Years ago, switching from Android to iPhone, or especially vice versa, wasn't the easiest thing in the world. Some folks might have even reconsidered making the switch because of the steps necessary to make sure nothing was lost. But, the good news is that in the year 2022 it's pretty easy to make that switch from Android to iPhone. And Apple's even showing how easy it is in a new video.
iOS 16 finally allows you to use the Apple Pay payment feature on websites in other browsers like Chrome, Edge and Firefox, not just Safari.
Google Maps has launched new features, including location-sharing alerts for arrival and departure times and photorealistic 3D aerial views of famous landmarks.
In this video, we cover five compelling reasons why any Apple user should stick with their iPhone instead of switching to an Android-powered smartphone.
Contemplating a Chromebook but can't justify buying it? If you have an old rusty Mac notebook lying around somewhere, all you need is Google's ChromeOS Flex.
This handy tutorial shows you how to copy iCloud contacts on your iPhone or Mac to Google Contacts.
The new Google TV app enables Apple fans to, among other things, use their iPhone or iPad as a remote control for their Google TV or other Android TV OS device.
Gmail is the world's most popular email service and an extremely important one. If someone has access to your Gmail, they can reset passwords for all your social accounts, apps, shopping sites, and much more. Therefore, it's vital to keep your Gmail account secured and logged out from devices you no longer use or have access to.
This tutorial shows you how to properly sign out of your Google or Gmail account on iPhone and iPad -- even remotely!
Google Maps is bringing a historical Street View feature to its mobile app, meaning you can now see older street-level photography captures from as far back as 2007.
Google owns Waze, but apparently that doesn't mean an Apple-branded streaming service can't be made available directly through it. Which is what we have here, today, with the announcement that Waze now features Apple Music baked right in.
Today, on May 11, Google hosted its annual I/O event. As is par for the course, the company talked about a variety of different efforts and products, new initiatives and much more. But, as things started to close out, Google managed to unveil some new devices, too.