Don't-Miss Android Stories
Here’s a roundup of products, services and more that Microsoft rid itself of in 2016.
The first true Google phone has a lot of powerful features, but for some of them you'll need to know where to look.
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.
Researchers have devised a new way to fully compromise Android devices without exploiting any software vulnerability and instead taking advantage of a physical design weakness in RAM chips.
The company is offering Note7 buyers in Korea discounts on the S7 line and a cheaper upgrade to an S8 or Note8.
When it comes to ease of repair, Google's first in-house smartphone is much easier to deal with than its predecessor.
From creepy games to costume aides, it's time again to summon the spirits to your phone for a fun and festive Halloween.
The app's start page also got touched up, now offering you a series of articles to check out.
Grab the Play Store's latest worthwhile releases.
Keep continues to grow into a more comprehensive service for keeping track of all those random thoughts and ideas.
You won't get the Google Assistant, but you'll be able to try out app shortcuts and that round icon design.
Save money by repairing your own device. This 17-piece tool set is heavy duty, lightly magnetic, and highly rated from over 450 people on Amazon. Currently listed at 42% off its typical list price.
Airbnb, Kitchen Stories, and productivity app Asana are among the group lauded for the best use of Google's design guidelines.
The app works on any Android device running 4.1 or higher, giving you a chance to explore some Googly wallpaper options.