Google unveiled two new Nexus phones, an updated version of its Chromecast dongle and an audio-only version of the Chromecast at a press event in San Francisco today. This was Google's largest dedicat
Amidst a flurry of announcements today, Google debuted not one but two new Chromecasts - one that works just like the original Chromecast, and an audio-only version meant to be plugged into your exist
Google officially unveiled the Nexus 6P, the successor to its somewhat underwhelming Nexus 6 phone today. The company designed the phone in partnership with Huawei and after today's event, we had a ch
Today, Google held a massive event to announce a few new products. In particular, the company two new flagship Nexus phones — the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. But that’s not all, Google also unv
Google has announced it's working on a 10.2 inch tablet called the Pixel C at its Nexus event in SF today. The slate was revealed by product management exec Andrew Bowers, who talked up both the "play
Every platform and device needs a "killer app." For Google's brand new Chromecast and Chromecast Audio, that killer app might just be music streaming app Spotify. Today, at Google's big event, alon
Before unveiling <a href="https://develop.techcrunch.com/tag/googlenexus15">two new Chromecasts</a>, Google gave an update on the existing Chromecast. It seems like everyone and their dogs have a Chro
Google is ready to take over your living room. The company has announced version 2 of its Chromecast product, along with a new Chromecast Audio, which turns any speaker with an AUX in into an Internet
Google is expanding its <a target="_blank" href="https://play.google.com/music/">Google Play Music</a> service with a new family plan. The company announced at its <a href="https://develop.techcrunch.
Today, Google Photos announced that users have already uploaded 50 billion photos and videos. The product launched about four months ago, being pulled out of Google+ as a standalone product. The team
Google first announced Android 6.0 Marshmallow at its I/O developer conference earlier this year. At the time, the new version of Android was still codenamed Android M. As part of its launch event for
As expected, Google today announced a new version of its Nexus 5 Android phone, the successor of what has likely been the most popular of the company's Nexus phones. Prices start at $379 for the 16GB
Last November, we were introduced to the Nexus 6. At the time, our own Greg Kumparak referred to it as a "A Big, Beautiful, Cumbersome Beast." It was a huge step in the life of the Nexus phones, as it
Google's mobile platform now has 1.4 billion 30-day active users globally. Google CEO Sundar Pichai revealed the new Android-related data point at its Nexus event in San Francisco today.
Google is holding a press event in San Francisco today. The company's invite-only event promised "tasty new treats," but according to the latest rumors, Google will unveil two new Nexus phones today: