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Google CEO Sundar Pichai introduced Google's first major gaming initiative, Stadia, at the 2019 Game Developers Conference in March 2019.

Some of the people who made an early bet on Google’s ambitious attempt to revolutionize video games are losing patience

Even the most dedicated early adopters of Google Stadia, the search giant's big gaming project, are losing hope.
No matter what you do, your phone's battery capacity — which translates to a battery's lifespan — will degrade over time as you use it.

You’ve been charging your smartphone all wrong

One of the most common charging habits could actually be affecting your smartphone battery's lifespan.

Exposure to warmer colors might actually be worse for sleep than blue light, new study of mice finds

Looking at warmer colors late at night might be worse for your sleep than blue light, according to a study from University of Manchester.

How to reverse image search on your Android phone in 2 ways using Google Chrome

It's easy to do a reverse image search on an Android if you have the Google Chrome app accessible. Here's how to do it in two ways.

Google’s latest Pixel update automatically silences unknown numbers in a push to end robocalls once and for all

Google is updating its "Call Screen" Google Assistant service to automatically skip unknown numbers and transcribe the call's details.

You can add portrait mode to any photo with this new Google Photos update

The new feature, which is rolling out in the next few weeks, can blur the background and focus on the subject in any photo of a person.

These normal, everyday photos I took with the Pixel 4 show what one of the best smartphone cameras in the world can do

The Pixel 4 has a 12-megapixel lens and a 16-megapixel zoom lens that Google said will make zoomed photos look amazing.

Google is offering a $1.5 million reward to anyone who can pull off a complex Android hack

Google is offering prizes to anyone who can find bugs or vulnerabilities in certain Android devices.
The Google Pixel 3, left, and Pixel 4.

An Android flaw lets apps secretly access people’s cameras and upload the videos to an external server

A security flaw lets malicious apps access Android cameras and microphones to secretly record people and upload the videos to an external server.

Google made major updates to messaging on Android phones, and it might finally be catching up to Apple

It's a huge update for Android users, but the reality is that iPhone users have had these features in iMessage for years already.