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The leap to version 1.0 is also bringing several performance and playback improvements to Apple's streaming service.
The new initiative with the weird name is designed to quickly grant you entry into your Android apps.
This isn't a bad tablet for the price, but the Verizon contract discount isn't a good deal.
It's the company's first subscription service for everyone, costing you $1 per month for neatly packaged notifications.
It's another sign that Google is planning to add more exclusive software tricks to differentiate the Nexus line.
The effort will branch out beyond just news sites, though it will mean web developers will need to support yet another standard.
For Chrome OS to really be the new Windows, it's going to need some apps that perform like they belong on the desktop.
Looking to measure your gains? This could be the perfect smartwatch for doing so if you don't mind its bulky, bro-y design.
Not sure which team to join? Don't know the difference between a regular Poké Ball and a Great Ball? And where do these Pokémon hang out? This guide is here to help.
The latest version of Google Play won't effect your day-to-day use right now, but it teases us as to what soon will be.
Wondering what the Vulkan API is all about on mobile? If you're getting a Note 7, you can finally experience it firsthand.
The hardware and software to make iris scanning a key feature is now in place for smartphones and PCs.
This major redesign to Android's launcher kills off the app drawer button and pushes you to interact more regularly with Google Now.
Like the Galaxy S7, the Note 7 will ship in two versions: one with a Qualcomm Snapdragon, one with Exynos.
The Note 7 is a polished productivity machine, but sticks to a familiar formula that's always served Samsung's Note line well.
The Galaxy Note 7 is not a major improvement over its predecessor, but it offers so much more than other smartphones in its pricing class.