A Google Home unit has successfully broken up a domestic dispute between a couple in New Mexico by alerting local sheriffs.
A new report has revealed that Google’s Chrome OS could soon inherit a new, Android-style interface that prioritizes touch.
Google has been fined a whopping €2.4 billion EUR for misleading search results – and favouring its own shopping comparison service – in the European Union.
A new patent has detailed that a future Pixel device might benefit from a rear-facing touchpad that would have contextual features based on running apps.
Google has hired one of Apple’s processor designers – hinting that the company might be ready to produce its own chips for use in a Pixel smartphone.
Gboard for Android has been updated, offering a slew of new features – among them, the ability to recognize hand-drawn emoji.
Microsoft has officially launched its Bing Rewards program in the United Kingdom in a bid to bolster the popularity of the search engine.
Apple has filed a new FCC Application to test next-generation 5G wireless networks, revealing that the firm could be preparing a future iPhone for use with the technology.
Direct from Google’s 2017 I/O, here’s everything you need to know from the company’s annual conference, including news on Assistant, Google Home and more!
Google’s annual I/O conference is set to launch on May 17th, but what can we expect to see? Tune in right here!