Google’s latest mid-range wonders, the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, are now available directly from Amazon.com.
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Google has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit that accused it of knowingly selling defective Pixel handsets to customers.
The OnePlus 7 Pro offers a leading edge design and features but is still much more affordable than other flagship smartphones.
The makers of WhatsApp are warning users to upgrade the popular messaging app to avoid a spyware attack.
After spending more time with the Google Pixel 3a XL, I can report some early findings on the display, audio, and performance.
My plastic and purple-ish Pixel 3a XL arrived today, offering a first peek at Google’s affordable new flagship alternative.
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The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled that iPhone users could sue Apple for antitrust violations related to the iPhone App Store.
You can now write software on Chrome OS. Including, apparently, Android apps made with Flutter and Android Studio.
A few Reddit posts claiming that Google’s Digital Wellbeing is slowing down the firm’s smartphones have gained some traction.
I’ve ordered a Google Pixel 3a XL to compare it to the much more expensive Pixel 3 XL. Here are a few thoughts ahead of its arrival.
In October 2017, I spoke with Microsoft’s Jeff Burtoft and Aaron Gustafson about the company’s plans to bring PWAs to Windows 10.
Google this week said that adoption of the latest Android version has skyrocketed compared to the previous version.
Chrome OS and the Chromebooks on which it runs are now sophisticated enough for web and Android developers, Google says.
Google had previously announced plans to bring Flutter, its cross-platform mobile development framework, to the web.
I’m plenty-busy here in Seattle for Microsoft Build, but I wanted to at least provide a quick rundown of today’s Google I/O announcements
Coincidental with the first day of its I/O conference today, Google launched Android Q Beta 3, adding a new system-wide dark theme and more.
After months of leaks, Google has made the Pixel 3a and 3a XL official. The new mid-range handsets start at $399.
Google announced today that there are now over 2.5 billion monthly active Android devices worldwide, up from 2 billion in 2017.
Samsung said today that it cannot predict when it will be able to ship its innovative Galaxy Fold smartphone.
If you caught yesterday’s Build 2019 keynote, you may have witnessed the awkwardness of a failed HoloLens 2 demo.
Google announced that it is launching a major design overhaul of Android Auto that will roll out to all compatible automobiles this summer.
The new version of Google Fi for iPhone now supports that platform’s visual voicemail functionality, a significant improvement.
Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi said today that it sold 27.5 million smartphones in the first quarter of 2019.
The makers of the top-rated wellness app for iPhone have lashed out at Apple for removing it from the App Store.
A new update to Windows 10’s Your Phone app lets you save your smartphone-based photos directly to the PC.