The company plans to launch two more Android phones this year before it decides to quit the device business.
Samsung's helper app gets a massive makeover, which also includes a new community feature allowing you to seek help from other loyal Galaxy users.
The new SoundCloud Go is reminiscent of what Spotify and Tidal offer, though the company's music offerings are vastly limited in comparison.
The smartphone is already pegged by some as HTC's 'most advanced smartphone ever.'
It's too expensive, and too small, to do much damage to Android's rapid growth.
You might know Spradlin from his blog posts at Android Police, but he's also a major advocate for what he calls 'mutative design' in user interfaces.
LG seriously beefed up the performance of its flagship phone compared to last year.
The Galaxy S6 Edge felt like an experiment, but this year's curved flagship proves the Edge has some staying power after all.
The build is less complete and released earlier than in the past, all in an effort to help developers and device makers get updates out sooner.
Body, brains, and brawn: This is still the Android flagship that does it all.
A press conference isn't all just fun and games, though Samsung's Inception-inspired keynote might have steered you otherwise.
Each year, Google sets up a shrubbery-laden outdoor funhouse for Android lovers. It’s too much fun.
We caught up with Nextbit's CEO and Chief Product and Design Officer about Robin's design, why it eliminated the app drawer, and what’s next in the pipeline.
The Japanese company gets some credit for attempting to innovate, but better luck next time.
Sony has a bad habit of announcing phones and then never launching them in the U.S. Apparently, that's not the case this time around—at least for one of the devices.