This Friday Debate we talk about what we think is the best phone of the year. In a twist, we are now featuring comments from forum users, in addition to Team AA responses.
The Sprint Galaxy S5 and AT&T Galaxy Note 3 have finally received updates to Android 4.4.4.
If a new report proves correct, the AT&T Nexus 6 isn’t just carrier branded, it also is SIM locked.
Google has now launched the new Divide Productivity Preview for corporate users, though the app is invite only at the moment.
A new video (and screenshots) give us a first look at Android 5.0 Lollipop running on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Google has acquired RelativeWave, the company behind the Mac tool “Form”. Not only does Google likely have some big changes in store, they are also giving away the tool for $80.
Motorola Keylink is a new device that makes it easy to find your phone and vice versa. The FOB is priced at just $25.
According to a new report from The Information, Google is working to bring a version of its Google Play store to the Chinese market.
The Nexus 6 Naked Tough case is now in stock on Google Play, priced at $35 and shipping within 1-2 days after you order it.
Who doesn’t like free money? Right now you can send a new Wallet user as little as penny and receive a $5 credit from Google as part of their latest promo.