Google's annual developer conference brought news of its whizzy Magic Editor, its first folding phone, new devices and AI. Lots of AI.
Google, like Samsung, wants to provide a bigger screen that fits in your pocket. But its foldable doesn't come cheap.
Google is trying to balance AI progress with caution.
Google's new $499 phone packs the Pixel 7 experience in a slightly smaller and more affordable package.
At Google I/O, the company unveiled an experimental version of Search that integrates AI-generated responses. Will it break the balance of the internet?
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Google's new budget Android phone is now available -- and you can already save on one.
You can expect Google's Android 14 software update to arrive later this year.
Can Google give Samsung a run for its money in the foldable arena? Here's a first look at how the specs stack up.
Google is sprucing up its Immersive View for Maps later this year.
Commentary: The company that pioneered a lot of today's AI technology is bringing it to its top products. AI gives Google a home-field advantage.
Available for preorder now, arriving in June: It's a home hub and a sharable tablet. But where's the keyboard?
WhatsApp's first smartwatch app is also coming to Wear OS, bringing texting and voice calls without needing a phone.