Google is looking to build on the success of its breakthrough Pixel phone with a killer follow-up.
Google appears to be turning on support for multiple accounts in Home, letting family members access their own calendars and music libraries on the speaker.
Despite an earlier report that said the watch was being tested by Google for Android Pay support, Huawei has confirmed to us that its first-generation wearable 'does not have NFC.'
Samsung will reportedly begin selling a 128GB Galaxy S8+ variant with 6GB of RAM, but it will only be available in China and Korea.
The latest update to the Gboard app for Android brings a flurry of new changes, including a toolbar option for selecting and editing text, and better control over the size of your keyboard.
Cable giant Comcast is rolling out a new wireless service that looks to tap into its wide array of Wi-Fi hotspots and use Verizon's network to fill in the gaps.
LG reinvents its flagship handset with the G6, but its great screen and industrial design are almost certain to be overshadowed by the Galaxy S8.
The newest update to the Google Photos app includes a small feature that will make identifying the people in your photos a whole lot easier.
Phone Arena benchmarked the battery in the Galaxy S8+ and found that it got 8 hours, better than any other Android phone and even besting the iPhone 7. But Samsung's default settings limit the display's full potential.
A researcher has uncovered some 40 serious vulnerabilities in Samsung's code that could be remotely exploited by hackers.
In its exhaustive testing, DisplayMate give Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8+ the highest grade ever for a smartphone display, an A+.
Apple throws a bone to its most demanding customers with a Mac Pro speed bump, promising a major overhaul next year.
The new 7.1.2 Nougat update, part of the April security release, brings interface changes and a new multitasking window for the Pixel C, as well as minor changes for Pixel and Nexus phones.
The latest report of internet usage by StatCounter shows Android edging Windows as the most popular OS on any platform.
As part of its annual April Fool's Day tricks and treats, Google has launched a playable Ms. Pac-Mac game right inside the Maps app.