Big updates and new modes and content give these mobile games replayability for days. (And days.)
For those that like to actually make phone calls with their phones, Android 4.4 brings a wealth of improvements.
Diablo III gets an expansion, Heroes of the Storm gets an open beta, and Blizzard gets Blink-182. This is BlizzCon 2013.
Lookout is one of the most popular Android antimalware apps around, but is bloatware really the answer to the (somewhat overhyped) Android security scourge?
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.
With the terrific new Comcast app, Android and iPhone users can finally enjoy a mix of live streaming, TV, and movies on their phones and tablets.
Verizon gets into the manufacturing game with a low-end tablet that will handle all the basics.
Without its slick OS, the Nexus 5 would be just another top-of-the-line Android phone.
Among the great games we're playing this week are something slow, something fast, and something in between.
You'll need to commit to Sprint for two years to get the $50 Nexus 5, but that would save you $200 from what Google is charging for an unlocked phone.