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Your comparison shopping may soon get a lot easier with all of the new content discovery tools that are on their way.
Google released a new batch of Android patches, fixing over 20 critical flaws in Android's own components and in chipset-specific drivers from different manufacturers.
With this new feature, the popular photo-sharing app hopes to become your default camera roll.
A mockup reveals a rear fingerprint sensor, no camera bump, and new on-screen navigation buttons.
Android was once a big part of Intel's plans in mobile devices, but the company is paying much less attention to the OS.
The game uses your smartphone's camera, sensors, and location-sharing capabilities to put Nintendo's characters in the real world.
The Xperia X comes in three different models, and the Xperia X Performance is the only one that comes with specs like the competition.
A quick comparison of Sony's mid-ranger and high-ender.
Google's all-seeing eye can pull up some surprising finds when you put Now on Tap to work.
While the modular concept was interesting, the G5 hasn't kept pace with other Android smartphones.
WebVR support is a work in progress for the Chromium project, which could one day change how we browse the Internet.
Attackers can exploit vulnerabilities in Android devices with Qualcomm chipsets in order to extract the encrypted keys that protect users' data and run brute-force attacks against them.
You know that Google, your service provider, and Facebook follow what you do on your phone. But what about your employer, your spouse, or a criminal? Find out if you have spyware on your Android phone and what to do about it.
Enjoy the holiday weekend by checking out some new Android apps and games.
This flagship offers a bigger screen, higher resolution, and larger battery capacity in comparison to the smaller "Sailfish" model.
There's a lot packed into the Shield Android TV update, including support for Netflix HDR streaming, Vudu 4k videos, and other performance improvements.