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All the big changes happened in Lollipop. Now it's Marshmallow's turn is to show the world how useful and personal Android can be.
Will we see the end of BlackBerry phones before 2016 is out? Maybe, but the company could try its hand at Android handsets first.
Android users in more than 20 countries have been infected with a particularly aggressive malware program that bombards devices with unwanted advertisements.
A pressure-sensitive display will open up another layer of interaction beyond the usual staple of touches and swipes.
Whether you have a Samsung, Motorola, LG, HTC, or Nexus, we run down all the latest news and rumors about when Marshmallow is coming your way.
Big Red was the lone carrier that didn't jump on board Samsung's quest to push its way into the mobile payments space.
Google has issued patches for two new Stagefright-related software vulnerabilities, one of which affects Android versions going back to 2008 and puts millions of users at risk.
If you don't want to wait for an over-the-air update, go grab the software right now for the Nexus 5, 6, 7, 9, and Player.
The 2014 AT&T and Verizon versions of the Moto X also are left out, a major disappointment to those who may have to look for a new device if they want the latest version of Android.
Can’t wait to try out Google’s next sweet mobile OS treat? Just follow these instructions—as long as you have a Nexus phone or tablet.
We'll have 12 special Android Marshmallow figurines to give away. Winning one couldn't be easier.
With Google adding in so many new services, Motorola decides it's time to get out of the way.
Microsoft and Asus expand a previous patent licensing deal that includes an agreement to put Office apps on Asus Android smartphones and tablets.
The company announced two new devices, hot off the heels of its Nexus 5X launch earlier this week.
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