This is the processor that will power most of the high-end Android phones this year, and it sounds pretty good.
Google continues to make progress on its major Wear overhaul, but a final release is still not on the horizon.
Picking an Android phone can be difficult, but we're here to help. These are the top Android phones you should consider bringing home.
With a comfortable, affordable headset and a motion-sensitive controller, Daydream View gets the hardware right. Now it just needs apps.
With the latest update, you can use the driver-optimized interface right on your phone or tablet, with no special car hardware necessary.
Google sacrifices very little in the smaller, less expensive version of its hot new phone.
Google is setting the bar high for its Android partners. Here are a few things Samsung, LG, and others can learn from it.
Google has taken the time to really craft better emojis, including a much larger variety of professions, genders, and skin tones to support Unicode 9.
We took four phones with the best cameras available into the studio to figure out which one delivers the best image quality.
Google's first in-house phone is a delightful holistic experience that might make you think twice about Apple or Samsung.
7.1 brings support for Daydream VR, the app shortcuts API, and several other features, but the Assistant is still just for Pixel and Allo.
Google's second stab at phone-based VR takes it to the front of the pack.
The first really huge update to Google's watch platform is taking a little longer than expected.
It looks like "Nexus" is out, and "Pixel" is in. This is what we hope to see as Google updates its flagship phones.
Leaning heavily on Google's new Assistant, Google hopes Allo will finally give it a messaging app that really sticks.
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