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The Shanghai Consumer Council is demanding that Samsung make the bloatware removable.
The second half of 2015 looks as exciting as the first for smartphone buyers
The web is great and all, but these Android apps rise above the performance and quality of their web-only cousins.
Xiaomi sold 34.7 million smartphones in the first six months of 2015
Go directly into specific tasks like setting a reminder, texting a family member, or identifying the name of a song.
Xiaomi is tapping Foxconn to build its phones in a local factory to reduce costs
Huawei announced two new products for its Honor brand
The apps will run on Red Hat's new mobile application platform
Bing Rewards is Microsoft's way of gently pulling iOS and Android users away from their native search engines, with a new look for Bing that complements its paid rewards.
Enough about all those iOS exclusives. It's time to celebrate apps that show off the type of features only possible on Android.
You put it in your pocket and sat on it. Whoops.
Can’t wait to try out Google’s next sweet mobile OS treat? Just follow these instructions—as long as you have a Nexus phone or tablet.
Such a partnership would be a win-win for both Google and Huawei, which have mutually beneficial goals in mind.
Game Recorder+ lets you create Twitch-style clips, as long as you're using a Samsung device.
The Neo N2 does a good job at taking digital notes, but it’s lacking some extraordinary features to make it worth its high price tag.