Epicenter is part of a movement to build the office space of the future. For many Epicenter members, the goal isn’t just to kick back with yesteryear’s pleasures — it’s to push forward as early adopters of untested technology.
You never know when your Android device might meet its unexpected demise, which is why you should always back up your device in advance. Here's how to do so using a variety of methods, including first and third-party software.
Google filed a lawsuit Thursday against Uber alleging that Otto — a startup purchased by Uber last year — stole confidential information related to autonomous-car technology. Google claims Uber is in possession of 14,000 stolen files.
Unless you start matching it, you can't really claim to be that big of a fan of your phone. Luckily, Google is giving you an opportunity to prove yourself. It's all thanks to a new partnership with fashion designer Christopher Cowan
To enforce a seamless experience on RCS-supported networks like Sprint, Rogers, Orange, and Telenor, Google is rebranding Messenger, the default texting application on some Android devices, to Android Messages.
Big tech firms file weird patents all the time, and Google is no exception. Recently, the Mountain View, California, company filed a patent for a particular kind of power cord -- one with an accelerometer and motion-sensing lights.
Google's third-party keyboard, Gboard, is getting a massive upgrade that's available for free from the iTunes App Store. Its latest update adds support for voice typing, over a dozen new languages, and new emojis.