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A joint DOJ-FTC investigation of Google's Android licensing deals may be in the offing.
BlackBerry's rumored 'Venice' phone now has an official name, but not much else in the way of official details.
In the latest update, you can also jump directly into apps from a link and swipe to close tabs on tablets.
There are also several visual tweaks that make the app fit in better with Android design.
Books, magazines, anime, and more: all-you-can-consume subscriptions beyond Netflix and Spotify.
While Inbox will do fabulously as your go-to email app, there are a few features that it needs to borrow from Gmail.
Google isn't saying what it'll announce, but all indications point toward Android Marshmallow, new Nexus phones, and a revamped Chromecast.
Play Music gets gapless playback for streaming over a Chromecast, while Gmail includes hints of rich text formatting and deeper calendar integration.
Here's a look at the new and updated apps and games worth grabbing this week.
The rather crowded fitness market is getting yet another competitor to help you track all your activity.
Microsoft may have just a single-digit slice of the mobile market, but there's one segment of mobile it's winning: Malware infections delivered via mobile networks.
Microsoft is making a bigger push for its simplified email messaging platform by bringing Send to Android.
Apple never appreciated you anyway, right? This guide will make your move easier.
You can protect yourself with a PIN or pattern, but it's another example of why all manufacturers need to get on board with monthly updates.
Verizon is no stranger to issues with unlocked devices, though the company pledges a quick fix.