What we learned from Google’s Keynote Address at I/O

Google's I/O keynote talk is over and now begins the task of processing everything we've been told. The Googlers that took the stage covered a vast array of topics, ranging from...

Chrome OS will play nice with the Play Store and Android Apps

Google has big plans for Chrome OS at Google I/O. The Play Store and Android apps will be compatible with Chrome OS. The Chromebook OS is about to get a major...

Things you may have missed from the Google I/O keynote

Google dished out a ton of information at this afternoon's I/O keynote. Product reveals, updates and new features, and many more. Here are a few details you may have missed in...

Android will soon let users share app purchases with family members

Family Library has been rumored for a while, but it is finally official. It allows for you to share your Google Play purchases with up to six family members starting on July...

What we learned from the Android N keynote

That time of the year has come; Google I/O is in full swing. Android enthusiasts got a pretty big spoiler some months ago when Google decided to drop the new Android N...

What we learned about the Internet of Things and Connected Home from Google I/O

This afternoon at the Google I/O keynote, Google showed its plans for the connected home and the Internet of Things. Improvements to its search functions, and also Google Home, the big G's...

HTC 10 now available from T-Mobile, along with Galaxy J7 and LG K10

T-Mobile announced today that HTC's premium '10' flagship device is now available for purchase from the carrier. It will set you back $28.34 over 24 months with a $0 down payment. Granted...

Android Wear 2.0 – Keyboard, handwriting recognition, and quick replies! Oh my!

Today is a big day for Android Wear. Google will be launching Android Wear 2.0 with a slew of new features, the most exciting of which being the ability to free...

Google has a new approach to deep-linking called Instant Apps

Google never want to you leave the web, or better yet, the Google home page. That's where its advertising model is, and it needs users to see those ads.  This is...

Nvidia’s SHIELD celebrates its first birthday, gets updated to SHIELD Software 3.2

Today was the first day of Google I/O, best known as the grand reveal of everything new in the worlds of Google, Chrome OS and Android. Amidst a flurry of advice...

Knock knock! Who’s there? Google Duo!

Coming later this summer, Google just announced a new video calling app at I/O 2016 called Duo. The concept is simple. When you open the app, the first thing you see is...

Daydream Believer: Google reveals its next step in Virtual Reality

Rumors leading into Google I/O 2016 suggested Google would introduce a new, more robust virtual reality (VR) headset. What we got instead was a promise for a better future; Google introduced...

Say hello to Allo, Google’s cross-platform answer to Facebook Messenger

Get ready for another messaging client from Google. Yeah, we know. But, before you head to the barn for a pitchfork, you might wanna sit down and hear us out first. Google's...

Google asks fans to name next version of Android

Think you've got a clever name for the "N" release of Android? Google wants to know what it is. That's right, Google is asking its fans to come up with the...

[Rumor] Google’s competitor to Amazon Echo might be called Home

Tomorrow, Google will announce its competition to Amazon's Echo device, and it's possible it will be called Google Home. Similar to Alexa, Google Home will act as your home's operating system by...