The Sony Xperia ZL has a beautiful screen, attractive design, speedy performance, and a decent camera. But a small pile of minor problems makes this $630 phone a tough sell.
- Pros: Simple and attractive design, Light and narrow enough fo...
- Cons: Too many buttons on right side, Awkward front camera pla...
The latest update to the Google Drive Android app has added a very helpful scan feature, where receipts, business cards and documents can be scanned in as PDF files, then searched using OCR.
After a bit of a delay, Samsung's flagship device is now available on Verizon's 4G LTE network. Here you'll find our Samsung Galaxy S4 review, troubleshooting tips, accessory guide, and news coverage.
An anonymous HTC executive told the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday that the HTC One has nearly reached 5 million units sold, about a month after launching. However, he also said it's still too early to know if it's doing as well as it should be.
'Hello Bank!' which alleges to be Europe's first fully-digital mobile bank, has a new spot featuring the Czech National Symphony Orchestra playing "Carmen" on smartphones and tablets, synced together over Wi-Fi.
Samsung has announced its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone has sold over 10 million units – and it hasn't even been out a month. The impressive figures mean the S4 is Samsung's fastest selling handset ever. New colors are on the way, too!
After a few weeks on intense rumors, Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy Mega 6.3 and the Galaxy Mega 5.8. They certainly live up to their names, as these two are very, very big.
Have you been taking advantage of the personal assistant in your pocket? Here’s our guide to what Google Now can do and how to unleash its predictive powers.
The LG Optimus G Pro is LG's new flagship Android device and it is already generating a lot of excitement. We pit the LG Optimus G Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and find out how the specs match up with these two Android smartphone/tablet hybrids.
In a survey conducted by the American Customer Satisfaction Index, mobile leader Apple's approval rating dropped more than 2 percent. Despite the drop, the company is still the leader of the pack.
The Pantech Discover combines premium features and performance with a budget price, making it more impressive than many phones that cost twice as much.
- Pros: Comfortable, compact, attractive design, Long battery li...
- Cons: Skin feels overstuffed and overcomplex at times, Camera ...
Sure, Google rolled out all kinds of exciting app updates this week. But don't let that overshadow the other great releases that came out. Grab the best apps of the week including Moldiv, an update to Zomato, Blitz Brigade, and more.
At this year's Google I/O conference, the technology leader announced that revenue from in-app purchases via its Play Store jumped 7x in one year. Developers were advised to create more free apps, and monetize on post-install purchases.
APX Labs showed off its enhanced Moverio BT-100 smart glasses from Epson that can navigate a virtual wall of YouTube videos with a just tilt of your head. The $700 smart glasses feature a pair of transparent lenses so you can see 3D augmented reality content.
Samsung announced the release of TecTiles 2, the next generation of programming NFC smart tiles. The tags are compatible with all NFC-enabled Samsung devices, including the Galaxy S4.
Today Google held a workshop to show would-be developers how to hack Glass and begin to develop applications for the wearable device. Google may not be encouraging the activity, but it seems to be very open-minded about the idea.
Google Wallet is adding new features to its service, including money transfers via e-mail, an increase in loyalty card acceptance, and an easy online payment plug-in for merchants.
Google CEO Larry Page has confessed negativity and lack of collaboration in the technology world saddens him. But let's not forget Google can harsh some mellows too.
There was no big announcement but Google has issued a major update to Google Play Books, allowing you to upload your purchased book collection. We think Google may have something even more exciting in store down the road.
Google CEO Larry Page made a rare public appearance at Google I/O this year and held an impromptu Q&A with questions coming from developers and press in the audience. He talked about everything from self-driving cars to negativity in the media.
After a long wait, Google has finally launched its streaming service, All Access. The music platform has plenty of competition from the likes of Rdio, Pandora, and ... oh yeah, Spotify. Will it be able to challenge them?
LG Smart TVs that run Google TV will be updated to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, the latest version of the operating system, the company announced today at Google I/O in San Francisco. The free update will go live in the U.S. in the third quarter.
Google has already announced a pretty major overhaul of the desktop version of Maps, but it looks like the mobile versions will be getting some updates as well with a new layout and support for real-time updates and Google Offers.
Google didn't announce it's own new phone, but it has co-opted the Samsung Galaxy S4 to house its own services. The Galaxy S4 will get Google-fied, essentially turning it into a Nexus device, starting June 26. We take a look at how devices stack up.
Google recently unveiled a new, updated look to its Play Store, the center for all of its downloadable content. The new look is clean, airier, and much easier for users to navigate and interact with.
Before Google's I/O keynote on Wednesday, Google Play Store version 4.1.6 started rolling out, featuring more colorful tabs and an improved "Update All" feature. The Play Store's website has also been updated.
It was promised and Google I/O delivered, Android Studio is the company's latest development environment for Android and it brings a lot of changes that should benefit both developers and users.
Google Glass Explorer Edition has proven to be constructed so sturdily that accessing the main circuits is seemingly impossible to do without damaging the outer casing.
A new study by BiTE interactive has shown that only one in ten American smartphone users would use Google's next-gen device, citing "social awkwardness," and "discomfort," as the primary reasons.
The much anticipated Google music subscription service launched at Google I/O today for the expected price with the expected features. All Access blends your existing music catalog with Google's for seamless auto-playlists and streaming.