A change to the Maps direction screen adds Street View images alongside route directions to show a real-world look at where you need to turn.
The latest update to Google's Allo messaging app lets you create stickers in your likeness and send them to your friends. Here's how to do it.
Google has announced that it has acquired VR pioneer Owlchemy Labs, maker of popular game titles 'Job Simulator' and 'Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality.'
Electronic Arts is launching a mobile version of its popular Sims game on iOS and Android, and it looks to bring many of the features from its PC counterpart.
Now that we've gotten a good look at the Galaxy S8 and LG G6, we still think the Pixel 2 can be the phone to beat in 2017. Here's what it needs.
A new feature rolling out to the Google app and mobile browsers will create a new interface that helps you find local events.
The newest version of the Netflix app ushers in support for HDR and Dolby Vision content on the LG G6. Here's how to get it up and running on your phone.
Google is looking to expand the reach of Street View with a new certification program that makes it easier to shoot and upload videos of your personal experiences.
In the latest update to the Android Chrome browser, you can access your saved pages quicker and queue up links for downloading once a connection returns.
You can now buy a fully unlocked Galaxy S8 and S8+ for $725 and $825, respectively, through Best Buy and Samsung.com.
A new feature for Google Home lets you listen to ambient sounds while you fall asleep. Here's how to get it to work.
One of the best Android Wear watches, the Huawei Watch, finaly gets its 2.0 updates, but the rollout is still far from over.
A leaked photo of what is purported to be an Echo with a built-in screen shows a device with a big screen, big bezels, and a giant speaker.
A new report from Android Police says that Motorola is working on a new premium tablet with a Productivity mode feature that tailors the Android interface for the big screen.
A new security report says that more than 3.5 million instances of malware will land on Android this year, with most phones unequipped to stop them.