Android 9 Pie does not let you use call recording apps until you root your smartphone. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Google persistently tracks your location on its mobile iPhone and Android apps, even with Location History disabled. Here’s how you can try and avoid that, sort of.

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A new Google app for iOS called Cameos allows celebrities to record videos during which they answer the most asked questions on Google. The theory is that new new app and associated search results will allow users to “get answers directly” from celebrities rather than read about them elsewhere.

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Future Chromebooks may get a Windows 10 dual-boot feature like Apple Boot Camp in the near future. Here’s what we know so far.

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Here’s how to install Android 9 Pie OTA image file on your Google Pixel, Pixel 2 or even Pixel 2 XL right now.

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You can now download Android 9 Pie factory images and OTA update for Pixel, Pixel 2, Essential Phone. Here are the details.

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Fortnite for Android APK download is now rolling out and will be completely bypassing the Google Play Store release. Here are the details.

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Google’s Android P final version release date has just been tipped. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Google has today updated its own Play Store policies for developers, banning a number of different categories in the process. Some of them are of particular note because they will include cryptocurrency mining apps as well as those with disruptive ads.

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Here’s how to enable Google Chrome new Material Design Refresh on iOS, Windows and Mac (desktop) right now.

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A new report claims Google’s Project Fuchsia aims to create an operating system that is capable of being run on any and all of Google’s devices, which would mean the end of Android and Chrome OS.

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It has not been a good day for Google after it was hit with a record-breaking fine totaling $5 billion by the European Commission in relation to Android and the way the company uses its position to bundle search and Chrome with handsets throughout the continent.

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