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Google will require Android devices capable of decent cryptographic performance to enable full-disk encryption by default in order to be declared compatible with Android 6.0.
These apps make messaging from your wrist something you might actually enjoy.
Android M makes it simpler to change your default browser, phone, and SMS apps.
You can sign up now to replace your version of the Google app with the beta edition.
The Moto X is sold unlocked with high-end specs and you can customize it to your liking. That's a pretty good deal for $400.
Not a fan of Lollipop's heads-up notifications? Android Marshmallow lets you turn them off for individual apps.
No more digging through the Settings to delete an app—now you can remove it with a quick drag and drop.
Do some quality reading to get ready for your new Nexus phone or a Marshmallow update.
Here's a handful of hot new Android apps and games worth checking out this week.
The biggest changes aren't here yet, but you can get your hands on an APK that brings copy and paste for changelogs and app descriptions.
Doze mode will help save your phone's battery, but you can easily switch it off if you want.
Use your selfie cam to proclaim your greatness while blasting your way to victory.
No one wants to spend forever moving all their stuff to a new phone. Here's a quick and painless guide to get you up and running fast.
The new research uncovers how far behind the Android ecosystem is with tackling security, despite all those recent pledges about monthly patches.
A hidden feature in Android Marshmallow lets you add, remove, and rearrange shortcuts in the Quick Settings tray. Here's how to use it.