How can Google top a year that saw it launch the excellent Pixel 6 series? Here's what 2022 holds in store for the tech giant.
Google Calendar's desktop site is currently down for some users, though the mobile app still seems to be working.
Google's Gmail just got an update that lets you make instant voice and video calls directly from the mobile app, no previous invitation needed.
For many, the top video doorbell comes down to Ring vs. Nest. Here's how the two compare on price, video quality and features.
Some Google users are being told they have to start using two-factor authentication by Nov. 9, and millions of others will follow by the end of the year. Here's what that means for you.
Google's new flagships are selling out fast. Here's where to buy the Google Pixel 6 right now before its sold out.
Google Pixel 6 pricing varies based on the carrier and model. Here's why some carriers are charging more.
Google Fi has an appealing pay-only-for-what-you-use approach to monthly cellphone bills. Find out if this low-cost carrier is right for you.
Google Maps' new Android widget means you can start navigating directly from the homescreen, which should be handy for people always on the go.
Google Maps can do way more than getting you around, so be sure to check out these 22 essential tips to enhance your drive.
Chrome browser extensions falling under the existing browser framework will stop working in January 2023, which could nuke many ad blockers.
Google pushed out a surprise update for desktop Chrome to fix a single flaw used by hackers to attack computers.
Google updated Chrome on the desktop to fix 11 security flaws, two of which are already being used in attacks.
A 'security update' is being applied to Google Drive files in September. Here's what's really happening, and what you need to do.
When it comes to deciding between Amazon Photos vs. Google Photos for storing your pictures, which is best for you?
Google's Chrome browser will now warn you about sketchy extensions and downloads before it's too late.
Google Photos will help you find and delete all your terrible photos ahead of the big changes to its storage plan.
Google Chrome may be bringing back RSS readers, with a new 'Follow' feature putting the feed straight into your browser.
Google's having a crack at physical retail, presumably hoping to follow in Apple's footsteps, rather than Microsoft's.
We didn't hear about the Pixel 5a or Pixel Buds Series A during Google I/O. But that doesn't mean the products won't be appearing soon.