Razer attacks living room with a new micro-console and the holy grail of living room PC gaming: a lapboard.
A trio of former Googlers try to make Android more work-friendly, with help from a familiar-looking hybrid.
Saygus, whose V1 phone made it through Verizon certification, now has a second model that looks absolutely incredible -- at least on paper.
The Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint previews for your Android tablet are now available to download from the Google Play store, even if you don't have an invite.
Developer of the Ubi voice-controlled computer announces a free Android and iOS app that lets you create text messages with your voice.
Free or premium, breezy or in-depth—these are the essential games from this year.
New developer tools should improve the Play Store and Android game experiences, because Google wants you to play more, of course.
A tech company as big as Google is bound to do some amazing things every year, but it's also not immune to failure. Let's look back at where the search giant went right and wrong in 2014.
Many Play Store titles cost less than $1, while Amazon is giving away $220 worth of apps for free.
The company is also throwing a contest to name its newest custom ROM.