Yesterday the NPD Group released a report that shows Google’s Android OS now dominates 33% of the U.S. market share with RIM’s BlackBerry OS trailing in second with 28% and Apple steady at 22%.
Now that it has received FCC approval for sale, the Nexus Player is back on sale through Google Play.
The Moto 360 has returned to Google Play after being sold out for a number of weeks.
While designed for release with Android 5.0, the leaked Google Messenger app actually works just fine with KitKat. Join us as we take a look at the new UI.
Spotify has announced a new Family package allowing family members to have full features for less than a standard subscription.
Nothing stays private on the internet, and the least so firmware and APKs that are eagerly anticipated by hordes of frenzied Nexus warriors.
Today, the popular ticket selling and event browsing app SeatGeek received an update to 2.0 which brings a lot of new customization features!
There’s a good chance Xposed for Lollipop will work, but that’s not a certainty, and, if it eventually happens, it won’t be anytime soon.
A leaked promotional video for an unreleased Gmail update reveals a redesigned user interface and built-in support for Outlook and Yahoo email accounts.
A source suggests that HTC will be bringing Android Lollipop to a wide selection of its smartphones in 2015, but MediaTek handsets might miss out.
The Sony Xperia Z3 is set to arrive in-stores and online through T-Mobile on October 29th, with presales beginning on October 15th.
Google has taken a step towards improving the app search experience with the addition of a ratings-based filter.
This week was the closest thing to Christmas we have in the Android World. After a long, long summer, Google finally gave Android L a name (hello, Lollipop!) and launched the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. Packing... new features and a beautiful design language, Lollipop is coming from early November to Nexus devices and the rest of the ecosystem. Meanwhile, the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 impressed with top specifications, th...