Google Play Store 9.0.15 APK download for Android has just been released and can be installed right now. Here are the details.

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Google Assistant is set to get support for 30 more languages, on-the-fly language switching, routines, and location-based reminders on Home soon.

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Here’s how you can download GApps 8.1 ARM64 APK packages for Pixel, Nexus, OnePlus devices, and more from Android 8.1 Oreo.

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According to new tests, Google Home Max is prone to damaging your newly polished furniture just like HomePod and Sonos One. Here’s what you need to know.

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Google to bring native support for iPhone X-like display notches to Android 9.0 P later this year according to a new report.

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According to a new report, Google may be working on some kind of game streaming service that would allow a subscription model to be used, streaming content into gamers’ homes via a Chromecast or Google-made gaming console.

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You can now download Kodi 18 Android TV alpha APK which adds in support for Google Assistant. Here are the details.

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Here’s how you can do an Internet speed test of your connection using Google without having to use any app or third-party service.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S9 event along with Google I/O 2018 have been officially announced. Here is everything you need to know.

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In a move that will seem amazing to anyone living outside the United States, Visa has today announced that it will eliminate the requirement for a signature for EMV payments beginning this April.

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While it’s a safe bet that Google will launch its own Smart Display at some point this year, it’s been left to Lenovo, JBL, Sony, and LG to front up right now. That’s exactly what they’re doing, too, with all four working on devices or even announcing hardware during CES.

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Keen to apparently make the world of payments on Android a little less confusing, Google has now announced that it is combining all of the different services it offers into one, more simplified offering called Google Pay.

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