Microsoft today updated its Authenticator app on Android, with the main new feature being support for fingerprint scanners. The changelog for version 6.1.7 doesn't list any other new features.
It has been nine months since Google released Android 7.0 Nougat and it looks like LG is finally ready to bring the update to its V10 handset. The update is rolling out to those in South Korea.
The Action Fraud centre of the UK is now warning people about tech support scams saying their machine is infected by WannaCry, and then demanding a hefty amount of money as payment.
PayPal has added Android Pay support with its latest app update. Once you have connected PayPal in the app, you can use it to draw from your balance or connected bank account at NFC terminals.
AlphaGo, developed by Google's DeepMind AI division, has defeated the current world number one Go player at the "Future of Go Summit" in China. The AI will also play several collaborative matches.
Google today announced that it will convert ads on AMP pages to its AMP ads format, making them load up to five seconds faster. Advertisers will also be able to use AMP pages as landing pages in ads.
The month of May has arrived and as promised, Google has made its Jamboard collaborative display available to those in the United States. Pricing starts at $4,999 with a selection of three colors.
Last week, Google announced the beta for Android O on a handful of handsets. Luckily, for a majority of users, a developer has ported the Android O Pixel launcher for use on supported devices.
Almost a year ago, Lenovo released the Moto Z Play, a mid-range handset that could accept modular accessories. It is now seeing a fresh discount that cuts $50 off its original price.
The European Commission will reportedly deliver its verdict on Google's antitrust cases in the EU within the "next few months." Google have three separate antitrust cases in the EU.
From Android O and Android Go, to WannaCry woes, HTC's new squeeze, Apple anticipation, holo-Cortana, a passing Moment, and virtual headcrabs, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Google introduced the Android Device Manager in 2013. Now, the company is updating it with a new name, 'Find My Device', and making it part of the new Google Play Protect tools it announced this week.
Google launched its Home speaker hub in the US last year, and brought it to the UK in April. Now, the company has announced that it will be available in five more markets sometime this summer.
Moving beyond the Auto functionality found in some late model vehicles, Audi and Volvo will integrate the full Android OS into future cars, to power touchscreens, dashboards, and basic controls.
Google has announced several new features and updates for its Play Console, allowing developers to improve their app performance and marketing techniques, while aiding them in maximizing their reach.
At its I/O developer conference 2017, Google has opened Android Instant Apps to all developers. The technology offers a modular approach, allowing users to utilize apps without even installing them.
Today at Google I/O 2017, the company announced a new feature called Smart Reply for Gmail, that will allow users to quickly reply using probable text responses to their emails on Android and iOS.
Android Studio 3.0 Canary 1, an early preview of the next version of Google's IDE, is now available, bringing a wide range of additions and enhancements over the last stable release, version 2.3.
It has been almost a year since Lenovo launched its Z series of handsets at its Tech World event. Today, we get our first glimpse of what could be the Moto Z2, the firm's top-end handset.
Google says it's "made all apps faster by default" with no app changes needed; and along with faster boot times, it's also improving battery life and performance by putting limits on app activities.
Security issues remain a concern for many Android users - but Google is hoping to reassure them with Google Play Protect, its "more visible and accessible" security tools on Android devices.
Android Go is expected to be a lightweight version of Google's Android mobile operating system that is optimised for lower-end devices, focusing on better memory usage and data management.
Google today announced that HTC, Lenovo, and Qualcomm are working on new standalone VR headsets that don't require phones, cables, or PCs to use. They'll be available later this year.
While Google is holding its I/O 2017 developer conference keynote today, the Android O Beta Program has gone live for supported Nexus and Pixel devices, although there is no update just yet.
Google announced today that its digital Assistant is on 100 million devices so far, and it's soon going to be available for many more. As rumored, the Assistant is coming soon to iPhones.
At its I/O conference today, Google CEO Sundar Pichai revealed the next generation of the company's image recognition technology under the Google Lens brand, allowing you to identify objects easily.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced today at the company's I/O dev conference that Android has now passed over 2 billion monthly active devices, while Google Photos has over 500 million active users.
Following last week's Microsoft Build 2017 event, Google is kicking off its I/O developer conference today, where it's expected to reveal more on Android O, Chrome OS, its digital Assistant, and more.
A couple of weeks after Google released its Android security update for May to its supported Nexus and Pixel devices, Samsung has begun rolling out those patches to its Galaxy S7 flagship.
According to a new report, Google is working on a new virtual reality headset that won't require it to be tethered to a PC or have a phone inserted into it. It will feature inside-out tracking.
Five months after Google began rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to unlocked variants of the HTC One M9, the software update is finally available for the AT&T model of the two-year-old device.
According to a number of reports, Verizon and LG have canceled the carrier's variant of the Watch Sport. The device has been removed from Verizon's website, but it's still available from AT&T.
Today, Google announced that it is releasing the fourth Android Things Developer Preview, which will add support for the Google Assistant SDK, among a number of other new features.
Following in the footsteps of other operating systems such as Windows 10, macOS, and iOS, it appears that an official blue light reduction mode has made its way into the latest Chrome OS Canary build.
Google is reportedly preparing to bring its digital Assistant to iOS as a standalone app. The company could make the announcement as soon as this week, at its I/O developer conference.
From the Build conference, to hackers with confidence, to games, Microsoft Fluent Design, and the return of OneDrive placeholders, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
In partnership with silicon and device manufacturers, Google could make inroads towards resolving the issue of Android OS fragmentation by splitting device-specific software from the OS framework.
After last week's phishing attack, Google has decided to update its review process for web apps that request user data, even requiring a manual review depending on the new risk assessment process.
A new patent from Google appears to show a ceiling-bound monitor that could be used to track your sleep. It would be able to monitor your vital signs by using infrared technology.
After announcing that PowerShell and Bash are coming to Azure, Microsoft also announced an Azure mobile app, which includes the Bash console, a dashboard for your resources, and more.
Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. Google Chrome is one of the best solutions for Internet browsing.
In August last year, reports emerged that Google was working on a unified OS for phones, tablets, PCs, and IoT. Now, we can take another look at the rather interestingly codenamed "Fuchsia" OS.
A Google security researcher has reportedly discovered a "crazy bad" vulnerability in Windows, which can easily spread. Although full details aren't available yet, a report is expected to follow soon.
The vice-president of Google's G Suite has commented on Microsoft's announcement of Windows 10 S, saying that he was happy to see a "validation" of the approach that Google had already adopted.
With "Android O" just around the corner, Google has officially concluded the Beta Program for Android Nougat. The company says that the program will kick off for the beta version of Android O soon.
From Siri's speaker and Alexa's touch, to Android flagships, Teams work, big phish, Edge's edge in business, and an adventure in time and space, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Google and Raspberry Pi has teamed up to bring voice commands and artificial intelligence to the maker community. As such you can now get the Voice Kit, a low-end Android Assistant box that you build.
Google has made changes to Gmail's security systems to better protect users against phishing attempts. The new system offers warnings when clicking on suspicious links in an effort to keep you safe.
A new scam is circulating, targeting folks via a link to a shared Google Docs file. Once clicked, the link brings you to a legitimate sign-in page, and asks for a fake app to access your emails.
Huawei announced today that it has begun rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat and EMUI 5.0 to its Honor 6X handset, which was announced last year in October. It adds a number of new features.