All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
The products will serve as the showcase devices for the latest version of Android, Lollipop, until now nicknamed Android "L."
More than 5,000 developers will be in San Francisco this week as Google attempts to keep Android momentum going and remind attendees that it thinks the Web is the future.
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.
A new report says HTC is set to make the new Nexus 9 despite a lack of experience in building tablets.
Employees of the online titan have begun using Google Music to help smooth out kinks, music industry sources tell CNET. There's still one nagging problem, though: music licenses.
The search giant rejoins the race to become an entertainment hub, with help from Sony, Sharp, Asus, and Razer.
The message to developers at Google's I/O fest this year was crystal clear: Android software will power everything from phones and cars to TVs and beyond.
The search giant plans to go head-to-head with Apple, Roku, and Amazon with set-top boxes that can stream media and play games, sources tell CNET.
Search giant announces better-than-expected sales, but it underdelivers on profit. Also, Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora is departing.
As Google focuses more on services like Google+, it will shutter the decade-old social network, popular mostly in Brazil.