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Android loses ground to iOS, hope for a turnaround may rest in Samsung

Android remains the top smartphone platform in the U.S. and Europe, but Google’s mobile operating system lost ground in recent months, particularly in Europe. Hope for Android’s recovery may rest in Samsung’s hands.

Apple may start taking a smaller cut of App Store and iTunes sales

Apple is in talk with media companies to reduce its cut of App Store and iTunes sales, according to a report. It'd mark the first time the company has done so since it introduced the 70/30 revenue split in 2003.
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Look out Netflix and Amazon: Google Play Movies & TV All Access may launch soon

Amazon and Netflix need to watch out because Google might be prepping their own subscription-based video service. A recent Google Opinions Survey question gives us hope that Google Play Movies & TV All Access is coming soon.

Top 5 best Android games you need to play this week

Are you looking for new strategy, RPG, or endless hopper games to play on your Android device? Here's our list of the top 5 best Android games you need to play this week.

Weekly rewind: Dish and T-Mobile flirt, Windows 10 gets a drop date, and more

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why, we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week - just for you.

For some reason, Samsung may release a cheaper version of the Galaxy S5

In a move that defines the company's odd ball ways with its product launches, Samsung might be working on a cheaper variant of last year's Galaxy S5. Dubbed the Galaxy S5 Neo, not much is different except a few distinct changes.

This app lets you chat with 200 of your closest friends, for free, and all at the same time

Line, the popular messaging service, has launched a new app called Popcorn Buzz. It's a conference call-style app which allows you to organize massive group chats, where up to 200 of your closest friends can all shout over each other at the…
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Google Play app store returns to China

After leaving altogether in 2010 following a highly publicized censorship battle, Google may be returning to China with the Google Play app store, pitting itself once again in a head-to-head battle with Apple for market dominance.

Apple detox: How to switch from iOS to Android without missing a beat

If you've decided to bridge the great tech divide and leave Apple's walled garden for the unknown shores of Android, then you'll find all the tips and advice you need to help you settle in right here.

Google has a secret feature for Android M: A built-in themes engine

Google didn't tell us everything about Android M at Google I/O. A themes engine appears to be on the way that will make it so much easier for users to customize their phones and tablets.

HTC drops hints about a new Hero phone and plans for a major redesign

In a response to its weak start to 2015, HTC promised to improve its performance across the board. It may also release a new product this October. HTC didn't reveal details on the product, though.

Facebook Lite invites the next billion users in Asia, Africa, Europe, and elsewhere to join in

Facebook is turning its attention to developing mobile markets. Facebook Lite is a portal that runs on the weaker, cheaper hardware ubiquitous overseas.