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The company is reportedly chatting with its OEM friends about making a phone that more "deeply" integrates its apps and services into Google's open source operating system.
With a change to some of the service's APIs, you won't be prompted to connect your account every time you launch a new game.
It's thousands less than the high-end Apple Watch, though the S2 body is stainless steel instead of solid gold.
Here's a look at the week's biggest new Android apps and games.
Google is still investigating other Gmail issues with Nexus devices, so you may have to try some workarounds until a fix arrives.
Verizon and Sprint users, you’ll have to wait an extra two months for Nextbit’s cloud-based Android phone.
You can direct Android to switch between portrait and landscape orientations whenever you rotate your phone or tablet.
Android boasts a series of handy shortcuts for everything from taking a screenshot to silencing notifications.
The Google app will give you the forecast, air quality, and other key stats for your current location or anywhere worldwide.
Whether you have a Samsung, Motorola, LG, HTC, or Nexus, here's a rundown of all the latest news and rumors about when Marshmallow is coming your way.
Find out how much you’ve expanded your vocabulary or which are your favorite Emojis in this update to SwiftKey’s beta Android app.
Google has developed a patch for a recently reported vulnerability in the Linux kernel and shared it with Android manufacturers.
Skype wants to make it easier to schedule that Skype call you've been meaning to have with your mother.
Embrace the spirit of Android by adding more style and functionality to your home screen with these apps.