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Google introduced two new smartphones on Tuesday: the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, which start at just $400.
Google has announced the next entries in its smartphone lineup: the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL.
Google's Duplex will have to identify itself on the phone, in order to prevent fooling people into thinking it's a real person
Google’s new features for combatting ‘tech addiction’ have little basis in science — here’s a closer look at what the re...
At this week's Google I/O developer conference, the company unveiled a collection of features aimed at improving users' wellbeing. The company's intentions may be good, but the scientific case for the features is weak. Here's a look at each of the new features — and what science says about them.
People are already forming some very strong opinions about Google’s wild new technology that sounds like a real human on the phone
Google Duplex was the talk of Google I/O, the company's annual developer conference that kicked off this week.
Google unveiled an initiative targeted at addressing what many call "tech addiction" at Google I/O on Thursday. Scientists who study smartphone and social media use say tech addiction isn't the real and concrete enemy that some are making it out to be, however.
The technology industry’s lull is giving us a chance to consider its impact on society — while we still can
Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and Google are slowing down, and that's a good thing — all of the recent Silicon Valley scandals present us with the chance to stop and reflect, on what our relationship with technology should be and how to fix it.
While there were a ton of announcements at Google I/O, the search giant's annual developer conference that kicked off on Tuesday, there were several highlights that will blow your mind.
Google’s CEO kicked off the big Google event by apologizing about the inaccurate burger emoji on Android — then he showed off the new desi...
After correcting the cheese placement on the Android burger emoji on stage at Google I/O, Google CEO Sundar Pichai talked about another flawed emoji design that was also fixed.
Microsoft Build is going right up against Google I/O.