There's not any spec information, but it looks like Sony was thinking of using the next Bond movie for smartphone product placement.
It's hard enough trying to keep your family's heritage alive in this homogenous world, but at least there's a keyboard app that won't diss you for speaking two languages.
These free apps and podcasts can help you stream both modern and vintage Christmas radio from your phone or tablet.
Think of the Lollipop rumors as a wish list of sorts—almost as if Android users are begging Google to fix what's wrong with Android 5.0.
From phones to tablets to smartwatches, here's our picks for the best Android device releases of the year.
The Verge and TechRadar both sort of confirmed what we were thinking: Google will stop selling the Nexus 5 once all stock runs out. But it looks like that won't happen for several months.
This tablet has so much going for it: a sleek design, a projector built into the hinge, and a pretty good battery life. But Lenovo's Android customizations are awful.
Join Google (and us!) on January 14 and January 21 as it showcases its next-generation modular smartphone.
Material Design may be alive and well on Lollipop, but several Google Apps are still seeing minor updates every other week.
We sat down with one of Samsung's senior executives to learn more about Samsung's product strategy, why it makes so many devices, and its response to critics of its Tizen OS.
We hope so, anyway. This month, Europe will be the first to see the second-generation, dual-sided smartphone.
This doesn't excuse Samsung from releasing its Android 5.0 update any time soon, but Themes could help neutralize its chintzy interface.
The latest version of Android adds thousands of changes, but none so important as its striking new interface.
It's small, it's good looking, and it works exceptionally well.
Widgets are Android's claim to fame, and you can get more creative with them than you think.
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