Android now works perfectly with the Xbox One controller.
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With the move to edge-to-edge displays in modern devices, Google has rethought Android system navigation yet again.
Anyone still pining away for Windows phone needs to pay attention to how Google is evolving Android with AI capabilities.
Android 9 Pie contains a number of small new features that together add up to create a more productive environment.
Digital Wellbeing encompasses three new Android 9 Pie features: An app timer, a Wind Down mode, and a dashboard to manage it all.
Android 9 Pie has a feature called Adaptive Brightness that's a bit like auto-brightness on steroids. AI steroids.
Those lucky enough to be running Android 9 Pie already now have access to the beta version of Google's Digital Wellbeing.
Android 9 Pie includes a new Adaptive Battery feature that works alongside the battery life technologies that debuted in previous versions of the platform.
With Android Pie, it really is the little things that make a difference. Here are the new features that have impacted me the most so far.
OnePlus will be releasing Android P for the OnePlus 3/3T as part of its to three years commitment of updates.
Google releases the last beta of Android P as it gets ready for the official public release of the OS.
Google could be preparing for a radical redesign of its core apps.
Google releases a brand new Android P beta and we are now much closer to the final, public release of the OS.
Digital health is a big focus for Apple and Google this year, but are the features alone enough to help our phone addiction?
Google's Datally app now gives users more control over their data limits with new guest mode and daily limits.
Google has released Android P Beta 2, and I've installed it on my Pixel 2 XL. Here's a quick look.
Google today announced the second beta for Android P, the upcoming version of its mobile operating system.
After finally figuring out how to enable gesture navigation in the Android P beta, I was happy to discover that it works wonderfully.
Google announced the first public beta of Android P today, so I've installed it on my Pixel 2 XL and took a quick peek.
The first Wear OS developer preview from Google is here, and it introduces some interesting changes for improved battery life.
With the first Android P developer preview now available, I decided it was time to dive right in. What does the future look like?
Google is releasing the first developer preview of the next major Android update. It includes support for iPhone X-like notches, a new multi-camera API, and more.
Android has some major problems. And they are familiar to anyone who has used Windows PCs over the years.
Google working on adding built-in support for notches, multi-screen devices, and foldable displays with the next release of Android, codenamed Pistachio.