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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.
While Google Cardboard has been available on both Android and iPhone for over two years now, a key part of the inexpensive virtual reality platform has been Android-only until now. But that changed today, when Google released its Cardboard Camera app for iPhone.
Google this week provided the Android 7.0 Nougat factory and OTA images for its Nexus devices, providing Nexus owners with the ability to easily upgrade or reset their devices with the latest Android version.
Google this week began rolling out a feature called Wi-Fi Assistant---previously a Project Fi exclusive---to all users of Nexus handsets in the United States, Canada, and elsewhere. This feature works similarly to Wi-Fi Sense in Windows 10.
Google has provided a new battery life comparison that shows that the latest version of its Chrome web browser for Windows obtains about two hours of additional battery life on the same hardware when compared to a year-ago version.
Google updated Chrome for Windows this week, enhancing the browser's user experience with a flat, Metro-like Material Design look and feel, improved support for increasingly-common high-DPI displays, and better battery life. It's almost like they've read my mind.
One year ago, Google announced its OnHub home routers, offering consumers a simpler and more elegant solution for home connectivity. Today, the search giant is subtly expanding OnHub's capabilities into home automation courtesy of new Philips Hue light compatibility.
Users of Google Chrome may have noticed an interesting change to their browser over the past week: Google Cast capabilities are now built-in and no longer require an extension.
Back in May, Google announced two innovative new mobile messaging apps, Allo and Duo, which are aimed at text and video messaging, respectively. And today, Google delivered the first release of its Duo video calling app for both Android and iPhone.
In the spirit of making the transition to Android easier for Windows phone users, I present Google Nearby. This new Android feature works like Local Scout did on Microsoft's mobile platform, offering quick access to nearby places of interest.
Google this week announced the one-year anniversary of its My Account hub, which lets the search giant's customers manage their account security and privacy. But it also revealed two new features for My Account: Find Your Phone, which works with both Android and iPhone handsets, and OK Google integration.