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The new features will make your phone a more helpful assistant during your next trip since you won't have to mess with the screen.
Samsung says the replacement phones, part of 1 million shipped now in use, are safe and not prone to catching fire.
Any $150 smartphone is sure to have flaws, and the G4 Play is no exception, but it’s well worth the asking price.
Opting for a custom launcher is one of the fastest and easiest ways to customize your Android experience.
If you're on the fence about which restaurant to check out next, perhaps a shot of the bacon-wrapped filet mignon will lure you in.
Expect to pay more than you usually would for a Nexus, with the cheaper option of the pair to cost $649.
Want to keep away the prying eyes? Then it's time to grab some apps that will make pictures, videos, and more disappear from plain sight.
A federal court in California has denied Oracle another trial in its long-standing copyright infringement dispute with Google over the use of Java code in Android.
Like PCs, developer boards like Raspberry Pi are getting more horsepower to run faster applications and 4K graphics.
Google says it can save you up to 67 percent on your data with its compression technology and now offers the ability to cache pages and videos for offline viewing.
Chrome OS and Android are combining right under our noses.
Allo is designed to show off Google Assistant. Here's some of the coolest stuff you can do with it.
Pixel phones, Google Home, a 4K Chromecast, and maybe even a new tablet may come to dine at the hardware feast.
The latest Google-friendly set-top box supports 4K video, HDR content, and includes a Bluetooth voice remote.
Are Chrome OS and Android on a collision course?
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