Google Pixel goes hands-free

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SAN DIEGO — Google says their Pixel 4 smartphone, expected to arrive in October, will feature a motion sensing mini-radar on the front of the device to recognize hand gestures and know when you’re nearby.

Features include waving a hand to skip songs, snooze alarms or silence calls. Rich DeMuro got a sneak peak at the device — but don’t call it a “hands-on” review.

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