On Thursday, Google quickly sped through all of the improvements and changes in its next mobile software iteration. Here's rundown of what's new for Android.
A free upgrade option that's slated to accompany the launch of Windows 10 will be great for consumers, but it's putting the PC market in a pickle, says IDC.
Google Cloud Messaging has grown to see more than 70 billion messages sent daily, involving more than 600,000 apps.
Technology developed by Lockheed Martin recognizes everything from swipes to formal writing to authenticate an end-user
Google was one of the first to launch a widely-accepted mobile payment solution, but no one knew about it and carriers limited its functionality. It doesn't seem like much with change with Android Pay on Android M.
The common thread between Android, Google Now and Google Photos is machine learning. Can it give Google features that can't be replicated?
With Windows 10, Microsoft is planning to break from the past, replacing Internet Explorer with a cleaner, faster way to browse the web. Here's why your organization may decide to stick with IE.
Your "things" may be connected to the Internet, but for the most part, they aren't connected to each other. It doesn't have to be that way.
At Google I/O, the company rolled out a developer preview of Android, known as Android M, with the motto that the little things matter.
The most common hotspot for the Internet of Things, according to Google's product chief, is the smart home.
Hopes to entice customers to move on-premise backups to their commercial cloud