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Google started rolling out Confidential mode for Gmail on Android this week. Check your device now to see if it's available for you.
The Android Pie update has been released, but when will your device get the update? Check out this article for all the latest update news.
Does the Nest x Yale offer the same convenience as its thermostat counterpart, while also staying secure? Is it worth the price? Read on to find out.
Now that Android Pie is out, Google has unveiled the Go edition of the new operating system, which is designed to run on low-end handsets.
It’s August which means that we were greeted with a new version of Android. This has been Google’s MO for the last few years,...
Google says it knows of the issue affecting the Pixel and is currently verifying a fix that will be rolled in the following weeks.
If YouTube Signature Device is a new term for you then you're not alone. Check out what it's all about and what devices are supported.
Like most people, you're probably think turning your Location History off keeps Google from tracking you. But in reality that's not actually the case.
With all the back to school deals going on Project Fi isn't about to be left out. Check out these great deals on the Pixel 2 XL, LG G6 ThinQ, V35 ThinQ, and Moto G6.
If you're looking to pick up a speaker, headphones, or display with Google Assistant then here's a list with all your current options.
A new school year is approaching and Google wants to be the provider of your educational gear. So the search giant has launched a few Back to School deals.
While new phones are exciting, should you be looking to the past for your next purchase? Check out our list of 2017 phones we still recommend in 2018.
You’ve might have noticed there’s a trend of Lite apps for Android devices. In recent times, a handful of major apps have released stripped-down,...
The Pixel 3 XL gets shown off in new leaked photos, including never before seen USB-C headphones included in the box.
Android Pie is officially here and this is how to get it officially on your Pixel. Follow these simple steps if you want to get Android P on your device.