Google wants more control to make a premium competitor to Apple's iPhone, the Galaxy Note 7 specs are leaked and Google Maps gets even better.
A new report says Google will come out with its own branded phone. It's the latest in a long, winding history of how Google has answered the iPhone question.
The tech giant is said to be building a handset without any phone manufacturing partners.
The company is reportedly working with carriers to introduce a Google-branded phone.
Google is giving its Nexus fans a clearer picture of when it will "retire" older devices and stop updating them with new Android software updates.
A teardown of the APK for the next update to Google's photo backup and storage service has revealed some new features.
HTC confirms it isn't making any more of the slates, and only a limited supply is available on the company's site.
With Google releasing more info about its Android N mobile OS, here are the features we're excited about the most.
Google's taking its Cardboard VR initiative to the next level, with a more capable VR platform.
The Taiwanese electronics company, which has struggled in recent years, previously made the Nexus One in 2010 and the Nexus 9 in 2014.
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