Possibly quite useful when attempting to debunk claims made by political candidates, a new markup code on Google News will call out topics that have been thoroughly researched by fact checking organizations.
Google is reportedly making two Android Wear smartwatches, and both devices will be integrated with Google Assistant -- the search giant's AI bot. The larger of the two devices will have LTE, GPS, and a heart-rate monitor.
Want to enjoy Facebook videos on your TV instead of smartphone? Facebook has enabled a new feature on its mobile app that allows you to do so. Simply click the button, hit the TV icon, and select which device you want to stream to.
Looking for some ways to spruce up that new Android smartwatch of yours? Here are our favorite apps to download and use with any Android smartwatch, including those for taking notes, browsing the web, and making mobile payments.
It has helped you find all the information you need to make an informed decision this November, and now it's helping you put that decision to action. Google now tells you where to vote and who's on the ballot.
Google issued its government surveillance report for the first half of 2016, with more governments requesting more info on fewer accounts in spite of reforms of surveillance practices underway in the U.S.
Google has teamed up with Facebook, Pacific Light Data Communication, and TE Subcom to drape fiber optic cables across the Pacific Ocean, connecting Los Angeles to Hong Kong. A portion will provide more Google Drive bandwidth in China.
Sure, it might not be the exact equivalent of flying to Europe and walking down the Champs-Élysées, but thanks to Google, you might be able to experience an acceptable alternative to your Paris trip. It's all thanks to…
Google has launched an app that helps you create 360-degree photos with only your smartphone. The result? Some pretty trippy virtual reality bubbles. The app is available on Google Play and is coming to iOS "soon."
A new hack has been discovered by the folks over at XDA-Developers that basically allows non-Pixel smartphones to get Google Assistant, Google's latest digital assistant. So far, Google Assistant is only available on the Google Assistant.