop-up vending machine. Buts, the report says hundreds of thousands of the wearable sunglass cameras are sitting in warehouses, unlikely to ever be used. And finally, Pay with Google has launched. It's the company's payment solution for For checking out at online stores, users can attach a debit or credit card to the service and should only require a quick personal ID confirm to complete the transaction. [MUSIC] You stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app in the Apple or Google Play store.