On stage at Google I/O 2017, Google showed of Tango Visual Positioning System — a sort of hyper-local GPS for the indoors.
Google’s Daydream VR platform is breaking free from its phone-based confines with the standalone headsets, Google has revealed.
Google has announced that its Daydream VR platform is not only headed to LG’s next flagship phone the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ as well.
There’s certainly a lot to take in with Android Oreo, but one of the bigger announcements for developers concerns the first new programming language added to Android: Kotlin.
Speaking on stage at Google I/O 2017, Google showed off a new Super Chat API for YouTube, giving viewers a way to trigger real-world actions during a stream.
A whole lot more people are about to get their hands on Google Home, with the smart speaker heading to 6 new countries this summer.
Google Assistant's Actions — third-party integrations, payments, and more — are making the jump from Google Home to Assistant on Android and iOS.
Arrow Launcher, an experimental launcher from Microsoft’s Garage division, has picked up another big update with tablet support in tow.
Fitbit has announced a load of updates that will hit its app over the coming months, including an all-new Community tab and personal goal setting features.
If you’re looking to add some extra smarts to your home and save a little money over the long-term, the Ecobee3 is currently on sale at one of the lowest prices we've seen.
Opera Mini has launched a new video download feature, allowing you to easily snag your favorite videos from social media and more for offline viewing later.
Google has dropped the price on select Chromebooks, Chromecasts, the Huawei Watch and more in its back to school sale.
OnePlus has officially announced the launch dates for a Soft Gold variant of the OnePlus 3, with the handset due on July 26 for the U.S. and August 1 for other markets.
AT&T has reported its earnings for the second quarter of 2016, noting a solid bump in both consolidated revenues and wireless net adds over the same period a year ago.
Twitter is making it easier for anyone to request a "Verified" account with a new online application process open to the public.
YouTube has announced that it will live stream both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions in 360-degree video for those who want to experience politics from the (virtual) front lines.
theScore eSports now features coverage of Super Smash Bros. and Street Fighter, allowing you to easily keep up with news and live scoring for both.
Acer's latest Chrome OS all-in-one, the Chromebase 24, is now available for purchase starting at $429.
Rogers has confirmed it is dropping Cuba from its international "Roam Like Home" package after demand overwhelmed its partner network in the country.
LG and Volkswagen have announced a new partnership to work on a connected car platform that will bring your smart home controls to your car.
Chevrolet is offering more data for the money with its in-vehicle OnStar 4G LTE plans, dropping prices by up to 50%.
Work chat app Slack has added support for Android Wear in its latest update, bringing chat replies right to your wrist.
Facebook has made saving and sharing content around the web a bit easier for Chrome users with new extensions.
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