Google is launching the developer's preview of a new Google Assistant ASK, which will bring the AI chatbot to a slew of new products.
An update to the Trips app brings automatic bus and train reservation detection, manual entering, and itinerary sharing to Google's other travel app.
I'm tired of waiting for Google to figure out what it wants to do with its suite of messaging apps, so I dumped them all for Pulse. And I've never been happier.
The $200 Echo Look contains a hands-free, LED-lit camera that will take photos on command and analyze the stylishness of your outfit.
An update rolling out to Google Home this week will let you get step-by-step instructions for more than 5 million recipes from Bon Appétit, the New York Times, Food Network, and others.
A new option in the Google Maps beta lets you manually save a parking location, take notes, and snap a photo.
The latest update to Android Messages brings a useful interface tweak that eliminates the extra tap to start a solo conversation and adds a new group messaging button.
A new feature in the Google Chrome Canary build called Copyless Paste will provide contextual suggestions based on the things you've recently searched.
In an interview, Xiaomi's global vice president says that the company is hoping to release a U.S. phone 'in two years, if not sooner.'
An update to the Google Fit app on Android Wear 2.0 brings strength training, which will automatically detect your workout and count your reps.
Google has unveiled this year's nominees for its annual Play Awards, spotlighting 60 apps and games in a wide array of categories.
In response to customer complaints about overly red Galaxy S8 displays, Samsung will be pushing out a software update soon that provides "a further enhanced ability to adjust the color setting."
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In an update rolling out to all U.S. users, Google Home will now support up to six users and be able to differentiate between who is speaking for personalized briefings and playlists.
Microsoft has taken the wraps off its Wunderlist successor, an overly simple task managing app called To-Do.