Android's underused assistant gets an upgrade Google's Now on Tap feature may have been eclipsed by its more recent artificial intelligence efforts, but the company continues to test new add-ons and tweaks
Google Photos is a legitimately incredible thing, harnessing the power of advanced machine learning and neural networks to automatically sort your pictures into albums and turn your library into an endlessly
BitTorrent is coming to your TV, smartphone, and tablet — though not in the way you might expect. It's launching an app today called BitTorrent Now that basically sounds like a bizarro mashup of Netflix
And they're searchable Google Keep, the company's note-taking and to-do list mobile app, is getting much smarter today with a new organizational feature. Now, Google Keep will categorize your notes by
Last week the mobile world was given a look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Olympic Edition courtesy of a leak, and today some new news has arrived in the form of a more-than-likely launch date.
Google products and services should work seamlessly with each other, which is why many of us have wondered why using Google Cast on Chrome has depended on an extension for so long. This causes unnecessary,
I had a slightly awkward chat with Azad Chaiwala, who owns the UK's first polygamy matchmaking website and wants to break the taboo about having multiple wives. This article originally appeared on VICE
If you are a serious Android smartphone user, you’ve probably read and heard plenty of complaints about third party Android skins, and how good old stock Android is the way to go. I’ll admit, stock Android