But Android's subtle shift away from open-source is still a touchy subject.
The new mobile-focused music subscription service wasn't quite ready for its popularity out of the gate.
A new feature dishes out details about major sites before you follow that link.
Odds are, you're not using Windows Phone. If the forthcoming voice assistant is good enough, maybe you will.
Is your streaming video chugging because your router sucks or your ISP sucks? Google wants to answer that very question.
There's no question about it: Diabetics are excited about the prospect of a tiny little contact lens simplifying their lives.
IBM acquired more U.S. patents than any other company for the 21st year in a row. But Google has quickened its patent pace and climbed to No. 11 in the rankings.
Developers can now test a preview of the Java-based Drive Android API.
Code for an unannounced Android Fitness API suggests that Google is looking to jump on the activity-tracking trend sweeping tech.
Google Projects just announced a new breakthrough in medical tech: A smart contact lens that monitors diabetics' glucose levels without painful finger-pricks.