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Google's new tablet isn't a Nexus, and it's ready for serious work. But will that keyboard suffice?
Not one but two new Nexus phones? A new Chromecast? The final release of Android Marshmallow? Google could do it all tomorrow.
The Blackphone 2 is designed to meet the management and security needs of enterprises, while not alienating workers who will end up using it for their personal affairs as well.
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.
Google isn't saying what it'll announce, but all indications point toward Android Marshmallow, new Nexus phones, and a revamped Chromecast.
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.
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.
You’ve got a lot more power over your Android apps than you might think. Learn how to manage an app's stored files, clean out its temporary storage "cache," keep an app from adding a shortcut on your home screen, and more.
Microsoft recently added a new lock-screen app to its stable of Android applications when it acquired the makers of Echo Notification Lockscreen.
Though Cyanogen chief executive Kirt McMaster believes Windows Phone is a dead OS, he plans to take its Cortana digital assistant and integrate it deep into the Cyanogen OS.
There are a few caveats, but perhaps Project Fi will expand beyond the oversized Nexus 6.
Google's new payment method may do a lot more than just let you pay for groceries with your phone.