Google finally flips the live-streaming switch on YouTube, opening the feature to all creators with more than 10,000 subscribers.
If the rumors are correct, the new watches co-designed by Google and LG are due to land this week. Here's what we've heard about them.
A new Google Maps update brings a menu bar that makes it easier to get real-time driving directions, transit times, and information about nearby restaurants.
The new update to Google Photos includes interface tweaks and some hidden references to cool new features on the way.
Google has begin notifying developers that it plans to remove the Google Now Launcher from the Play Store soon as it transitions to a new method for phone makers.
Progressive Web Apps in Chrome give users the advantages of a native app but without needing to visit the Play Store to download anything.
Twitter users spots an experimental WhatsApp feature that lets you edit or kill messages after they've been sent.
While only limited to select stores in the Bay Area, Hands Free let you buy stuff just by saying, "I'll pay with Google."
Nintendo's latest mobile game is a freemium version of the popular console game, Fire Emblem.
If you want to check out the newest Nougat features before they're officially released to the public, here's how to do it.
Huawei’s first U.S. flagship takes aim at Samsung with a ton of screen packed into its svelte, slim body.
South Korea-based Naver dishes on Samsung's newest tablet, the long-awaited update to 2015's S2.
Google ends support for 2014 Nexus devices with latest Nougat beta.
Gaming company Razer scoops up cloud-based Android phone maker in a deal that allows Nextbit to operate as a standalone company.
One of two watches reportedly due to launch alongside Android Wear 2.0, the leaked image gives us the first clear look at the body, size, and digital crown of the new Google-LG watch.