Android development is hard work—made harder by the new set of design guidelines Google's put forth. So what it's like to make an app?
Look out Apple Watch: From Hello Kitty and Moomin, to Lulu Frost and Cynthia Rowley, Android Wear's watch face variety just keeps growing.
It may look bulky and cheap on the outside, but its 1080p screen, generous storage options, and solid performance is worth its $300 price tag.
It’s the blockbuster hit from Microsoft that you’ve been waiting for. Maybe.
Android’s always been particularly community oriented, and now Google’s leveraging that aspect of it to help it make its mobile operating system more secure.
It's easy to fall into the bloat-y app trap if you're an Android manufacturer, but Chau insisted throughout our interview that Motorola resists the urge.
It's the same fight after every keynote: Who stole what from whom and which company does it better?
It's safer than driving with your phone in your hand, but app support and reliability have a long way to go.
This mid-range device is sold unlocked and bundled with a heaping of awesome features—but it runs on KitKat and only works with two of the U.S.'s major carriers.
On the surface, the technology is very forward facing, but a deeper dive into it reveals that it's simply another another crazy idea from Google you won't be able to use any time soon.
Sure, it was cool. But will kids really be into Google Cardboard app?
Google's new mobile payments system isn't too complicated. If anything, it's essentially an updated version of Google Wallet.
Android is the dominant mobile operating system, but Google can't rest if it wants it to stay that way.
The date is nearly upon us: Google's annual developer's conference is taking place May 28-29 and it's going to be full of surprises.
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