Google has just issued a sincere apology for its most recent Maps mishap, and explains that it’s taking great steps to ensure slip ups like this won’t happen again.
According to a new report, Google is getting ready to release a new software platform (code-named Brillo) that will take aim at the Internet of Things.
When it can’t legally force its way onto private systems, the NSA does its best to sneak in – case in point, a pilot program called Irritant Horn, that saw the NSA and its allies attempt to hijack the connection between a target smartphone and the Play Store (then called Android Market).
Google and Skrillex have partnered up to bring Android fans three new “Live Cases” from the popular dubstep artist.
Google has just taken to its product forums to announce that Android Wear 5.1.1 is just now beginning to roll out to all Android Wear devices.
According to a new report from Bloomberg, Google may take the wraps off of its new photo sharing and storage service as soon as Google I/O.
Starting today, Google will begin showing you relevant tweets in Google Search results on your mobile phone or tablet about the topic in which you’re interested.
Google Play Books 3.4.5 brings a change that typography aficionados will appreciate: a new default typeface called Literata.
Google has just introduced two new sub-$250 Chromebooks, which are now available for purchase online in India.
Android fans, this week was relatively quiet, but we’ve still got a few glimpses of exciting new devices coming soon.