Watch giant Fossil announces Android Wear 2.0 support for two new Michael Kors Access watches and the Misfit Vapor, due later this year.
Nintendo finally releases Super Mario Run in the Play Store, but Android users don't have to wait to get an upgrade to the latest version.
A new feature rolling out soon to all Maps users will let you easily and temporarily broadcast your location and share your journey with anyone you'd like.
An over-the-air update to the Mate 9 will deliver Amazon's Alexa to the phone, but you'll need to launch an app every time you want to ask something.
The new Nougat 7.1.2 beta brings the Pixel Launcher and buttons to the Pixel C tablet, and introduces a new grid-based multitasking interface.
The latest update to the Google app adds an array of categories for quickly getting information about sports, weather, entertainment, and lots more.
Google drops the first developer preview of Android O two months before I/O and it's packed with awesome features.
Apple reboots the original iPad with an A9 chip and a lower price as it looks to reinvigorate its foundering family of tablets.
Samsung introduces its own virtual assistant named Bixby, which is set to debut on the Galaxy S8 next week, though it isn't a Google Assistant clone.
At Baselworld 2017, Guess launches new fashion-minded models aimed at the consumer and luxury markets in a variety of finishes and straps.
The first rumors about Android O point to new notifications, app badges, picture-in-picture, and smart text selection.
The first update to the Google Voice Android app since January's redesign brings the ability to delete conversations, toggle Do Not Disturb, and search for GIFs with Gboard.
LG's G6 will either cost $650, $672, $708, or $720, depending on which carrier you choose, and you may get it on March 30 or April 7. But there is a free Google Home in it for early buyers.
Family Link is easy to set up and offers a powerful set of tools and safeguards for easing your kids into a dangerous online world.
The smaller of the two Android Wear 2.0 models released by LG and Google is just too crippled to be taken seriously.