The Wii U tablet might be getting an Android-powered sibling soon.
You're going to use it every day for the next few years. Choose wisely!
The low-price might be tempting, but you're better off saving your money for a better tablet.
The battery life is really long, so you can hate using it all day on a single charge.
The latest Android release is full of surprises. Here's a rundown of what you can expect when your phone gets the upgrade.
Who needs physical cards when you can just tap your phone?
The latest Android OS has support for always-on step tracking, but it requires dedicated hardware support, and updated apps.
Finally, Android apps can hide the status bar and navigation buttons. Gamers and readers rejoice!
For those that like to actually make phone calls with their phones, Android 4.4 brings a wealth of improvements.
The new Android home screen isn't just pretty to look at: It tells us a lot about where Google plans to take Android in the next few years.
Without its slick OS, the Nexus 5 would be just another top-of-the-line Android phone.
Google's newest handset may have ho-hum hardware, but that KitKat sure is tasty.
A revamped interface, improved dialer, and app search are small steps toward a better Android.
Google appears to have set parameters for how long it will support its devices, and the news isn't good.
With no unique features, the Nexus 5 hardly deserves the "Nexus" name. It's time to stop worrying about partner relationships.
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