The smaller of the two Android Wear 2.0 models released by LG and Google is just too crippled to be taken seriously.
If you own a Fossil Q Wander, Q Marshal, or Q Founder, you can now upgrade to Android Wear 2.0 to get standalone apps, cleaner navigation, and enhanced fitness features.
Google has launched a new invitation-only service called Family Link that lets parents remotely monitor their kids' phone usage, set time limits, and cut off access to sensitive content.
A new Listen tab in the Google Home app is dedicated to helping you find the right music to fit your mood.
The first Android app from Google's startup incubator Area 120 is called Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger, and it doesn't have a keyboard.
If Apple is ever planning to bring any more apps to the Play Store, I hope it's one of these.
Samsung's newest premium tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3, brings an all-glass back, HDR support, an S Pen, and a $599 price tag.
While it has been available for years in the web client, Google has finally added an option to send money while composing a message inside the official Android Gmail app.
In an email, Samsung confirms that it will be switching to a monthly update cycle for unlocked Galaxy phones.
Tag Heuer's Connected Module 45 smartwatch features interchangeable straps, faces, lugs, and buckles, letting you build your dream Android Wear 2.0 watch.
Uptime, the first product from Google’s incubator Area 120, is a fun, wacky way to watch, comment on, and share YouTube videos with your friends.
A new Google site presents a series of 20 questions that will pinpoint which wallpaper, icon set, widgets, launcher, and keyboard are the right fit for your Android phone.
Google and Levi's are partnering on the first Project Jaquard product, a jacket that brings music controls, maps updates, and phone calls to your sleeve.
Hidden in the code for the latest version of the YouTube Kids app is a reference to Family Link, which would let parents block videos and change settings remotely.
An update to the Google Allo app lets you view and respond to your messages through Android Auto's hands-free interface.