It's time for another Google I/O. We'll show you where to watch the May 11 keynote and give you a rundown on what Google could announce at its developer conference.
Bluetooth SIG listings reveal three Pixel Watch models may be coming, and suggest launch is imminent.
Google Chrome extensions are getting two new badges to help you find the best ones easily and quickly.
A new Google Pixel Watch leak shows off what could be an official render of the smartwatch, complete with beautiful curved display.
Pixel 6 is suffering yet another issue, and this one causes it to drop calls without telling you about it.
A new search feature is available in the Google app for Android and iOS that combines image and text searches to produce more refined results, particularly for shopping queries.
Google Docs will soon let you react to highlighted text with emojis — here's how to annoy your coworkers with them.
Almost 14 years after its debut, Google Chrome is releasing its 100th update. Here are the features you can try out.
Steam is now available on select Chromebooks. Here's how it looks, and how to try it out for yourself.
The ability to purchase movies and TV shows is leaving Google Play for a new home in the Google TV app.
Google is rolling out a new feature that lets you draft up and send your Gmail messages through Google Docs.
The Google Pixel Watch and Pixel 6a were rumored to be here as soon as May, but it looks like that date could be slipping.
Chrome and Firefox will reach version 100 in the near future, and that has potential to break unprepared websites. But plans are in place to avert disaster.
Google says it has forced 150 million account holders to use 2FA, leading to a 50% decrease in account takeovers.
Google's One VPN service is now available for iOS devices in North America and western Europe, but will it really appeal to iPhone users?
Google has issued an update for beta users that fixes an annoying problem when texting between Android and Apple's iMessage that replaces reactions with emojis.
You could soon mute Google Chrome tabs much quicker, as the one-click feature is now being tested and could soon become available.
We're paying close attention to rumors that point to a new Google device that could be the Pixelbook 2.