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Google Home can do a lot of things, from ordering pizza to looking up flight information to turning on your TV. Here are the best Google Home commands to use.
From news readers, utilities and games, to photo editors, media players and social networking tools, here are 40 of our favorite free Android apps.
A number of companies embed Google Assistant in their gadgets. Here's a look at some of the best devices.
Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Pandora, Google and Amazon all offer tons of music, but picking the right service comes down to what makes each one unique.
As Chrome's popularity grows, so does the number of extensions promising a faster, more secure and productive experience. Here are the best extensions currently available.
Whether you're looking for an email solution for yourself or your business, these are the best email service providers available now.
We've compiled our favorite YouTube channels, the shows that make us hit Subscribe and have become appointment viewing.
If you're picking up a Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL, you'll want a case to protect your brand-new phone. Here are the options that have caught our eye.
So you fancy yourself an Android power user? Check out these 30 apps crafted specifically for rooted Android smartphones.
From exploring the far-flung reaches of space to taking a tour of Rome, here are the best 360-degree videos YouTube has to offer.
All three of Google’s smart speakers let you control smart home devices, answer questions with Google Assistant, and a whole lot more. Here’s how they compare in terms of size, price and features.
Google has officially unveiled Android Oreo, the next version of its mobile operating system. Here's what to expect from the update, which will bring stronger security, faster performance and more battery life.
Protect your Google smartphone in style. These are the most attractive and durable cases for the Pixel and Pixel XL.
From fantastic widgets and app launchers to task automators, these Android-exclusive apps show why we love Google's mobile OS.
Google is pulling the plug on iGoogle, but you can personalize your web surfing experience with these great alternatives.
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