Don't-Miss App Stories
Buyers of its Galaxy smartphones and tablet continue to prefer Google and third party apps
Watch live and on-demand content from Showtime Showcase, QVC, MSNBC and other new channels.
It’s pulling the plug for international markets in February and canceling the U.S. version in early 2015.
It's hard enough trying to keep your family's heritage alive in this homogenous world, but at least there's a keyboard app that won't diss you for speaking two languages.
Embracing the shift to apps can help your IT team stay up to date with any issue.
Keep your phone in your pocket by archiving a message or dictating a reply right from your wrist.
Branching menus of canned text messages let you communicate without letting the whole room know.
Just in time for holiday distraction from your annoying relatives, two name-brand game titles hit Google Play Store.
The autocorrect also gets smarter, helping you find that strangely spelled restaurant or town.
Your tablet is a portable portal for watching movies anywhere you want. Here's how to get the most out of every one of them.
You won't have to track down your computer next time you want to chime in on a live YouTube broadcast.
The app lets people request rides for trips longer than your typical Uber or Lyft.
Google's wrapup of Play Store favorite apps, games, movies, and books mirrors pop culture trends for this year.
Sneaking in its own Amazon Appstore runs afoul of the newest Android developer agreement.
A new beta feature keeps counting steps even if your Android Wear watch disconnects from your phone.