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Why leave your cocktail to chance? The Monsieur bartending robot, powered by an on-board Android tablet, can mix a drink for you.
Dude you're getting a Dell Android tablet.
Google has removed an application from its Play store that purported to be AdBlock Plus, a well-known application that blocks online ads.
A thorough examination of a leaked version of the next Gmail Android app suggests ads are finally hitting your mobile inbox.
A new Google research project has developed a hardware-free way to project your smartphone screen to a connected display.
Loaded with more pixels than you'll know what to do with, the new Fire tablets also include 'X-Ray' features for second-screen TV viewing and a 'Mayday' button for real-time video tech support.
You don't need a new phone—you just need a phone makeover.
The low price point may tempt you, but if you really want a good phone that’s comfortable outdoors, you’ll want to look to its more capable competitors to get the job done right.
The productivity suite for iOS and Android, which Google acquired last year, lets users create and edit Microsoft Office files on their mobile devices.
ROM maker Cyanogen Inc. now looks to be the third major mobile OS.
If your phone is stolen, you can lock it, and change its password, from a website.
The harrowing tale of how Nokia once considered ditching Microsoft for Google.
A new UI, and a handful of new features, are included in the latest Drive update.
Android malware is following in the footsteps of Windows malware with attackers adopting some of the same distribution and monetization techniques despite the major differences between the platforms.