For all the beautiful, innovative updates Google+ keeps pushing, it can't get me to use the service. After nearly two years, we're just now starting to figure out why the social network (or layer) or sorts isn't able to compel the user.
As Google I/O continues, and the spotlight on Google Glass is at its brightest, members of a Congressional privacy group have sent a letter to Google CEO Larry Page, voicing their concerns over Glass's potential for infringing on privacy.
During Google I/O this year, we got our first glimpse at a world where Google Glass owners represented almost a third of the entire population. What does everyone think about Glass now that they actually have it, and how did the show go? Find out here.
The mysterious white Nexus 4 has been spotted at Google I/O, and is now rumored to be released through the Google Play store in mid-June, with a new version of the Android OS installed.
The epic Google I/O keynote presentation didn't deliver the gadget goods we were expecting, nor did it herald the release of a new version of Android. Don't worry though, as it could be part of Google's master plan to bring the two together soon.
SMS is the most-requested feature from Google Hangouts, and fortunately Google community manager Dori Storbeck says SMS support is coming soon.
Google Wallet is adding new features to its service, including money transfers via e-mail, an increase in loyalty card acceptance, and an easy online payment plug-in for merchants.
Despite Google's amazing claims, its new additions to Google+ photography won't take all the manual labor out of sorting and correcting your photos. We went hands on to put the features through their paces.
YouTube creators operating a channel with more than a thousand subscribers can now sign up for YouTube Live, giving them the opportunity to put out live broadcasts alongside their usual content.
New research has put Samsung's control of the global Android smartphone industry into perspective, as it's estimated the firm took 95 percent of the profits earned through selling Android phones over the first quarter of 2013.
There was no big announcement but Google has issued a major update to Google Play Books, allowing you to upload your purchased book collection. We think Google may have something even more exciting in store down the road.
Calling it a new photo experience that shows what can happen when Google is your darkroom, Google Senior VP Vic Gundotra shows off the new photo tools in the revamped Google+.
After a long wait, Google has finally launched its streaming service, All Access. The music platform has plenty of competition from the likes of Rdio, Pandora, and ... oh yeah, Spotify. Will it be able to challenge them?
With Google I/O taking place today, the company announced 41 brand new features to Google+.
Google recently unveiled a new, updated look to its Play Store, the center for all of its downloadable content. The new look is clean, airier, and much easier for users to navigate and interact with.