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The mobile industry group says Berkeley's new city law violates retailers' freedom of speech.
The rugged, new phone is able to withstand four-foot drops and 30 minutes underwater.
An increased focus on affordable smartphones running Android has left smaller OSes behind
Computex struggles to find its focus in the midst of the PC's decline.
This mid-range device is sold unlocked and bundled with a heaping of awesome features—but it runs on KitKat and only works with two of the U.S.'s major carriers.
Microsoft made the move even though people all over the world are increasingly choosing smartphones
The Aquaris E5 HD Ubuntu Edition will cost $220 when it starts shipping in Europe later this month
Despite some prominent overheating issues, the Snapdragon 810 will power the 3-D tracking phones.
PaperBeacon sends location IDs to mobile devices and could be used in restaurants and schools
New app permissions, Android Pay, a floating clipboard toolbar, and a bunch of new dev tools are under the hood in the newest build of Android.
Both products are concept devices
The ride-sharing startup has big ambitions in a hotly competitive field
The Ohio State University researchers are working with startup Nikola Labs to commercialize the technology
Google has some interesting Nexus plans for 2015 including two different smartphones, but no tablet.
An image-processing feature adds copied frames to videos for slow-motion effects