Android's tryst with Samsung's camera continues.
Google is prepping Android to invade cars, starting with German automaker Audi.
The little Ouya that could is picking a fight with the new PS4 and Xbox One.
LG's curved smartphone is leaving South Korea and coming stateside.
Those crazy Russians are finally ready to sell you a smartphone with an LCD on one half and an E ink screen on the rear.
Take a Moto X and shrink it just a little bit. Then slash its price down — way down. What do you get? The new Moto G.
In just three years, Google's Nexus smartphone has evolved from a 3.7-inch device into a 5-inch one. This is what tech progress looks like.
For a little more than Chromecast, the PLAiR 2 streams virtually any Android app, be it a video, game or music to your HDTV.
A premature listing last night on Google's online store has revealed the upcoming Nexus 5's price.
How well does LG's flagship G2 smartphone fare against the fierce competition from all sides? Pretty darn good, actually.