08 Jul: Best Buy, Google Help Canadian Seniors Connect With Loved Ones

Living in a pandemic is challenging. For many, the hardest part is being separated from loved ones.

With social distancing practices widely recommended to reduce the spread of COVID-19, a sense of isolation and loneliness can set in — especially for those who dwell in senior living communities. In many areas, visits from friends and family are temporarily prohibited or greatly restricted.

Best Buy and Google recognized this and knew technology could help people stay connected while apart. So, they teamed up to donate Google Nest Hub Max devices to more than 300 private and public senior living residences across Canada.


18 Oct: New Google products coming to Best Buy

Hey, Google. Tell us what’s new.

Google just announced new products from mobile phones to smart home, and beyond. Designed with people in mind, these devices are meant to help make your life easier.

Pixel 4

Updated with a fresh new look, the Pixel 4 has some amazing new features. It comes in three colors: “Just Black,” “Clearly White” and “Oh So Orange.” It’s available in two sizes; Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL. You don’t even have to touch your phone to get things done.

Pixel 3

18 Oct: Google Pixel 3 is now available at Best Buy

Google announced its latest lineup of tech last week, including the newest addition to the Pixel family: Pixel 3 and 3 XL.

Pixel smartphones are known for their incredible photography, quick charge and built-in Google Assistant, and the Pixel 3 brings even more of these signature features. That means a brilliant camera, more charging capabilities and even more help from your Google Assistant. 

(And as a bonus, Verizon customers will get a $100 Best Buy gift card with qualified activation on a Verizon plan.

Best Buy - home

04 Oct: New Google Products For Home, and Away From Home

Google has been busy coming up with new products to make our lives easier, and now you can get them at Best Buy.

Just announced today, these new gadgets span from voice assistants to smartphones to virtual reality headsets.

Let’s start with the Google Home Mini. It’s little, yes, but it can do big things. Powered by Google Assistant, it’s designed to fit in anywhere, so you can scatter Minis throughout multiple rooms in your house. It has far-field microphones that can hear you even if there’s music playing or loud background noise.