Android 6.0 will come with some treats for developers.
So long, cash and cards.
Larry Page wants to defy his search business’s gravity.
Google-powered smartwatches now work with the iPhone.
Windows chats up Android users in public beta.
A boon for solar enthusiasts—and possibly green startups too.
At least for now.
What’s improved and what’s still vulnerable.
The search giant humanized the Web. Now it needs to do it again.
Content blocking is bad news for the search giant.
It’s all part of Google’s latest effort to court developers.
Google’s new formats make the Internet of Things easier to build.
Little tweaks to Google’s algorithm can mean a lot…of pain.
Watch your back.
The real innovations will happen when developers see what Google has up its sleeves.
The company’s real-time analytics tool shows how fast trending topics explode—then fade.
Now you can fire off fast replies, minus the risk of sounding like a thoughtless jerk.
A standard championed by Mozilla and its rivals could supercharge the Web.
It’s all part of Google’s bid to reach its ultimate destination.
I take Google’s latest cloud photo storage service for a spin.