In a set of court documents, chip manufacturer Nvidia has unofficially confirmed the Nexus 9 tablet's existence, and also told us it'll be built by HTC, powered by a Tegra K1 chip, and that it'll be coming out soon.
Google has extended the window in which users can get a refund on some app purchases from 15 minutes to two hours. The change actually came into effect last month, though has only just been made official.
Adam Levine of Maroon 5 tweeted from an iPhone after promoting Milk Music for Samsung at Galaxy note 4 event in New York City. He joins the ranks of Samsung celebrity endorsers who've used iPhones instead.
Amazon announced that the Fire Phone, exclusively sold through AT&T, will now sell for $1 on-contract. This is down from the original $200 price tag. In addition, Amazon announced that the handset will head to Europe later this month.
Lenovo is still holding back releasing its smartphones outside of China, but we're getting more impatient for the situation to change than ever, having spent some time with the cool new Vibe Z2 during IFA 2014.
Google has reached an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission to refund parents to the tune of $19 million for unauthorized in-app purchases made by their children. The settlement follows a similar one made by Apple in January.
The Moto Hint is a wireless earbud that hooks up with your smartphone via Bluetooth for hands-free calls. It also allows you to issue voice commands and queries, so you can check on the weather or get directions.