The Best “Console-Like” Games for iPhone, iPad, and Android

Games have been a staple of app stores since the inception of smartphones. But back then, the most popular games were short and quick, not the in-depth adventures you’d find on gaming consoles. But times have changed.

Google family groups make it easy to share photos, calendars, Keep, YouTube TV, and more

Google has added a number of family-oriented features in recent years, and now it’s bringing it all together under “family groups.” This feature plugs into… by Ryan Whitwam in Google, News

YouTube mobile streaming is open to all, no longer has a subscriber requirement

The ability to Go Live on YouTube (not to be confused with the entirely unrelated YouTube Go) previously required that you have 1,000 subscribers, and befo… by Ryne Hager in Applications, Google, News

What’s New in Android O, Arriving Summer 2017

Google I/O 2017 keynote is in the books, and as usual, Google showed us a preview of the latest version of Android. Codenamed O, the next iteration of Google’s mobile operating system is coming this summer, but you can get your hands on the beta right now. Here are the best features you’ll see when it drops.

YouTube has passed 1 billion hours of videos watched per day, watchtime on TV increasing rapidly

YouTube is no pushover. It’s a gargantuan platform for content creators and, odds are, there is something on there for everyone to enjoy. Personally, I wat… by Jordan Palmer in Google, News

Google Photos adds suggested sharing, shared libraries, photo books

Google Photos is a massive service, with millions of users worldwide uploading over a billion photos a day. Now, Google is improving some of the service’s biggest features, including sharing …

Google’s computer vision will soon be able to automatically remove obstructions in photos

Google I/O is underway one of the first topics covered was the great strides the company has made in image recognition software. Further improvements… by Scott Scrivens in Google, News