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The mobile industry group says Berkeley's new city law violates retailers' freedom of speech.
It's the same fight after every keynote: Who stole what from whom and which company does it better?
New tools will make it possible to run applications on Apple Watch
An increased focus on affordable smartphones running Android has left smaller OSes behind
Android and Windows are totally different operating systems. But that doesn't mean they can't work together on the same machine.
Computex struggles to find its focus in the midst of the PC's decline.
It's mostly games and entertainment this week, but that's a nice change of pace.
Wireless carriers say you don't actually want unlimited data, and they're totally spot-on.
It's safer than driving with your phone in your hand, but app support and reliability have a long way to go.
Should you buy a GearVR? Probably not. Should you try a GearVR? Absolutely. As soon as you possibly can.
You can now quickly tap into Google's search prowess for individual words and phrases.
This mid-range device is sold unlocked and bundled with a heaping of awesome features—but it runs on KitKat and only works with two of the U.S.'s major carriers.
Send data from your desktop to your phone using Google search--everything from reminders and notes to setting an alarm, and even finding a lost Android device.
Microsoft made the move even though people all over the world are increasingly choosing smartphones