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What a difference a year makes, particularly when it comes to Android and Google's ever-changing Maps app. New features include searching and navigating in 'offline' mode, as well as viewing (or hiding) your contacts on the map.
It's time to discover the convenience of paying for stuff with your smartphone.
The company is giving a very tepid denial to a report that it's going to stick with Tizen as the go-to wearable platform.
Google's five-year-lifespan policy doesn't necessarily include support for new features.
The Intel Compute Stick is a tiny device the size of a pack of gum that can transform any HDMI TV or display into a complete computer. It's regular list price of $490 on Amazon has been dramatically reduced to just $115.90.
Other parts of the new initiative are trying to build deeper links between online advertising and in-store purchases.
The screen resolution disappoints, especially with other high-res options and forthcoming phones this fall with specs to match Google's Daydream VR platform.
This ensures that your recent work is available for you even if you wander into one of those pesky Internet dead zones.
The company built a LoopVR headset to promote the launch, though any VR gear will work for the virtual buying experience.
Project Abacus uses machine intelligence to verify your identity based on your unique usage patterns.
Sunburns, loud music, and giant art installations: This year's Google I/O felt like a mixture of a developer's conference and a music festival.
Wonder what it's like when Google hosts its annual developer's conference outside? Let us show you.