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Google has shown off new features that can reduce data consumption and improve Web performance on Android-powered mobile devices, drawing partly from capabilities already supported in the Chrome desktop OS.
Google's Android OS has more than 900 million users, the company said Wednesday at its I/O event began in San Francisco.
Google announced new anticipatory search elements as well as handsfree voice search.
Should you call it the Google Galaxy S4 Nexus? We'll just call it awesome -- and expensive.
Google took the stage at I/O to introduce a new look for Google Play.
Google will kick off its I/O conference on Wednesday, May 15 with a keynote that starts at 9 a.m. PT. Join us for our live coverage.
During the BlackBerry Live conference, the company announced plans to make BBM available as a free app on Android and iOS this summer.
The Android threat landscape is growing in both size and complexity with cybercriminals adopting new distribution methods and building Android-focused malware services, according to a report from Finnish security vendor F-Secure.
Can anything possibly top last year's Google I/O skydiving spectacle? We present four must-see scenarios for this year's keynote theatrics.
Android's new boss hinted of an eventual merger of Chrome and Android but said the two will remain separate "for the short term."
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A new Nexus tablet? Apps for Glass? A Pixel giveaway? Hey, we can dream. Here's what to expect at Wednesday's Google I/O keynote.
Rumors point to Google announcing several new tablets and a new Android gaming service at this year's Google I/O.
You're running out of time to pick up a gift for mom. But if she's already got a mobile device, giving electronic gift cards and apps is a breeze.