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.
Google has paid extra attention to Android's performance, which may be good news for consumers and developers, but a problem for competitors.
Less than 24 hours after the latest version of Android was announced, some big-name phone makers have committed to bring the OS to some big-name phones.
Some of Android 4.4's newest features can be yours if you don't mind using unofficial, unsupported software.
Google appears to have set parameters for how long it will support its devices, and the news isn't good.
Madfinger Games’ latest free-to-play zombie game may be a bit eager with in-app purchases, but don’t let that stop you.
Android tablets drove tablet sales growth in the third quarter of 2013. Apple’s iPad shipments were flat, and Windows tablets continued to struggle, according to two research reports.
White House advisor Mark DeLoura talked at Gamesbeat 2013 today about video games, violence, and education. The result? Math Blaster 2014, hopefully.
We want these features in Android, but we probably won't get them. Are you paying attention, Google?
An update for iOS, Android, and Twitter's mobile site makes tweets more visual, and cuts down the number of taps needed to reply and retweet.