The new Google Chromecast is fast and intuitive, but the attractive little dongle is behind the times.
Google Maps split screen on Android now lets you see the map and Street View at the same time. Here's how it works.
Signal, Facebook Messenger, Google Duo and two other messaging apps had flaws that let audio and video calls connect without the call receiver's knowledge, a Google researcher revealed.
Facebook says four Chrome browser extensions stole, and may still be stealing, information from Facebook user profiles.
If you want out of Google's world, here are step-by-step instructions of how to delete your Gmail account.
Staying logged in isn't a great idea on a shared device or a laptop that could be stolen. Here's how to log out of Gmail.
You don't get long to recall an email message in Gmail, but you can make that window a little bit wider. Here's how.
Need to tidy up your inbox without losing messages and threads forever? Here's how to archive emails in Gmail.
Not everything about Gmail is so easy to use. Here's how to get through the tough parts and get more out of Gmail.
Avast researchers found 28 malicious Chrome and Edge browser extensions that could steal user data and install malware.
It'll be easier to keep passwords and payment details straight in Google Chrome thanks to updates coming to the desktop and mobile browser.
Music to our ears! Snag the $18 Google Nest Mini (2nd Gen) smart speaker with this red-hot Black Friday deal.
Two-thirds of Android malware infections come straight from Google Play Store, say security researchers, but it's still one of the safest places to download apps.
Riot Games blocks VPN access to League of Legends: Wild Rift from most of the world due to messed-up gameplay for players in countries allowed to have access.
Apple updated iPhones, iPads and iPods today to fix three zero-days flaws that were actively being exploited by unnamed hackers.
The Wroba banking Trojan is spreading to Android phones in the U.S. via text messages that also try to steal Apple passwords from iPhone users.
Google released a new version of Chrome to update a security flaw that was actively being attacked by unknown hackers, the second time it's done in two weeks.