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The E1Z pico projector from Asus eliminates the need for pesky HDMI adapters

The new E1Z pico projector from Asus eliminates the need for HDMI adapters -- you can plug your Android device right in. But it's a little barebones, especially compared to the competition.

Asus launches 8-inch ZenPad tablets, plans a 7-inch and a 10.1-inch version to follow

Asus has revealed four new tablets under the name ZenPad. There are three different screen size options, a 7-inch, a 10.1-inch, and two 8-inch models, but we only have details on the latter two at this early stage.

It’s-a-me, Droidio! Nintendo’s next-gen console may run Android

According to a rumor reported by Japanese newspaper The Nikkei, Nintendo's upcoming NX console could be "loaded with Android" in an effort to attract more third-party developers to Nintendo systems.

The Asus ZenFone Selfie’s 13-megapixel front camera makes you the center of attention

Asus has announced the ZenFone Selfie, a variation on its ZenFone 2 smartphone with a massive 13-megapixel front camera equipped with a dual-LED flash, an HDR mode, and gesture controls.

Here are the 5 apps you need to download this week

It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy…

Top 5 Best Android games you need to play this week

Are you looking for new strategy, tower defense, or zombie games to play on your Android device? Here's our list of the top 5 best Android games.

Android M Hands-On: A first look at the biggest new features

We take a quick look at the recently released Android M developer preview. Highlights are a new app drawer, improved permissions management, and tweaked volume controls.

Google wants to kill the password, and came up with an ingenius way to do it

Google's ATAP group aims to hasten the password's obsolescence with two separate initiatives, Project Abicus and Project Vault. Both, ATAP promises, are far superior to PINs and passwords.

Lost your Android phone? Here are three apps to help track down and retrieve it 1:43

Need to keep tabs on the location of an Android phone? We found three of the absolute best options capable of helping you pinpoint your precious new Galaxy, or other Android device.

Google App Invites is a powerful way for developers to recommend apps to users

Google's app invites platform helps developers suggest apps to would-be users, so as to increase their user base. App invites can be sent over SMS or email, and the suggested app is downloadable straight from the message.

Say Cheese! Project Ara takes its first public photo at Google I/O 2015

Google showed off a working prototype of Project Ara at Google I/O 2015. Engineer Rafa Camargo showed how easy it is to add component modules to the endo frame and even took a picture with the modular phone.

We are the champions, my friends: Queen releases its first game for iOS and Android

Queen have released a new app, Queen: Play the Game, that’s now available for iOS and Android. Queen: Play the Game includes over 1,000 questions, word games and music puzzles.