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These are the twelve Android apps that Google saw fit to honor in 2017.
The future of Android will be a lot smarter, thanks to new programming tools that Google unveiled on Wednesday.
Facebook must pay a €110 million (US$123 million) for misleading the European Commission during an investigation of its takeover of WhatsApp.
Here's everything revealed at Google's I/O 2017 keynote, from new Android O features to Google Home updates and standalone Daydream VR headsets.
Google is making it easier for people to dash off a quick email reply from Gmail on their smartphones using contextually-aware, computer-generated responses via the app for iOS and Android.
It was already well below $20. Now the Anker PowerTouch 5 is under $10 at Amazon.
Cars driving for ride-hailing service Lyft may soon sport lidar sensors alongside the pink logo and Amp dash display.
The deal is just for Wi-Fi-only iPads, but it's a nice last-minute option if you're still on the hunt for a Mother's Day gift.
Mobile developers building apps for iOS and Android have some new tools from Microsoft designed to make their lives easier. On Thursday, the company unveiled a series of apps and services, including one that’s designed to let Windows-based developers test iOS apps from their PCs.
The Sony Xperia X is a mid-range phone that's finally available at a suitable price.
A conservative group took credit for a barrage of anti-net neutrality comments posted on the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's website this week, but it denied generating fake activism.
The graphics processor in Apple's upcoming iPhone could have been based on Imagination's new PowerVR Series8XT GT8525. Instead, the two vendors are locked in an open battle, and Imagination is threatening legal action against Apple, which is developing a homegrown GPU.
An apparent bot-generated campaign has posted more than 83,400 comments on the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's website supporting the agency chairman's plan to gut net neutrality rules.
T-Mobile's free data for life program gives tablet users 200MB of free data every month, but it's coming to an end after 3.5 years.
Low-cost smartphones like the Moto G5 introduced a few months ago are now shipping with Qualcomm chips that will soon be outdated.