Social media has taken over our lives -- many prefer to spend more time on social media than they do fostering relationships in real life. Spontime, aimed at sparking real-life interactions, is here to change that.
Google has made some serious developments on Soli since it first showed off the tech at Google I/O last year. In fact, it made a smartwatch and speaker with Soli, able to be controlled with simple hand gestures.
Modular phones gives you the next and best in technology, without having to spend a lot of money on a new phone. Google, demoed a developer version of an Ara phone at Google I/O, and the company's own version will be out in 2017.
Google has collaborated with Levi's to build a Commuter jacket that has gesture-sensing technology. It's useful for when you want to play the next song while biking, or check when your next appointment is -- all you have to do is…
Android Pay is Google's mobile payment system, that turns your phone into a wallet, and stops the need to pull out your credit card in stores. It's now live in the U.S. and the U.K., so here's everything you need to know about it.
The Oracle vs. Google court case continues to drag on. Most recently, Alphabet CEO Larry Page testified, arguing that Java was open source when it was created. Google could face a $9 billion fine if it loses.
Samsung Pay aims to rival Apple Pay and Google Wallet in the mobile payment space. The company just announced that it has hit 5 million registered users, and will soon be supported in Canada, along with Australia, Brazil…
While Google's new messaging app, Allo, does not enable end-to-end encryption by default, at least one engineer at Google seems to wish otherwise. Allo was launched at Google I/O, and only offers end-to-end encryption in incognito mode.