Google is having its developers conference this week, and the company showed off new tech. Should Apple take notice? We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
Google has introduced new gesture navigation in Android P, powering the virtual home button with swipes and taps. Here's how it's better (and worse) than Apple's method on the iPhone X.
Google and JBL are partnering on a new smart sounder with always-on Google Assistant support and Android TV.
Fitbit has flipped the switch on Android smart replies for the Versa and Ionic. Here's how to get it set up on your smartwatch.
Apple's effect on Android phones is at an all-time high in 2018, and it's making everything boring.
Apple has posted its second quarter results for 2018, and surprise, surprise, things are going very well.
John Gruber has dismissed the notion that Apple's Mac-iOS project will be unveiled at WWDC, and he cautions that it might not be the cross-platform experience we want.
T-Mobile and Sprint have finally agreed to a long-rumored merger, so let's take a look at what it could mean for subscribers.
Apple has announced that it is killing its AirPort routers, ending a line of visionary products that stretch back all the way to the original iBook.
'Avengers: Infinity War' is out today and there are deals to be had.
Snap's second-generation Spectacles sunglasses, are thinner, water resistant, and upload faster. But that doesn't mean people will want to wear them.
Spotify’s new app update gives its free tier access to hundreds of on-demand songs and a heavy focus on personalization, and it just might be better than Apple Music.
Plus your comments and questions in Macworld Podcast episode 602.
Google has rolled out a major update to its Gmail web client, bringing a new interface and strong privacy features.
Spotify has taken the wraps off its new mobile app, which includes a major upgrade to the streaming service's free tier. Here's why Premium users might want to give it a listen.