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.
You can install the latest Android beta release on your compatible Pixel device.
Commentary: What I really want from the Pixel 8 is a compelling reason to buy Google's next flagship over the company's cheaper A-series phones.
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?
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?