Android 6.0 Marshmallow is out now. This is everything you need to know about Google's mobile operating system update.
Google is still Google, but Alphabet is running the show now. The Galaxy Note 5 gets leaked before Samsung's Unpacked event. And you can now stop Stagefright.
Facebook looks at trends in how we laugh in comments and emojis are conquering the LOL. Also: Apple Pay expands, and Cortana can replace Google Now.
It's no surprise Google keeps track of your usage habits. But just how much of your data is it holding on to? Here's how to find out.
Google Now recently added support for a handful of popular third-party messaging apps. Here's how to use them while hands-free.
Headed out to a new restaurant or bar? Google Now tells you when to expect crowds at many locations.
Did you know that your voice is stored on Google's servers? CNET's Dan Graziano shows you how to delete it.
Here's how to listen to and delete recordings on your Google account, and how to stop them from being saved to begin with.
Are you a robot? Probably not. Sharon Profis shares a no-nonsense tip on communicating with Siri.
Google offers a free ad-supported music option to Google Play before the Apple Music launch. Meanwhile, Google X is working on its own wearable and you can be a part of Google's Project Jump.
iOS and Android have updated their personal assistants with new tools to better anticipate your needs -- in different ways.
Now on Tap takes a step out of the search process by giving Android M users the information they need right away.
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Take a look inside the house where we will be testing connected locks, thermostats and other smart home products so we can tell a complete story.