Google is still Google, but Alphabet is running the show now. The Galaxy Note 5 gets leaked out before the Samsung's Unpacked event and you can now stop Stagefright.
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's new Your Timeline feature shows all the places you've visited, using your smartphone's GPS. Learn how to use to your advantage.
Android users can now create their own names for unidentified places on Google Maps, and edit existing names.
The latest version of Google Maps for Android lets you name unnamed spots and edit the names of already named places.
Learn how to disable Location History for your Google account and also how to delete some or all of your whereabouts from Your Timeline.
Search through your location history in Google Maps' travel timeline, learn how to save your Google+ Photos library, and get chatty with Outlook office mates via Microsoft's Send app.
The Internet giant compiles all the places you've been on a map -- a move that may register as helpful, creepy or both.
A couple of clicks on your computer, and directions show up on your mobile device. It's like magic, but better.
Rendered images leak out for Samsung's flagship Note 5. Look out for the all-new Turing Phone. Plus, Google tests a ride sharing service.
A recent update added the ability to send a place on the Google Maps website to your iPhone. Here's how to set it up.
Android M lets you use Google Maps offline, including turn-by-turn directions.
Top 3 news reading apps
With the latest tech, getting news delivered to your phone is easier than ever. Here's a roundup of apps that are customizable and useful for getting the news.