Google is working on several new initiatives to incorporate artificial intelligence into public projects.
Google Search is getting a huge upgrade with podcast recommendations, augmented reality tools and new camera features.
Starting this summer, Google will add a new interface with a more intuitive user interface to its Android Auto experience.
The Mountain View company wants to make harder for marketing companies to track you, but is not going to apply the same standards to itself.
Here's how to watch Google I/O 2019, which promises big announcements for Pixel, Android, Wear OS and more.
An upcoming Google feature will let users automatically delete personal data after a fixed period of time.
Google's Pixel 3a will reportedly start at $399, according to a tech blogger who's seen pictures of the retail packaging for the rumored phone.
Google’s Wear OS software update, rolling out this month, could improve the Android smartwatch experience.
A new Chrome for Android vulnerability can allow hackers to trap you in a fake web browser, one researcher discovered.
Google's midrange Pixel may not be shaping up to be a design stunner, though at least its colors seem nice.
Missing photo hardware and thick bezels are evidence of Google's efforts to make the Pixel 3a cheaper.
Google's smallest smart speaker is a cinch to set up, but it involves multiple steps. Here's how to do it.
Cheap phones have always been a bit dull. If Google plays its cards right with the Pixel 3a, it could change that.
Google has pulled the plug on its Inbox app. Here are two alternatives you can try, and how they stack up.
Leaked renders of the Pixel 3a and 3a XL show a pair of pretty ordinary-looking phones. But that's the entire point of Google's rumored midrange handsets.
Amazon and Google's war for streaming platform control has hit a long-awaited ceasefire. Here's how we the consumer win.
Google’s annual developers conference will kick off on May 7. Expect to hear a lot about the next version of Android, Google Assistant improvements and more.
Google Nexus 6P owners who had random reboots and other battery-related headaches could get up to $400 from a class-action settlement.
We explore Google’s Gmail client to highlight helpful features like snoozing messages, smart replies and the newly added ability to schedule your emails.