An update to the Android app means you won't have to manually transfer your money when a friend pays up for that lunch tab.
Now you can play Solitaire, tic-tac-toe, and flip a coin directly inside Google search
Apple's opening of the iOS keyboard floodgates has created enough space for a small skirmish between Google's Gboard and Microsoft's Word Flow.
Large numbers of Mac users report receiving unexpected installation dialogs for Google Earth.
The dev channel's new tab page includes recommended articles and recent bookmarks laid out in the familiar stream of cards.
The no-frills FaceTime competitor is simple to use and gives you a peek at the video right from your lock screen.
Nobody quite knows what it's for (yet), but according to Android Police, it can run on just about any kind of device.
The +1 button is disappearing and a Google+ profile might not be needed anymore for posting a review.
Some Android users have a better mechanism to tell Google their favorite bands, sports teams, movies, people, and more.
The predictive service is always a work in progress, and the latest tweaks might make it a more useful aide for your day.
Google says the latest version can save you as much as 50 percent data usage by flipping on data saver mode.
The latest version of Google Play won't effect your day-to-day use right now, but it teases us as to what soon will be.
This major redesign to Android's launcher kills off the app drawer button and pushes you to interact more regularly with Google Now.
The new features appear to be from a server-side switch that could help you cut back on data and frustration from the daily commute.
More hands-free commands may be coming to Google maps and Android Auto, which should help keep your eyes where they belong.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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