All those apps you have installed on your phone or tablet? They'll be able to route information directly through Google Now.
Samsung's mobile business isn't doing so hot, so now is the time to borrow tactics from rivals—again.
Intel's director of open source software and marketing, Alexis Crowell, offers a bit of insight on how Intel sees itself as a player in the Android space.
Is this the year that Qualcomm is dethroned as one of the mobile industry's top chip makers?
Upload digital books you've purchased elsewhere to have 'em available wherever you go.
A stunning tablet only slightly marred by the inclusion of Intel's first-generation RealSense depth camera.
Whether you use Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, or OneDrive, you can manage all of them through one easy app.
Lee Don-tae may be a man with credentials, but whether he can do wonderful things for Samsung's product design is another thing entirely.
It's still just a prototype, but Google has lofty plans for its latest experiment—and it's giving Puerto Rico the first go at it.
Some in the press say the sky is falling, after the latest Google chart shows Lollipop has a low adoption rate.
Tile's pretty neat, until the battery dies and you have to buy a replacement.
The app update also lets you peruse through your Card history and control how loud urgent alerts are.
Lenovo and Motorola won't have a joint device out for some time, but both companies are already benefitting off of one another.
The Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint previews for your Android tablet are now available to download from the Google Play store, even if you don't have an invite.
It's a party for developers at Sony's CES 2015 keynote and Sony isn't holding anything back.
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