Android OS, app and device news
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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The initial build of Android P is now available, bringing with it new features and design tweaks.
Ready to test out the hot new version of Android? You can start today.
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.
An Android update should keep your home network from succumbing to potentially crippling data bursts.
Selling or giving away your phone this season? Prep your device properly with this handy game plan.