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Messenger will attempt to recognize the people in a picture you want to share and suggest who to send it to.
The new reading mode is especially helpful on a smartphone screen, as it eliminates the clutter so you can focus on writing.
While Android Pay replaced Wallet for retail payments, Wallet still has some life left as a possible PayPal competitor.
You're now able to find files by file owner, email address, and take advantage of tools specific to each mobile platform.
Self-driving cars. Google Photos. A brand new Alphabet. What’s a win and what’s a fail? Jon Phillips breaks down Google’s biggest happenings of 2015.
In the U.S., this includes YouTube Red, making it a very compelling offer.
The Pixel C has beautiful industrial design, a gorgeous screen, killer components, and a clever hardware keyboard that attaches with magnets. But Google’s pure Android tablet still has work ahead as a productivity machine.
Mark Hachman discovered that the open box tablet he purchased still was keyed to a prior account. Don't make the same mistake.
You should probably head to a Verizon store fast, as plenty of Star Wars fans are likely to quickly swoop in to grab one.
A month with the Nexus 6P showed that perhaps its gorgeous screen is a little too big for its operating system.
Is the grass greener on the other side of the walled garden?
Not sure what to get your Android lovin' pals for the holidays this year? We can help.
Can't figure out what to ask for, or what to get your buddy? We can help.
Whether you're opting for an iPad or a Surface, here are five things to consider before you buy a tablet.
The Local Guides program is dangling more carrots in order to bolster the user-contributed content to Google Maps.
You don't have to dig through your email any more to find sharing requests and collaboration invites with Drive for Android and iOS.
Hivemapper takes the video signal from your drone and superimposes onto it details of buildings and points of interest nearby. And if you get too close to those buildings, it also serves up a warning that you might be about to hit them.
The leaked screens show various parts of the app, such as the For You screen and Beats One.
It looks like an iPhone, but it's really a mid-range Android phone in a pretty package.
Apple is the better choice if you value your privacy. So, of course we have to talk about how that's a problem.