Google is finally ready to launch Android Pay

We continue to wait for Android Pay to arrive to take on Apple Pay, but insider leaks and tips from Google itself suggest there's a specific launch date coming up in less than two weeks.


LG’s OLED panels point the way forward for display tech: DT Daily

LG's bendable, double-sided and super-thin OLED display panels are a peek at what you'll be watching in the future. And Google's OnHub looks to vastly simplify setting up wifi in your home.

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Google’s Waze accused of stealing data from rival traffic app

Traffic app startup PhantomAlert this week filed a lawsuit against rival service Waze claiming it stole some of its data prior to being acquired by Google. PhantomAlert's boss said his entrepreneurial dreams have been "crushed."


Google’s new Street View app lets you add panoramic imagery and browse collections

Whether you're an armchair traveler or someone who loves to get out there and explore, Google's new Street View app has something for everyone. The new Android and iOS software offers a collection of fabulous curated content, and even lets you contribute.


Who needs a doctor? Go see Google’s Knowledge Graph instead

Who needs a doctor when you have Google? Thanks to an update to Google's Knowledge Graph, everyone's favorite know it all search engine can now give you detailed information on more than 900 different illnesses.


Trying to procrastinate? Google ‘fun facts’ right now

Thanks to Google's latest fun facts feature, which you can access by -- you guessed it -- Googling "fun facts," you'll find that time moves at super sonic speed as you're fed answer after answer to life's most pressing questions.


Huawei and LG Nexus: Both Nexus phones tipped to launch Sept. 29 for $400

Rumors are starting to spread about Google's next Nexus phone, and there could be two out in 2015, with one being made by Huawei and the other by LG. Here's what we think we know so far.


Students and teachers will love these new Google Docs and Classroom features

In anticipation of the upcoming school year, Google has updated Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, and Classroom with new features that will make everyone more productive.


Google to host Nexus event in San Francisco on September 29

Google is planning to host its first Nexus event of the year in San Francisco later this month, according to new reports. The event will be the launch day for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6, alongside Android Marshmallow 6.0.


Google offers a glimpse of the logos it DIDN’T go with

Google revealed a new logo on Tuesday. Despite its simplicity, it's a safe bet there were countless meetings before the new look was agreed upon. Indeed, an image just released by the firm appears to show other designs that were under consideration.


Google’s logo grows up by slimming down, shaking off serifs

To go along with the new branding, Google's new logo loses the serifs and smooths out the colors for a look that feels right at home in the new Android UI. It's the sixth iteration of the search giant's logo since the 1990s.


Google’s tiny self-driving pod cars tootle into Texas

Keen to try different road conditions as well as receive feedback from regular road users, Google is about to roll into Austin, Texas in its self-driving pod car, marking the first test of the diminutive robo-vehicle outside of its home state of California.


Wanna confuse a Google car? Do a track stand on your bike

Not that you'd want to be the cause of any self-driving car uncertainty, seeing as that could result in some seriously dangerous situations, but hey, if you want to see an unmanned vehicle lurch back and forth, do a track stand.


Google accused of gaming search results in favor of advertisers in India

They're two of the biggest tech companies, so there's naturally competition between Google and Facebook. But things are getting nasty in India, where Google is being accused of gaming search results, and Facebook is testifying against them.


Google will automatically pause Flash ads and videos in Chrome starting Sept. 1

Google is joining the ranks of companies sounding the death knell of Adobe’s Flash: The company announced that it will automatically pause Flash content in its Chrome browser starting Sept. 1.