Out of nowhere, discontinued eyewear Google Glass today received its first software update XE23 since 2014 – that’s three years – and nobody knows why.

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Google has announced a new feature for Drive by which it will let users backup their entire computer to cloud. Here are the details on it.

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Here’s how to get Google Assistant on your macOS Sierra powered Mac with the newly released MacAssistant utility.

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Here’s how to install Android 8.0 O beta OTA update on your Pixel and Nexus Android smartphones or devices the right way.

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Google’s developer conference, Google I/O 2017, is up and running and the company has taken the lid off a host of new features that are arriving on its Google Home devices. Here are the details.

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Perhaps one of the least anticipated Google I/O 2017 announcements is an update to the ever-popular Google Photos app, which brings new features that could prove useful to many. Here are the details.

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Announced during the ongoing Google I/O event, Android Go is exactly what Android One was supposed to be, designed to run on inexpensive devices that have 1GB or less of RAM.

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You can now download Android 8.0 O beta 1 for Nexus and Pixel devices. Here are the details on this latest release.

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Google Assistant app has been announced for iPhone. It will be available to download today for free from the iOS App Store.

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Today, only a few days before Google I/O 2017, Google announced that it’s bringing full Android to cars this year. Here are the details.

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Rumors has it that Google Assistant is making it’s way onto Apple’s iOS running iPhone and iPad at I/O 2017, with the release limited to US users only at launch.

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On being asked in a recent interview what he thought about the Amazon Echo and Google Home, here is what Apple’s SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller had to say.

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