All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
A silhouette and a count of 1, 2, 3 suggest that Sony has more than one device up its sleeve for next week's IFA unveiling.
Presenting author information in search results wasn't as useful as Google had expected.
Slingbox adds an entry-level device to its product lineup and updates its existing offering. Sling Media's general manager explains what the changes mean for consumers who want to watch video content when on the go.
Based on record preorders, finding Apple's new 5.5-inch iPhone may be a challenge on launch day. Also, Microsoft builds a new world for Minecraft, and Google launches an affordable Android phone for developing countries.
The search company is bringing the app that takes 360-degree photos to its rival mobile platform -- in line with Google's desire to expand its photo products.
A new notice will tell you ahead of time whether your device and browser support a certain page.
Apple's iOS 8 brings a number of new software enhancements to the iPhone and iPad. Unfortunately, a handful of its older mobile devices won't be able to run the update.
People have put 100 million images into catalogs for the mobile version of Adobe's photo-editing software. It only works on iOS devices now, but Android support should arrive this year.
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.
Forget "moon shots" and Billy Idol. Flashiness took a backseat to the expanding world of Android as Google presented a mature mobile operating system and new platforms to use it on.