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OK Google! As promised at I/O, Google is beginning to push its voice-controlled smartphone assistant to cars.
While budget-conscious phones are getting better, the ZMax Pro feels stuck in the past.
Even if you don't pony up $10 a month for Play Music, you can still upload your music collection, create and save "instant" mixes," tweak your equalizer levels, set a sleep timer, and more.
The new mobile platform promises to free up space on your phone and create a collaborative environment, but at what cost?
A new design is making an appearance for some users, though it's unclear at this point how widespread the rollout is.
Keep the kids entertained all throughout the holiday season with the new Present Quest game.
The malware is contracted by downloading apps from third-party stores.
Microsoft's new Clip Layer Android app rethinks the clunky text handles and makes it easy to grab chunks of text.
Picking an Android phone can be difficult, but we're here to help. These are the top Android phones you should consider bringing home.
A Morgan Stanley estimate says Google should sell another 5 to 6 million next year, though Samsung remains the smartphone sales king.
The China-based Android phone maker looks to increase visibility and kick start sales.
The SD Association announced a new "app performance class" that will give buyers more knowledge about what to put inside their phones.
Clipboard, new languages and Incognito mode give third-party keyboard app an array of desktop-caliber features.
The Le Pro3 looks and feels like a winner, and then you begin using it and everything starts to fall apart.
The software will bring the latest features and the December security patch.