Between February 15 and February 28, you can get a free $80 credit to use on Project Fi when buying a Pixel 2/2 XL through the Google Store. Google's marketing this promo as "a month of Project Fi", but that's only assuming you use 6GB or more of data during a month.
People residing in Puerto Rico can now access and purchase products from the Google Store. At this time the Google Pixel, Daydream View, Samsung Chromebook Plus, and various accessories are available for purchase.
The Google Store in Canada has a new listing for the LG Watch Style. The device isn't available for purchase quite yet, but Google is allowing those who are interested to sign up to be informed when it does go on sale.
A while back, the Google Store started allowing people to buy items in countries other than their own. At the time it wasn't clear whether this change was intentional, but Google confirmed as much today.
Google's Daydream View headset is quite comfortable thanks to its cloth build materials, but this can pretty dirty after a while. To help with this, Google will now sell you replacement facepads for the device at the Google Store for $15 each.
The Samsung Chromebook Plus is now listed on the Google Store along with a $20 Google Play credit when purchased for $449. The Chromebook features support for Android Apps through Google Play and has a stylus for drawing on the touch screen.
Google cleans up the Google Store quite often and today they have stopped selling two specific products. If you've been wanting to buy the Nixon Mission smartwatch, or the Philips Hue Color A19 Starter Kit, then you'll have to buy it from another retailer for now.