It's actually not that weird. Rather than using your fingerprint, this technology merely recognizes you by your vein structure.
It's been nice having OEMs make its devices, but it looks like Google's ready to take back Android's destiny into its own hands—for real this time.
As the pace of hardware innovation slows to a crawl, manufacturers must turn to real-world problem-solving to get consumers excited again.
That's the point of the Healthbox: It includes everything you need to reach your fitness goals for just $400.
The company is reportedly chatting with its OEM friends about making a phone that more "deeply" integrates its apps and services into Google's open source operating system.
But there's no need to discount it. The UA Band actually an impressive fitness gadget, made better by the accompanying app.
Verizon and Sprint users, you’ll have to wait an extra two months for Nextbit’s cloud-based Android phone.
Google’s education-focused virtual reality program is rapidly expanding worldwide, and now it includes two new places to explore.
Huawei's Millennial phone packs all the essentials: long battery life, capable camera, premium body, and lots of slots!
It’s free to enter! All you have to do is buy what you normally would with the Android Pay app.
Google's changing venues this year and keeping its annual developer's conference closer to home.
Forget a 10-inch tablet. This little device turns your TV into a 50-inch Android device.
Don't like Google Cardboard, or don't have the hardware for Gear VR? Here's another immersive alternative.
Too many dead zones in your house? The Eqo can easily and instantly clear that right up for you.
Modiface has a new app that lets you try on a wedding dress before you head out to the boutique.
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