The rumors have been squashed. One Google exec says Nexus devices are here to stay, even with Android Silver handsets on the horizon.
Forget about those third-party apps, Roku's official remote control solution for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone is finally here.
Barnes & Noble says, once again, that it's time for the company's retail shops and the Nook to split.
Sony is expanding its PlayStation Now service on Monday to the first of several devices that will get the game streaming service in the coming months.
Google I/O is almost here, and while everyone is focused on the big announcements, we take a look at four small annoyances that are long overdue for a fix in the stock version of Android.
Recently, images of a FirefoxOS-based TV casting dongle surfaced online, but few people know who is making it or when it might be released.
A large number of sites are still vulnerable to Heartbleed, but it's unlikely we'll see them get patched anytime soon.
A Google developer advocate spells out some more information about how users will interact with Android Wear.
It's probably not coming here, but Samsung just announced its first smartphone with a quadHD display.
It's still not free, but for just $2 how can you go wrong with Garmin Viago?
It's not as big as Apple's App Store or Google Play, but Amazon still has a respectable stable of apps.
Regulators already say they can regulate smartphone navigation apps but want that authority explicitly enshrined in law.
Want to see what Mozilla's up to with Firefox OS? Check out the web-centric mobile platform's apps on your Android device.
Apple's doing it, Samsung's doing it, and now Google wants to store your day-to-day health data too.
Hoping to improve its popularity in the U.S., Huawei is selling the Ascend Mate 2 directly to U.S. customers via GetHuawei.com.