Here’s what you won’t find in the Android P beta

Developers and enthusiasts have had access to a very early version of Android P for a while now, but Google has made it more easily accessible to the brave with the launch of its public Android P Beta. At this point, you can get it up and running...

Google Lens hands-on: Copy-and-paste the real world to your phone

Google may have teased us with exciting new AR features for the Maps app, but it's not forgetting to make its Lens camera more useful, either. Since its launch last year, Lens has rolled out to iOS and gained a few skills, like identifying cat and do...

10 tiny ways Google is weaving the fabric of our lives

This is how Google takes over the world. It won't be with the inception of an all-powerful artificial intelligence application, via the advent of self-driving cars, or through Assistant's steady creep into our everyday lives, though Google will certa...

Google’s Android TV dongle is real — but it’s for developers

A Google-branded TV dongle spotted floating through the FCC is real, but the bad news is you probably won't be able to get one right now. The company just announced during its I/O developer event that this device is the ADT-2, intended to help develo...

Android P introduces iPhone X-like navigation swipes and gestures

First it was the notch, but now Google is taking a more useful cue from Apple's iPhone X: a navigation system that's very similar to Cupertino's swipe-based interface. (Which, naturally has its roots elsewhere, long before last year.) As rumored, t...