The delayed launch of a Samsung Chromebook 2-in-1 is pretty much all you need to know about this erstwhile threat to Windows.
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Google has issued a major update to its Google Maps mobile app, improving the ride-sharing experience and adding deep integration with Uber.
I'm reorganizing my contacts this week, and like any other forms of digital decluttering, it's a time-consuming mess.
I was able to experience the magic of Project Fi cellular access in Europe for a second time this past week. And yes, it held up nicely.
Google Photos has launched a new mobile app calledPhotoScan that will help scan your paper-based photos and upload them to the cloud.
Google has gone public with its defense of an EU antitrust case: That Android stimulates innovation and increases choice for consumers. Ha!
Google has issued significant updates to its Gmail and Google Calendar apps on iOS. This is the first major update to Gmail in---get this---four years.
The Google Home I ordered is heading my way. But in looking at the first reviews of the device, I can see that this it has one fatal flaw. And it's a big one.
Google announced today that its DayDream View virtual reality (VR) headset will become available to customers next week, on November 10.
Google has been talking about its Tango augmented reality initiative since last year, but it's finally happening: The first Tango smartphone is now available.
Google Chrome 54 is out now, but Chrome 55 which should finally fix long-standing memory usage and battery life problems with the browser.
Google today announced that it now provides a group plan for its excellent Project Fi service: Now, up to six people can share a single Project Fi plan, along with all the management capabilities you'd expect.
Google has begun rolling out Allo for Android and iPhone, offering users their first peek at its artificial intelligence-based cross-platform smart messaging solution.
Google Photos for Android, iPhone and the web is being updated today with improved photo sharing capabilities. And it works well whether those you're sharing with use Google Photos or not.
Google's long-rumored Google Trips service is now live, giving Android and iPhone users a way to consolidate all of their vacation and trip planning into a single, offline-accessible place.