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Google buys HTC's smartphone brains for $1.1 billion to...

Google isn't buying HTC outright, but it's scooping up the engineering talent behind the Pixel phones for $1.1 billion.

Mingis on Tech: Android vs. iOS – How the two mobile OSes...

It's not exactly a mobile death match, but Android blogger JR Raphael and Apple expert Michael deAgonia get ... animated, shall we say ... as they tackle the basics...



Spoiler alert: Google's Pixel event will still be more exciting...

Google's biggest announcement might have been spilled in a massive leak complete with pics and pricing, but that doesn't mean Google doesn't still have a lot to...

Mingis on Tech: All about Android 8.0 'Oreo'

Android's latest version, Oreo, has been out since late August. We get the rundown on cool and useful new features from Android blogger JR Raphael.


Sounds of Silence: What's coming to Google Chrome in 2018...

When Chrome 64 is released in late January 2018, it will largely mark the end of auto-playing audio on websites.

Google squeezes Symantec until it certs

Beginning with Chrome 66, Google will remove trust for Symantec-issued certificates issued before June 1, 2016.


Google Drive is being replaced by Backup and Sync: What...

Google will turn off its Drive app for PCs and Macs, replacing it with two new cloud-storage apps: Backup and Sync for consumers, and Drive File Stream for business....

What's in the latest Chrome update?

Chrome 61 for Windows, macOS and Linux lets web apps access USB peripherals and patches 22 security vulnerabilities.



Tech history: Android OS first released commercially

The first commercial release of the Android operating system was 23 September 2008.


How has Trump impacted tech lobbying in the US?

Are tech companies spending more or less trying to influence lawmakers in the Trump era?

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