Right now Motorola has stock available for both the Stone Leather and Black Leather version of the Moto 360.
The FCC is asking the public whether they should consider data usage allowances.
Pebble has now officially announced that it is slashing down its watch to just $99.99, while also introducing new sleep and activity tracking functionality.
Fleksy is an incredibly popular up and coming third party keyboard on Android. Today it’s received a huge update and it’s available in more places!
Samsung confirmed that some Note 4 units might feature a gap around their metal frame, though, supposedly, that’s not a defect manufacturing, as we first believed.
Speaking at XDA Devcon, Sony’s Alin Jerpelea talks about how he plans to support more AOSP ROMs for Sony smartphones.
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong are using mass chat app FireChat to coordinate even without a cellular or Wi-Fi connection. But using apps from unknown sources could pose privacy issues, or worse.
Alcatel will be releasing its 6 inch Pop Mega smartphone next month, which comes with a sidekick Buddy phone to make taking calls a little more manageable.
The user guide/manual for the Note 4 (SM-N910) is now available on Samsung’s website, in English and German versions.
One of Samsung’s upcoming partially metal mid-range handsets, the Galaxy A3, has passed through China’s TENAA, complete with images and hardware specifications.
Sony has launched a new Xperia Z3 marketing campaign under the slogan “Don’t settle for good. Demand great.” Highlighting Sony gear with inspirational real world success stories.
Interested in picking up a decent smartwatch on the cheap? While it might not be Android Wear, the Pebble is still a solid choice and at $99.99 it’s extremely affordable as well.