Armando RodriguezAssistant Editor, PCWorld

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Armando is an Android nerd, covering both apps and phones, and a former programmer. He is also a world-class heckler on Twitter.

The Canopy Sensus case lets you touch your phone all over

Sensus adds touch sensitivity to the back and right edge of your iPhone.


Lenovo's new line of Android phones will make you want to move to Russia

Lenovo's new line of Android phones drew the biggest crowd at Sunday's CES Unveiled.

Windows Phone loses access to Google Maps

Windows Phone users can no longer access Google Maps via their phone's web browser.


Applorer is Xbox Live for Android

Applorer's latest update turns the app into the Android equivalent of Xbox Live.


This Internet Life: Misplaced Tumblr users take over Mashable

Mashable's comment section gets taken over by Tumblr fans.


Snapseed brings advanced photo editing tools to Android

Snapseed is released for Android.


The best smartphones you can buy right now

Looking for an upgrade? These are the best smartphones you can currently buy, by carrier.


Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault review

Full Frontal Assault combines traditional Ratchet & Clank gameplay with tower defense strategy.

HTC Droid DNA review: Stellar screen, bad battery life

The HTC Droid DNA boasts an impressive screen but suffers from bad battery life.


Google Nexus 4 review: Great specs, but bad battery life

Google's Nexus 4 provides a lot of power for a low, contract-free price, but its battery life disappoints.


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Hurricane Sandy shuts down Google's Android event

Google has canceled its Android event scheduled for Monday morning in New York because its venue is in the evacuation zone for the approaching Hurricane Sandy.


Samsung Galaxy Note II

Review: Samsung Galaxy Note II defined by its pen

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is a standout smartphone with impressive specs, but its larger size can be a deal breaker.


Review: The LG Optimus G

The LG Optimus G has beefy specs and a vibrant display, but poor call quality and other quirks keep it from being the best phone around.


What you need to know about BlackBerry 10

Not sure what to make of BlackBerry 10? We answer your questions about Research In Motion's upcoming OS update after Tuesday's preview.

Up close with BlackBerry 10

Research In Motion is showing off the latest build of its BlackBerry 10 platform, and Armando Rodriguez gets a close-up look at some of the features the company has planned for its mobile OS.