Don't-Miss Android Stories
The tweaks will feel pretty familiar if you're a regular user of Google Maps on Android.
All the big changes happened in Lollipop. Now it's Marshmallow's turn is to show the world how useful and personal Android can be.
Controlling your new Chromecast also goes beyond the Chromecast app itself. There are dozens of Android and iOS apps that'll work hand-in-hand with Chromecast. All you need to know is which button to tap. Learn how to find videos with your voice, "cast" your screen to your TV, share your Chromecast with guests, and more.
EA Sports and Chillingo discounted some of their more popular titles, like Dead Space, Contre Jour, and Need for Speed: Most Wanted.
Here's another selection of useful apps and amusing games to check out.
Will we see the end of BlackBerry phones before 2016 is out? Maybe, but the company could try its hand at Android handsets first.
The newest Android keyboard taps into neural network technology, which tries to work similarly to a human brain.
The enormous device just passed through FCC certification, which means it could be on a (very large) shelf soon.
Android users in more than 20 countries have been infected with a particularly aggressive malware program that bombards devices with unwanted advertisements.
CrossOver and Wine have long been famous for helping Windows software run on Linux, and now they're coming to Android.
Street View 2.0 lets you examine 360-degree imagery through the immersive world of Virtual Reality.
A pressure-sensitive display will open up another layer of interaction beyond the usual staple of touches and swipes.
Big Red was the lone carrier that didn't jump on board Samsung's quest to push its way into the mobile payments space.
Despite a successful week of using Samsung Pay and Android Pay, I'm still a little wary about leaving my wallet at home.