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Tired of re-copying the same text? SwiftKey's new clipboard may vastly simplify your life.
It appears to be an A/B test for now, but if you're one of the lucky ones, Now on Tap may get a lot more useful.
It's the first in a long list of Chromebooks scheduled to get access to Google Play's catalogue of over one million apps.
Are smartphones killing conversations, or enhancing them?
Next time you're about to fire off a tweet, you can instead decide to go live with just a couple of taps.
It's a rather unusual choice for such a key feature, but AT&T says that it's coming to more Android devices soon.
It's part of a batch of four new phones marketed towards those who crave longer battery life and a slim build.
At $249.99, Asus' new ZenPad Z8 tablet with Android could make one ponder why they should buy Apple's iPad Mini 4, which starts at $399.
While bringing the Play Store to Chromebooks presents a lot of opportunity, in some ways it means heading back to the drawing board.
You won't have to wait weeks after Android N's release to find out if your favorite apps are compatible.
Own a Robin? Want to test out future software updates and don't mind if they're buggy? You're in luck.
What has OnePlus learned from a few difficult years as a smartphone maker? We talked to OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei to find out.
Zap cached app files in a single tap, clear the Downloads folder, delete unneeded offline maps, take charge of music downloads, and more.
If you're a heavy user of Facebook's chat app, this might be the best way to keep all your conversations in one place.