• How to Get the Best Emoji on Your Android Phone

    How to Get the Best Emoji on Your Android Phone

    The best Android emoji experience may not come automatically, as many Android phones don't support the latest emoji symbols.These tips will help you get the best Android emoji you can.
  • The Best Android Phones of 2017

    The Best Android Phones of 2017

    Read on for what to look for when buying, as well as our top picks for Android phones.Big or Small Among Android's greatest strengths is the unbelievable diversity of hardware choices.
  • Report: Google's New Smartwatches Arrive Feb. 9

    Report: Google's New Smartwatches Arrive Feb. 9

    LG will manufacture the first Android Wear 2.0 devices, which include "Sport" and "Style" versions, Blass wrote on Tuesday, citing marketing materials that VentureBeat obtained.
  • Lose Service? Google Android App Will Save Your Search

    Lose Service? Google Android App Will Save Your Search

    We've all been there; just as you're about to pull up a Web search on your phone, the train on your morning commute goes into a tunnel and you lose service.Or perhaps you're driving in a remote locale with spotty service (like this guy) and can't get your device to connect.
  • Apple to Jack Up App Prices in UK

    Apple to Jack Up App Prices in UK

    Changes in pricing at the UK App Store are due to the declining value of the British pound since the UK's vote last year to leave the European Union.News of the app price hikes coincided with the UK Office of National Statistics' announcement that inflation in the country has surged 1.
  • Super Mario Run Hits Android in March

    Super Mario Run Hits Android in March

    The game maker urged fans to register online for an official notification once the title becomes available.Designed for one-handed play, the game is simple: Mario (or one of his many friends) automatically runs forward, while you make him hurdle enemies and collect coins by tapping.
  • Barra Leaves Post as Xiaomi's International Point Man

    Barra Leaves Post as Xiaomi's International Point Man

    Almost four years after being poached from a critical post at Google to join Chinese upstart Xiaomi, Hugo Barra on Monday announced he will return to Silicon Valley in February.However, it also coincides with a widespread perception that Xiaomi's international growth has run into a great wall.
  • Personalization, Simplicity Key to Smart Home Device Adoption

    Personalization, Simplicity Key to Smart Home Device Adoption

    Continued innovation and messaging are crucial for smart safety and security device manufacturers that want to capitalize on new opportunities in the emerging Internet of Things.Early adopters of smart devices are often drawn to the innovative design and technological gadgetry.
  • Facebook Taps Barra to Push VR to the Next Level

    Facebook Taps Barra to Push VR to the Next Level

    Jon Thomason will lead the mobile division.Ultimately, his appointment could force some of the original Oculus team to move into the background, he suggested.
  • How to Switch From an iPhone to an Android Phone

    How to Switch From an iPhone to an Android Phone

    So once you've got an Android phone picked out, what do you do?You've invested in the Apple iPhone ecosystem for years—maybe even a decade—so what do you do to make the switch from iPhone to Android without any digital tears?
  • Apple Goes on Record-Breaking Spree

    Apple Goes on Record-Breaking Spree

    28 in the year ago quarter, beating the company's own guidance and Wall Street analyst estimates, and setting a new record.9 billion in the year-ago quarter, exceeding the company's guidance range and also setting a new record, Cook noted.
  • AWS Unveils Chime Conferencing Service

    AWS Unveils Chime Conferencing Service

    Companies just have to download the app; they don't need to make upfront investments in hardware or software.Participants click a button on the Chime app to join a meeting instead of dialing a number then entering a PIN.
  • Trump's Not the Only One With a Phone Security Problem

    Trump's Not the Only One With a Phone Security Problem

    My question is, if the president is not secure using an ordinary phone for his primary wireless communications.Back then, he reluctantly turned in his personal BlackBerry for a specially secured phone with very limited functionality.
  • Qualcomm Adds LTE to Google's Android Things

    Qualcomm Adds LTE to Google's Android Things

    Its Snapdragon 210 chips will run the Android Things OS, making them the first potential Android Things-powered devices with built-in LTE.At its launch in December, Android Things supported Raspberry Pi 3, NXP Pico, and Intel Edison platforms.
  • Microsoft Unveils Slimmed-Down 'Skype Lite'

    Microsoft Unveils Slimmed-Down 'Skype Lite'

    A new version of Skype built specifically for the Indian market is easier on smartphone batteries and data use and even works on 2G connections.Called Skype Lite, it went live on the Google Play store in India today.
  • Google Makes Android Texting More Like iMessage

    Google Makes Android Texting More Like iMessage

    Thinking about switching from an iPhone to a Google Pixel, but don't want to give up iMessage and all of its nifty features?The new texting app is called Android Messages, and at first glance it doesn't do a whole lot more than replace the old name, Messages.
  • Hands On With Nokia's New Android Phones, Retro 3310

    Hands On With Nokia's New Android Phones, Retro 3310

    The only two genuinely new phones Nokia unveiled to the world today are the Nokia 3 and the Nokia 5.This can be accessed by a long press on the home key of any of the three new Nokia Android phones.