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The Android One low-cost phone was first introduced in India
Google's upcoming Android M could include the ability to make Android Auto the core of a car's infotainment system, but the reality faces many obstacles.
Think of the Lollipop rumors as a wish list of sorts—almost as if Android users are begging Google to fix what's wrong with Android 5.0.
The new iPhones should have had a better front camera and the Moto G should have had LTE, among other disappointments
A study found that one out of three apps access location, while two out of three track users' identities.
A patent dispute has forced Xiaomi to stop its smartphone sales in India
Flickering LEDs can send ID tag data to phones, triggering ads or other info, at relatively high speeds.
Xiaomi, which considers India an important market, seems ready to negotiate
Google's smartwatch OS is getting a lot more pop-culture aware. And that's just the beginning of what looks to be a killer update.
Battery running dry? Android Lollipop's battery saver feature can help eke it out until you get home.
Version 5.1.11 switches up the navigation drawer and throws in some minor design tweaks.
By the the end of next year LTE smartphones will cost below $60
...And it feels like you're the last person in the entire world to get it.
A Taiwanese regulator is examining the best selling phones for alleged privacy violations
If the phone knows when to wake up and go to sleep, why even have the button at all?