15 years feels like forever.
Google released Duo alongside Allo, and unlike that app, Duo is still going strong. After seeing hints of Duo web support for the last few weeks, the service is going live. Simply head over to the Duo site, and you can place calls from your browser. There’s no tedious
In a new study, researchers suggest that countries that are turning to renewable energy sources and moving away from fossil fuels are making progress in reducing CO2 emissions.
Google Drive, compared to the attention services like Dropbox and iCloud get, seems to just sit out in the wings hardly looked at. But, much to my surprise, it’s a fantastic service with flexible backup options.
Pretty cool, but crazy expensive.
We’re at the Samsung Galaxy S10 event and they kicked things off by showing off the Galaxy Fold, their first foldable device. We’ve got a bunch of pictures of the device, which is both phone and tablet, in this here first look. When folded, you have a 4.6″ display, but when unfolded, you’ll get…
Chromebooks are great for anyone who uses them: they turn on in an instant, have great battery life, and updating them is a breeze. But, the day will come when your Chromebook stops getting updates from Google. What do you do then?
Android is packed with features that are overlooked and under-appreciated. Here are five awesome ones you’ve probably never even heard of.
NASA’s longest-serving Mars rover, Opportunity, has been declared dead after one last attempt at communication.
Getting the latest Android update is still a struggle on pretty much any phone, unless it’s a Pixel or Essential device. This past week, a yearly “report card” has gone up to take…
According to a new report, Google’s Pixel brand has become the fastest-growing smartphone brand in the United States.
We’ve recently told you about Rivet, a free reading-practice app for kids developed by Area 120, Google’s experimental product division. Since the software is still in beta phase, it’s continuously improving with better features and interface tweaks. The app was initially designed for tablets because they offer a better
If your username and password were part of a hack, Chrome’s Password Checkup extension will let you know.