Placing your basic contact info on your Android device lock screen is a great way to help a stranger return your misplaced device. Let’s take a quick look at how that is done.
Google has introduced their Navigation Transitions API, which focuses on bringing the animations and transitions of Material Design over to the web. Check out the video here.
If your normal alarm is boring, come build your own music alarm clock with Tasker, complete with sleep timer, so you can go to sleep to your tunes as well.
Corning puts the boys from Mythbusters to work showing off Gorilla Glass and other technologies. Calling this the Glass Age, these two videos are fun and informative.
Google and China have come to an arrangement, allowing Chinese developers to create developer accounts and offer paid apps through the Google Play Store. But when will Chinese consumers get to download apps from the Play Store?
This new Indiegogo campaign looks to use wearable technology to help you track your eating habits. BitBite will be your personal eating coach, complete with reminders to slow down and chew your food proper.
ZTE is on a roll, Strategy Analytics is reporting a 42 percent year-over-year growth in smartphone shipments for the Chinese manufacturer. 15 percent YTD growth.
Google Play Service 6.5 has begun rolling out to Android devices. New features coming for Google Maps, Google Fit, Wallet and better integration with Drive.
The folks at DxOMark have reviewed the camera on the Nexus 6, and it is good. Head on in to find out just how good the 13MP sensor holds up versus the 16MP and larger competitors.
Sony has tipped their hand, releasing AOSP Android 5.0 Lollipop source code for most of the Xperia line. This may not be the OS you want, but it means ROMS will be here soon.