Google is reportedly planning to bring Steam to Chrome OS, along with more powerful hardware that will actually be capable of running games.
Recent Google Stories
Sonos is taking legal actions against Google for infringing 100 of its patents after Google got access to its multi-room audio tech back in 2013.
The Pixel 4's first feature drop is here -- and along with the promised features, it also introduces an improvement to Face Unlock, support for T-Mobile eSIM, and improved location tracking.
New Android phones in Turkey will ship without Google apps, including the Play Store, after Google failed to meet the local competition authority's demands.
Google is shipping RCS messaging support on Android a little early, and all Android users in the United States now have the modern chat features part of RCS messaging.
Gmail is getting a brand new feature where users can attach their emails on an email.
Google's impressive new AI-powered Recorder app is no longer exclusive to the Pixel 4, and owners of older Pixel devices can now try it out.
Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as Alphabet leaders, handing off their responsibilities to Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
Google's Stadia Controller will apparently get wireless support for phones, tablets, laptops, and desktops sometime in 2020 after Google only had wireless support for the Chromecast UIltra at launch.
Google Photos finally lets you tag faces in pictures manually, but you still have to rely on the algorithm actually detecting faces first.
Google is giving away three months of free Disney+ when you buy a new Chromebook.
Google brings Smart Compose to Google Docs after it helped save more than 2 billion characters each week on Gmail.
Google announces 10 new games for the day one launch line-up for Stadia as the company tries to tackle criticism over broken promises.
Google News is getting a new feature that will highlight in-depth stories, so long-form journalism doesn't get buried within the fast daily news cycle.
Google's Staida service launches next week but not all of the features announced will be available on day one.
Google's Teachable Machine 2.0 makes its ML tool much more powerful than before, allowing users to make AI that can actually be used on a real product.
YouTube embraces bigger thumbnails as part of latest update, introduces new queuing feature on the desktop.
Google is acquiring Fitbit for a total of $2.1 billion as the company looks to expand its investment on Wear OS and the wearables business.
Google just launched a bunch of cool new experimental Android apps that help you use your phone less every day.
Microsoft's former boss for Outlook and Cortana has now joined Google to lead the company's G Suite business.
With the launch of its new hardware, Google is killing its AI-powered Clips camera, as well as the Daydream View, and the original Pixel Buds.
Google unveils next-gen Google Assistant experience on the Pixel 4 that runs on-device, performs way faster than before, and isn't intrusive. It's weirdly amazing.
Google reveals second-gen Google Wifi, now called Nest Wifi, with new Assistant features, and smaller beacons that help you save costs.
Google joins the wireless earbuds party with the new Pixel Buds, getting rid of the cable running between the original Pixel Buds. It's not cheap, though.
Google says the company never stored your audio recordings by default, and it's improving its policies to frequently delete the amount of audio data it stores.
The lack of Google apps on Huawei's Mate 30 line of phones is a major problem, though Huawei might make it slightly easier for users to sideload apps on the phones.
Google announces new updates for its core services to help the internet become more accessible to users in India.