Learn how to get the most out of Google's new Pixel phones with these tips on how to use the smartphone's camera, master new Android features and more.
You can transfer your contacts from iPhone to Android by uploading them to Gmail. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to do it.
Streaming content from iOS or Android to Chromecast is not difficult, and our guide outlines the whole process.
An updated version of Gmail on Android lets you recall emails if you've sent them accidentally. Here's how to use this new feature.
Due to Android's open-ended nature, setting the OS up is not quite as foolproof as setting up iOS, but Tom's Guide can help you.
Resetting Google Chromecast to factory settings takes only a few minutes, and you can do it manually if all else fails.
Google is adding new voice options to Google Assistant, and you can make the change right now on any Android phone.
Google Home is useful and easy to use, but it can still get you into trouble. Here are some safety tips.
The Google Home could sound better. Fortunately, you can pair it with a Bluetooth speaker to get better audio.
Google has tracked every search you've made, every YouTube video you've watched and everywhere you've been. Here's how to fight back.
The Google Lens tool for identifying objects and providing info via your phone's camera is now on iOS. Here's how to get started.
Google updated its iOS app to integrate search functionality into both Messages and Safari on iPhones running iOS 11. Here's how to use the new features.
Google Reply is a new feature that allows users to quickly respond to messages, directly from notifications.
Your Google Home or Chromecast device may be causing your Wi-Fi connection to stop working. Here's what you need to do.
Google's app can match your face to a work of art, but it's not available everywhere yet. Here's how to use it.
By connecting your Google Home Mini to a Logitech Harmony Hub, you can control your TV using nothing but your voice. Here's how to set it up.
There are two different methods of mirroring your PC screen on a television, and while both are simple, neither is perfect.
You can use the Google Home Mini to control a Chromecast device or Android TV, but first you have to connect the two. Here's how.
You'll need a Pixel or Pixel 2 running Android 8.1 to feel the force of Star Wars in augmented reality form.
The Pixel 2's Active Edge squeeze feature is only supposed to trigger Google Assistant, but, with some work, you can change that.
Google's announced Android O's delicious code name, along with news that the final version will be rolling out soon. Here's how to get it.