From dual-lens cameras to air gesture controls and in-screen fingerprint sensing, here's everything we know about Google's next flagship.
Ring''s premium doorbell is a fine choice, but the Nest Hello beats it on price, video quality and features.
It's no secret that Google Assistant stores your recordings. But a new report reveals that Google employees listen to some of them too.
Amazon's and Google's long-running feud appears to be over, as YouTube and Prime Video are finally available on both Fire TV and Chromecast.
Google Stadia is the company's big push into gaming, allowing you to stream AAA titles on any device with a Chrome browser.
Google Chrome's Suspicious Site Reporter extension makes it easy to flag suspicious websites and add them to the company's blacklist.
A clever system of alternating apostrophes used by Genius apparently proves Google is copying its content.
The Google Play marketplace has a big problem with fake apps, and a phony WhatsApp installer is just the latest example.
Based on leaked mockups of the Pixel 4, it seems Google is going to adopt Apple’s worst design decision with this fall’s smartphone.
Google will make its dynamic email feature available to Gmail users that will let them take action directly from a message.
Google aims to neuter most ad blockers in Chrome. Here's what will be affected and how you can keep blocking ads.
Google's Confidential Mode, a protected email service, is pretty easy to use, but there are a few quirks you should know about.
The Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are the latest low-cost additions to Google's smartphone lineup. Here's how they stack up.
Google has added a pair of lower-cost devices to its smartphone lineup. And while the $399 starting price is the most impressive feature, it's not the only Pixel 3a spec you should know about.
Google’s finally come out with its less expensive Pixel 3a. Here’s how it differs from the premium model.
If the world’s second biggest manufacturer has to fork its own Android OS and app ecosystem, Google may be in trouble in the long run.
A report from Reuters says that Google may stop giving Huawei access to Android updates and that future phones from the company could lack access to Google Play and other apps as a result of Trump administration orders.
Google is back with a new iteration of Glass specifically for businesses — and once again, you can't buy one.
Multiple users are complaining about the problem, and there doesn’t appear to be an obvious cause yet.