Google and Lenovo announced today that the $2.9 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility has been completed. Starting today, Motorola, the pioneer of mobile phones and one of the most iconic brands in consumer electronics, is a fully owned subsidiary of Lenovo.
Remember Google Stars, the cloud-based bookmark manager replacement that leaked in “dogfood” form back in May? It looks like it’s finally ready for the spotlight, albeit under a different and less inspiring name – Bookmark Manager.
The Nexus 6 is now available for pre-order in the Play Store, starting from $649 and shipping from November 21.
Too much disposable income? No problem. This gold-plated Note 4 edition can relieve you of $2,000 in an instant.
The oppo N3 has just been announced. Here’s what you need to know about the Oppo N3’s specs, features, and design.
With a giant battery, fast charging technology, powerful innards, and a high-resolution camera, Verizon’s Droid Turbo looks like a phone that Droid fans should look forward to.
Google is making free the first minute of calls to 25 countries around the world. The promo is valid for “most calls” to the destinations listed in this post, until the end of 2014.
CEO Pete Lau told Chinese media that OnePlus has established its own ROM development team, and that one version of the OnePlus Two will ship with an Android implementation that is developed in-house.
With Microsoft’s new Office 365 APIs, Android developers will be able to access and work with mail, calendars, contacts, and documents across Office 365 cloud services summing over 400 petabytes of data.
The Chromecast has a new and formidable competitor in the Amazon Fire TV Stick, shipping from November for $39.