The Nexus 9 will be announced tomorrow according to a Google source. The device will be the first to come out with Android L on board and also the first to use a 64-bit Denver CPU from Nvidia.
Google is rumored to launch Android L, Android TV, Wear 2.0, Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 at an event on October 15. We go over the main features of these products and what we can expect from them.
OnePlus announces its intention to replace the invite system with a pre-order system so its customers can get OnePlus One phones more easily.
Republic Wireless announced that the budget Moto E will arrive on its network next month for only $99, without a contract.
Sony launches the low-end Xperia E3 in India to compete against Moto G and the recently-launched and locally-manufactured Android One smartphones.
Panasonic announces what could be the best cameraphone so far: the Lumix CM1 with 1-inch sensor, 20MP resolution, Leica lens and Snapdragon 800 processor.
After previewing them at I/O 2014, Google is unveiling the first smartphones that will be part of the Android One program, starting at a low price point of only $105.
After showcasing them at I/O 2014 as an experiment, Google is now launching four native Android apps for ChromeOS through a project called the App Runtime for Chrome.
After years of being available on its own devices and on iOS, Amazon finally brings its Instant Video app to Android as part of a major update of its shopping app.
Disconnect Mobile, an app that promises to protect user privacy and security against malicious advertising, is back in the Play Store after being banned by Google two weeks ago.
US authorities have begun using fake cell towers more and more lately to intercept people's communications. CryptoPhone 500 makers have identified at least 17 such fake towers in the U.S..
Android L looks to be major, but how does the new interface, abandonment of Dalvik and the introduction of new features affect performance?
Affordable Android One smartphones to begin shipping in India as early as next month, a month ahead of schedule.
Samsung's slim and metal-frame Galaxy Alpha is finally being officially announced today, after many leaks over the past few weeks.
Rumors about the upcoming Nexus 6 device seem to be popping up all over the place lately, but this one seems to be the most believable yet.
HTC is finally bringing its lower priced mid-range Desire phones to US, as it looks to increase its market share.
New phone from India shows Android KitKat can work well even on hardware that's less powerful than the standard requirements Google has given.
Your Android device may be broadcasting your location history to anyone within Wi-Fi range, the EFF reports.