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It’s settled: The LG G6 will have a “full-metal” body

by Bogdan Petrovan 4 hours ago15 comments

Google seeking input on what to do with Pixel 2

by Kris Carlon 3 days ago134 comments

New LG G6 photos surface

by Kris Carlon 2 days ago88 comments

How to set up payments and shop with Google Home

by Jimmy Westenberg 4 days ago2 comments
10 articles

Google’s progress by the numbers: app installs, phones made and more

What would any conference be without those sweet, sweet numbers and statistics companies love boasting about? Let's go through Google's latest stats.
by Edgar CervantesMay 18, 20163

Google is driving another nail into the coffin of Flash

In a move that should surprise nobody, Google Chrome will disable Flash by default on most websites, starting later this year.
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 16, 201623

T-Mobile’s ‘Star Wars Day’ prank turns AT&T into the DeATTh Star online

T-Mobile has decided to celebrate Star Wars Day by releasing a free Chrome extension that turns any online mention of 'AT&T' into 'The DeATTh Star' instead.
by Kris CarlonMay 4, 20163

“Merge Tabs” feature now gone from Chrome Beta

Am I the only one that was annoyed by Chrome tabs getting their own window in the Recent Apps menu, starting with Lollipop? Clearly not.
by Edgar CervantesApril 27, 201647
 
 

What kind of mobile fanboy are you?

What is a fanboy? Are you one? Let's look through some of the most popular types of fanboy and see if you fit in.
by Edgar CervantesApril 24, 2016156

Virtual Art Sessions VR Chrome Experiment – experience artists creating virtual art

How do you showcase VR experience? We have always told you it's not something we can really show you, but Google has found the best way to do it.
by Edgar CervantesApril 19, 2016

Chrome 50 promises more reliable push notifications and faster page loading

Chrome 50 has been released to the stable channel and promises to deliver more reliable push notifications and faster page loading times.
by Kris CarlonApril 14, 201614

Google (re)attempts to defeat deceptive download buttons and ads

Google is expanding the scope of its Safe Browsing "social engineering" defences even further, by tackling deceptive download ads. And this time, it actually seems to be working.
by Kris CarlonApril 13, 201622

Netflix Party syncs up streaming for long distance movie dates

Netflix Party is a Chrome extension that lets you chat and watch movies in sync with your far-away friends.
by John DyeMarch 28, 20162

The Chrome app launcher is getting the boot on Windows, Mac, and Linux

Let’s be honest. The Chrome app launcher was always a little bit awkward. I mean, you had to use two clicks to do anything - even just launch vanilla Chrome.
by John DyeMarch 23, 201616
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