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.
A new report claims that Motorola’s Nexus will go by the name Nexus 6 and will offer up a 5.9-inch QHD display, a 3200+ mAh battery, a 13MP OIS shooter and even the same metallic frame as the new Moto X.
A new post from Google gives us some new details regarding Android Auto, including the fact that developers will have some restrictions when it comes to the customization of their app’s UI.
EE has come under criticism for having new issues with their wireless data usage meters.
A few new details related to Ara have come to light, such as the fact it will allow hot-swapping of nearly every component (except stuff like screen and CPU). The OS of choice will be a modified version of Android L.
Droid Turbo has now been spotted on GFXBench, packing a 5.2-inch QHD display, and a Snapdragon 805 CPU with 3GB RAM.
The Com 1 Android Wear smartwatch project has now been pulled from Indiegogo, after Google filled a rights violation against the device.
Google has now announced that Photoshop is coming to Chromebooks, though it will initially be limited to US-based Adobe education customers with a paid Creative Cloud membership.
OnePlus’ Carl Pei and David S. answered questions about OnePlus One, the upcoming OnePlus Two, and other product categories that the startup is considering.
The study shows that tablet ownership increased to 50 percent in 2013.