Bloomberg reports that Samsung is completely giving up on using the Snapdragon 810 in its Galaxy S6 flagship device.
The YotaPhone 2 has a dual-screen personality: energetic and colorful when facing you, but passive and gray when its back is turned. Is the secondary e-ink screen just a gimmick, or does it actually improve the smartphone experience?
The Remix Ultra-Tablet is a unique Android tablet with a Windows feel that costs about half as much as a Microsoft Surface Pro 3.
Saygus, an American startup, has put together a spec list that will make any smartphone enthusiast drool. Is this the real deal or will it be vaporware?
Android Lollipop's slow adoption shows that Google and its partners have much work to do to make updates a smoother process for device buyers.
The new MediaTek MT2601 SoC sports a lower price and smaller size compared to the wearables SoC competition.
HTC's new Hot Deals program that begins today offers a $200 discount for the 16GB model of Nexus 9, but only a limited quantity is available, so hurry up and get it.
The Nexus 9 is now ready for purchase, but available units may be hard to find in the Google's Play Store. The tablets that have been pre-ordered will start shipping today, as well.
Andy Rubin quits Google after nine years of working for the company and building Android's one billion user base.
Along with a a major redesign and plenty of new features, Android Lollipop got many security enhancements as well. Here are the top five.
Google appoints VP of Engineering to lead the Chrome OS engineering team as well, in a move that shows the path to an even tighter integration between Android and Chrome OS in the future.
This year's Xperia Z3 didn't bring too much new to the tablet, other than a design refresh, but next year's Xperia Z4 seems to come with much improved hardware.
Sony, following Motorola, announced that it's going to upgrade all of its premium Xperia Z devices from 2013 and 2014 to the latest Android 5.0 version, over the coming months.
Android 5.0 Lollipop comes with new design language, big performance improvements, and many features, making it Google's most ambitious Android release ever.