It seems Google is gearing up for the release of a new communication service dubbed “Copresence” that will reportedly make it easy to share files, pictures and other data with those nearby.
AT&T first announced plans to raise up its data allotments on select plans earlier today, and it didn’t take Verizon long to offer up a similar promotion.
For this Friday Debate we discuss Samsung’s slump in sales and what they can do differently (if anything) to turn it all around.
A new ruling in Virginia essentially makes it possible for police officers to force you to reveal evidence on your locked smartphone — providing you use fingerprint unlock as opposed to a passcode.
Sprint’s new leasing program will let you pick up a Galaxy S5 or GS5 Sport for nothing down, with 24 months of $20 payments.
Andy Rubin, the Android head and current Google robotics leader, is leaving Google with plans to start an “incubator for startups interested in building technology-hard products”.
A new update to Google Play Books brings material design improvements and a new skim-reading feature that is designed with non-fiction reading in mind.
Arguably one of the best PC RPGs in history, Icewind Dale has now arrived to Android. The game can be yours for $10 via Google Play.
A newly leaked T-Mobile document points to a November 17th launch for Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge in the United States.
Before pulling them down, Amazon published several listings showing off a new champagne (gold) Moto 360 with two metal band sizes (18mm and 23mm), as well as new bands for existing 360 devices.