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Let the binge watching begin, starting this summer.
A new version of the mobile OS is said to target low-power devices with little memory.
Google's television platform is getting a little more hospitable to people who've ditched cable TV.
Do Notes, Do Camera, and Do Button offer one-tap access to your favorite IFTTT recipes.
It can handle nearly anything your phone can do, but the learning curve is long.
Developer of the Ubi voice-controlled computer announces a free Android and iOS app that lets you create text messages with your voice.
This deal is good for today only as part of HTC's Hot Deals, which occur every Tuesday leading up to Black Friday.
The Nexus 9 may be geared towards developers, but its big screen, powerful 64-bit processor, and stereo sound are a joy for anyone willing to drop $400.
Google may be getting ready to put its Bump acquisition to good use with Copresence, a service for trading files between devices.
The new version, hitting phones soon, features the new "Material" interface design that Google is pushing
As Motorola ships off from Google, it promises to take some lessons along, while keeping the Moto and Droid lines intact.
We talked to an expert about whether the new version of Android will help squash the operating system's unsavory reputation.
But a package that tiny requires compromises, as it has paltry storage and no headset jack.
Fit tracks physical activity and serves as a hub for other health apps
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