All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
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Although the Nexus 6 trails the slimmer Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in processor performance and native productivity features, it's still the most powerful pure Android handset available and the largest Nexus yet.
Google really wants better software for Android and the Web. At Google I/O this week, it will attempt to help programmers get more out of both.
Apps that block ads on Android devices, including AdAway and Adblock Plus, have been removed from the Google Play store.
A handful of app developers receive notices from the Web giant saying that their ad-blocking software "interferes with or accesses another service or product in an unauthorized manner."
The Google Nexus 9's premium build, speedy performance and consistent updates render it one of the best high-end Android tablets.
Sendinc encrypts mail sent via a Gmail, Outlook, or other account; BoxCryptor encrypts Google Drive, SkyDrive, DropBox, and other cloud storage; and Startpage serves up Google search results without recording your IP address or otherwise tracking you.
At its annual Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco, Google makes announcements that will expand Google Wallet far beyond its tap-and-go NFC roots.
Terms of service warn users that their $1,500 high-tech specs will be deactivated if they try to resell or loan them to another person.
Don't lose your smartphone: To thwart unauthorized access to Gmail and other services, Google is bringing aspects of dual-factor authentication to those who haven't signed up for it.
Joining a burgeoning field of tech giants focused on health, the Web giant will unveil new platform in late June, Forbes reports.