Hidden in the latest version of Google app beta is a feature that lets you search within pictures and a new Saved Images shortcut.
When you use the auto corrector in the Google Photos editing window, it will now adjust the color warmth to achieve proper white balance.
A new update rolling out to the Android Allo app adds a new icon for bringing Assistant into a conversation, lets you search for GIFs, and upgrades some popular emojis.
Google doubles the limit of the size of emails it will accept from 25MB to 50MB, but keeps the sending cap fixed at 25MB.
With Google's Playables users can test limited versions of Play Store games over HTML5.
Google-owned YouTube has announced plans for a streaming TV bundle that includes all four major networks, ESPN, Disney, and others for $35 a month.
As a new core component of G Suite, Google integrates Keep into Docs, letting you edit and create notes without launching a separate window.
Samsung announces it will bring support for rich messaging to all Android 6.0 and later Galaxy phones, putting more pressure on carriers to support the RCS standard.
Google announces Sky VR for Daydream and The Sims for Tango as part of its continued push to get AR and VR off the ground.
Meizu's Super mCharge 4.0 will fully charge an empty 3,000mAh battery in just 20 minutes.
LG's latest flagship would appear to deliver on design, durability, and battery life—but without any exciting features, it might struggle against other Android heavyweights.
In an announcement at the Game Developer Conference, Google unveiled a series of initiatives designed to boost developers' success in the Play Store.
Due to ship this summer, Sony's Xperia Touch is a small household device that lets you interact with and manipulate screens and apps projected onto tabletops and walls.
Sony's Xperia XZ Premium shines, quite literally. The first thing you notice about the new phone is the mirror finish that gives the device a sparkly appearance. It seems destined to require lots of polishing.
Android finally has a true iPad Pro competitor, but is there a market for it?