As expected, Samsung has now officially added a subscription option to its Milk streaming service, though the free version continues to be offered as well.
Instead of letting the Google I/O 2014 app go forgotten into the archives, Google has upgraded it with Material Design and Android L, and is giving it to developers as sample code for their own apps.
With it’s bold, bright and beautiful display and fast performance, Samsung has created a very good first generation Android Wear smartwatch, but is its battery life leaves enough? Check out our review!
Motorola has filed a new trademark for a “Moto Maxx”, but what is it? Is it a Verizon phone? Is it simply a Moto device with a huge battery?
Samsung has now launched the Galaxy Avant to T-Mobile’s network, bringing out a fairly decent budget phone for $216 outright.
FreedomPop is now introducing a new free data plan for tablet users as well, essentially giving users the same options as they offer for phones.
As expected, Senator Patrick Leahy recently introduced a new Senate version of the USA Freedom Act. This version of the bill was negotiated heavily by the White House and Senate and will block a number of activities by the NSA.
Google has announced it is adding Hangouts as part of the Google Apps for Business experience, also removes G+ account requirement for enterprise users with a Google Apps for Business account.
T-Mobile and Sprint have been supposedly close to a deal for some time now. But now, according to Reuters who spoke to people familiar with the matter, the merger will not occur before September.
HTC has scheduled a press event for August 19th in New York City. While HTC doesn’t clarify what the event will focus on or if it will even have anything to do with Android, it’s certainly possible that we could see their Android Wear watch.