This new approach to lens technology could put optical zoom cameras into every smartphone around, no matter how thick, or thin, the mobile device is. Beyond the smartphone, this tech could help reduce the size of lenses for traditional photography as well.
The Android team has pushed out a DevBytes video all about Android 5.0 Lollipop. ART runtime, 64-bit architecture, power improvements and better notifications await.
This weekend only, get the new Moto X (2014) for just $49 with a Verizon contract through the Motorola Moto Maker website. An awesome price for an awesome phone, but is it enough to commit to a two-year contract?
The Sony SmartWatch 3 has landed in the Google Play Store with a $250 price tag. Sadly, we cannot purchase it yet, but we imagine “Coming Soon” won’t be too far down the road.
Google Keyboard is rolling out an update – v3.2 brings more than just bug fixes and a cleaner settings menu, 8 new languages will give India much to cheer about.
Google has released their Q3 2014 numbers, revenue is up, but both GOOG and GOOGL stock prices are down, what is going on?
Inspired by Android Lollipop, we put Tasker to work to create our own simple pop up Notifications. A basic starter project on the road to taking total control of your notifications.
Plex is not only launching on new services lately, but they’ve landed themselves alongside YouTube and Netflix on the new Nexus Player, Android TV media player.
Sony has updated their listing for the Xperia Z3 Compact. It is still $529 on Pre-Order, but the added November 3rd shipping date gives us something to look forward to.
Here are the first couple official Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 promo videos. Come check them out, and let us know, are you liking what you are seeing?