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.
A new survey conducted by Blancco Technology Group has revealed that – for the first time- Android devices possess a lower failure rate than iPhones.
Google’s AlphaGO AI has successfully beaten Ke Jie, the world’s number one Go player, in the first game of a three-part series.
Where Android One never truly took off, Google has revealed Android Go – a potential game-changer for smartphones in emerging markets.
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!
Bloomberg has reported that Google is gearing up to announce the arrival of Google Assistant as a standalone app on iOS on day one of its 2017 I/O.
A new statement from Google has revealed that Google Assistant will not be released on tablets at any point in the near future.
Google has announced that Google Assistant will soon be heading to Android phones running either Android 6.0 Marshmallow or Android 7.0 Nougat.
An accidental release of an alpha version of the Google app to several non-Pixel phones has inadvertently brought with it Google Assistant.