Google has announced a new feature for Assistant called ‘Actions on Google’. This feature acts similarly to Amazon’s Alexa Skills, but is now being made available for iOS and Android.
So far, only Google’s own Pixel devices support the Daydream program. We’ve been wondering when other OEMs will support it. That should be coming this summer.
Google has finally announced their standalone VR platform for folks who want VR without having to use their p
Is there anything worse than something obstructing the perfect photo? Sometimes there’s no getting around it. Google can fix that.
If you’re an Android newbie, we’re sure you’ve already figured out how to move around and set up icons on your homescreen to your liking. That’s the easy part. In this Android 101, we wanted to educate you on one of Android’s most underused features: shortcuts.
Google Photos is receiving some tender love and care as announced at Google I/O 2017, with three amazing new features headed our way.
Google has announced that Smart Reply is coming to Gmail for Android after it was initially introduced with Inbox, and migrated to Google Allo.
Google Home was one of the big announcements from I/O 2016. This year, Google is adding some polish to home with a ton of new features.
Google Assistant is getting smarter, more useful, and convenient thanks to a handful of new features. Check them out.
Much to the chagrin of Android users in countries where Google Assistant still isn’t available, Google has just announced that the Google Assistant is headed to the iPhone.
The Beta Program is much easier for the average user to install. It’s rolling out right now to Pixel and Nexus owners.
If there’s anything history has taught us, it’s that it’s really hard for manufacturers to build a great smartphone for under $200. Somehow Huawei managed to do this with the honor 5X which on paper, appears to be the best budget Android device on the planet. But is it? Find out in our review.
The first new product is a feature called Google Lens, which will work with Google Assistant. Lens is sort of like Google Goggles, but much more powerful and useful.
Sundar Pichai opened up the Google I/O 2017 keynote with a very interesting stat: Android now has over 2 billion users. This is the big milestone leap that Google promised when the company professed their interest in having Android reach the next billion users. It’s clear by now that Android isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, …
Amazon today announced a refresh for their Fire Tablets. We’re getting new models of the 7-inch Fire model, the Fire HD 8, as well as the Fire Kids and Fire Kids HD 8.
For many people in the Android world, Google I/O is like Christmas. There will be a bunch of new stuff for developers and consumers alike. As the first Android blog in the world, of course, we are in attendance at the big event!
Amazon Alexa is great at providing information when you ask for it, but not when you don’t initiate the conversation. Amazon has announced that it’s working on bringing notification support to Alexa.
Lesser known TV maker Element along with Westinghouse have become the first to make TV sets with Amazon’s Fire TV OS built in.
The Moto Z2 family has started to show up in leaks. We’ve already seen the Moto Z2 Play and Moto Z2 Force, but the flagship Moto Z2 hasn’t been spotted. That is until now.
It’s May 17th, and that means Google’s annual developers’ conference — affectionately known as Google I/O — is upon us. Join us to watch the opening keynote live!
The LG V20 is the successor to the V10. Once again, the unique Second Screen has been invited to the party, along with Android Nougat and pretty much everything else you can imagine.
Over half of all the smartphones used in the U.S. are Android phones. What’s the most popular Android phone in every U.S. state?
Samsung is apparently changing the Galaxy Note “7R” to “Galaxy Note 7 FE,” where “FE” stands for “Fan Edition.”
Earlier this week, it was reported that Google could be planning a standalone VR headset. One that doesn’t require a phone. A trademark filing may have given us the name.