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More than just another flip case, HTC's Dot View case offers lots of software features and customization options.
Japan's Weathernews is giving out atmospheric sensors to improve its crowdsourced weather app
These are the new and updated Android apps worth digging into this week.
Asus has been focusing on selling more smartphones, and is targeting markets worldwide. HTC might make for a nice addition.
Your Android phone can remember your complex, hard-to-type passwords for you. Here's how to set it up.
The feature is being targeted towards emerging markets to help reduce data usage.
There are floating action buttons galore and lots of interface tweaks, but the lack of tablet support shows it's not yet ready for prime time.
Not everyone agrees that Android malware seriously threatens security. But taking precautions is still a good idea.
It's easy to fall into the bloat-y app trap if you're an Android manufacturer, but Chau insisted throughout our interview that Motorola resists the urge.
When Siri arrives as part of iOS 9 this fall, it'll be with new features that should make Google Now and Cortana take notice. Here are the standouts, from Spotlight to deeper app integration and more.
It's an invitation-only initiative, so sign up now if you want to check out new features before they're released widely.
The polished photo gallery may inspire you to share more of your pictures with the Google Maps community.
While this test doesn't address day-to-day usage, it's still a hopeful sign that Android M may finally brings us better battery life.
The new app will let Android switchers transfer all kinds of data and media from their old phone to a new iPhone.
The mobile industry group says Berkeley's new city law violates retailers' freedom of speech.