Google is turning to new AI solutions to improve machine-learning techniques. The company is testing a new system called "federated learning," in which user data is intelligently processed on the phone rather than on Google's servers.
Huawei phones could be banned from the U.K. if the company doesn't agree to pay to license Unwired Planet's patents. The country's High Court ruled that the smartphone maker violated the holding company's intellectual property.
If you've bought the new LG G6, then you're holding one of the best camera phones available. Here, we've put together a guide on how to make the most of its wide-angle lens, and the new Square Camera mode.
Facebook wants its digital assistant, M, to play a bigger role in your digital life. That's why the assistant will now pop into chats to offer suggestions on actions it can do for you -- if you're an M beta tester, that is.
Google is pushing out an update to Gboard that brings a variety of improvements, mostly targeting one-handed mode and text editing. Version 6.2 is now live for beta users, and should be reaching everyone else soon.
Google's rolling out new Material Design tools that make it easier for developers to preview new color schemes before they implement them. In some ways, it's a renewed commitment to the design language the search giant introduced in 2014.
Hundreds of oddly worded, inaccurate positive reviews were posted for popular Google Play apps like Chrome, Firefox, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger over the last month, despite Google's best efforts to crack down.
Google is doing away with some underutilized features of Play Games, its gaming platform on Android and, for now, iOS. Specifically, it's axing Quests, Challenges, Requests, and support for Apple devices.