A bizarre bug in some Android users' Gmail apps demanded that they give the application access to "Body Sensors" in order to send an email. And now, Gmail is issuing a fix, because it's as creepy as it is weird.
Last month, Google announced a limited test for Android Instant Apps, a platform that allows users to run software without installing it to their device. Now, the feature has reportedly reached some Nexus and Pixel phones.
It's all too easy for little ones to rack up a giant bill using in-app purchases, so it pays -- no pun intended -- to make sure your account is properly protected. Here's how to do so on your Android device,
Google is being investigated for anti-competitive practices once again -- this time by South Korean regulators for a deal the firm made with Samsung in 2011. That deal stopped Samsung from making its own Android-based operating system.
Ahead of Valentine's Day, Google has an adorable Doodle game that also doubles as an awareness campaign to save the vulnerable and sometimes critically endangered pangolin. In the game, you have to help a pangolin meet his long-distance…
Read about a restaurant you want to check out? You can now add it to a list straight from Google Maps. A new update improves on the ability to save places by letting users create lists to organize them.
Android Wear 2.0 is officially here, and while the update is due to roll out to current smartwatches in the "coming weeks," you can experience it as soon as February 10 with LG's all-new Watch Style and Watch Sport models.
Google is set to make it a whole lot easier to tether Android devices -- the company is currently rolling out "Instant Tethering" to Google Play Services, which will allow users to quickly and easily tether devices connected to a Google…