Don't-Miss Android Stories
Keep your gadgets topped off on the go.
Switching from iOS to Android can mean leaving some things behind. If you're worried about losing features like Find My Friends and iMessage's desktop abilities, these helpful Android apps can bridge the gap.
You'll get real-time typing notifications, messaging over Wi-Fi, and other features that will make SMS work a lot more like iMessage.
Google is using Google's Jump platform to create a nine-episode virtual reality video series.
Actually, we have seven apps this week, but please don't hold it against us.
The latest research from Strategy Analytics paints a picture of dominance for Google's mobile operating system.
Google's Adrian Ludwig says the Pixel and Android's open ecosystem make for a better security situation than the competition.
The company is teaming up with Indiegogo and Verizon to for the campaign, with winners able to score funding for their ideas.
There's no way to review Google Home in isolation. This hyper-aware voice-activated speaker is an Amazon Echo clone, but improves upon the original concept.
Using the USB-C port, you can recharge this pack in just a few hours.
It’s not going to appeal to everyone, but for someone who needs something that can take a beating, the ToughJuice is willing and able.
The Tronsmart Presto will get the job done, and recharges in little time, but there are better packs available.
A battery pack you can easily slip into a purse or backpack and not have to worry about extra bulk.
As one of Anker’s biggest battery packs, the PowerCore+ offers enough juice to charge your devices in style.
It looks more like a brick, but Aukey 30000 PowerBank has QuickCharge 3.0, USB-C, and a flashlight.