With the Pixel line, Google originally set out to craft its own Android smartphone experience around both hardware and software. We used to call it a Google Phone but it would actually take a few more years for the mythical Google Phone, as we envisioned it, to become a reality.
Today is not the day that Google is launching a brand new smartphone. It is the day the company is revealing it, though. Weeks, and perhaps even a couple of months, before Google makes its newest smartphone pair available to buy, we're getting a first look at what we can expect from the newest Android-based flagship.
Earlier this year, Apple Music added two features that have quickly picked up plenty of attention. Lossless quality and Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos. For Apple Music subscribers on Android, however, the wait has been a little longer. It has finally ended, though.
Google's Chrome now supports Incognito protection with Face ID, Touch ID or your passcode in the most recent update bumping the iPhone and iPad browser to version 92.
The new Google Drive desktop client for Mac and Windows is now available to download, with more features from the Backup and Sync client and the Drive File Stream apps coming soon.
There are a lot of apps out there. Whether you're browsing through Apple's App Store or Google Play, you can find an app for just about anything. In comparison, preinstalled apps aren't as numerous. But apparently they take up the lion's share of attention anyway.
We knew it was coming before it happened, thanks to plenty of rumors. But when Apple actually did it, people had some opinions. Now it has been several years since Apple launched the iPhone X and removed the 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone lineup. But is it time to bring it back?
Follow a few simple steps laid out in our tutorial if you'd like to discover and play a secret Google Easter egg pinball game in the company's official app for iPhone and iPad.
When it comes to "cutting the cord," Google and the YouTube team have one of the more well-received options with YouTube TV. However, one of the features missing from the option has been 4K playback. That is changing with the newest bundle for the service.
Google Fi's VPN service is hitting Apple's iOS platform, protecting your security and privacy by encrypting network traffic via unsecured public Wi-Fi connections on iPhone and iPad.
The Microsoft Store on Windows 11 is introducing noteworthy new features which were clearly designed to put more money in creators’ pockets, directly challenging Apple's business model.
Following a period of uncertainty, Google has now finally begun rolling out support for Apple's Picture-in-Picture (PiP) feature on iPhone and iPad, and it's not limited to paid subscribers.