All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
The company also unveils the Moto Hint, a sleek Bluetooth earpiece accessory that costs $150.
The search giant will use Skybox's satellite-photo tech to improve Google Maps -- but it also has more ambitious plans.
Verizon is getting closer to launching its mobile TV streaming service with a test on its 4G LTE network at the big race.
The luxury Tonino Lamborghini Antares has similar specs to the Motorola Moto G -- only at £2,500, it's just a touch more expensive.
The G2 phones were headed for Sprint, which is set to launch its version of the LG flagship device next month.
The Web giant's handset unit is also taking steps to limit "bloatware" preinstalled by carriers, sources tell The Wall Street Journal.
On a daily basis, 15 percent of queries submitted have never been seen before by Google's search engine.
Kodak has had its patent sale ok'ed by a court judge in America, so it can sell to Apple and Google, among others.
Apple and Google are unlikely bedfellows, but have joined forces to rescue Kodak's patent library.
Co-founder Sergey Brin shows off Google's computerized glasses -- but they're only for Google I/O attendees -- i.e., developers -- who are on the "bleeding edge."