Android OS, app and device news
If you're a "lifelong" iPhone user, you might be tempted to skip the iPhone X and get a Pixel 2. And that's OK.
The CEO of Huawei's consumer business tells CNET that it's maintaining its US operations despite the government's national security concern.
A preview of Android P is now available for download, bringing with it new features and design tweaks.
Now available for both Android and iOS, Google's AR-powered photo-recognition tool can perform some neat tricks.
A photo format called HEIC means images take half the storage space as with JPEG. But you'll need a smartphone processor that can handle it.
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Google's next smartphone software will support a new photo format called HEIC, an approach Apple took with iOS 11 in 2017 to cut file sizes in half.
The search giant’s new mobile software -- right now only a preview version -- also brings upgrades in security and indoor mapping.
The tech giant releases the first beta of a tool designed to make life easier for programmers writing for Android, iPhones and Google's new Fuchsia OS.
Want to plop a 3D T. rex into a video of your hand? The Motion Stills app for Android phones now lets you do that with a rough-and-ready technique.
Google's Android phone has only one lens, but a technology called RAISR uses machine learning to help you zoom in better.