Another day, another show of Verizon’s capriciousness: an update to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean began unceremoniously rolling out to Motorola Xoom LTE owners this morning.
Google’s begun a broader, referral-based rollout of Glass, but you have to be friends with a Google Glass Explorer to take advantage.
Nvidia’s hotly anticipated Shield is launching tomorrow! Are you excited? Planning to purchase one? Let us know by voting in our poll!
Google removed Control Center, an imitation of the revamped iOS 7 quick settings menu, from the Play Store following a copyright complaint from Apple.
Though it’s nary been out a day, the famed collective behind the third-party recovery tool TWRP has already made a version compatible with Google’s latest and greatest.
If rumors are to be believed, Sony’s next flagship Android smartphone, the Xperia i1 Honami, will include a number of hardware features to help differentiate it from the competition.
Looking for a good deal on Sprint? Look no further than their new BOGO promo: buy one Galaxy S4 or S3, get a second one free.
Anxious to begin flinging videos from Chrome to your TV? Soon-to-be Chromecast owners can now download the browser extension that enables that functionality.
Apple and Samsung have been experiencing difficulty manufacturing fingerprint scanners on a mass scale.
The CyanogenMod team has, with the help of prolific Android developer Koushick Dutta (Koush), merged a workaround that allows any application to send SMS messages through the Google Voice app.