Lenovo has finally unveiled the Moto Z, one of the most anticipated Android phones of the year. But how does it compare to last year's hit, the Moto X Pure? Check out our spec comparison for a closer look at both devices.
Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages are now available on Play Newsstand, allowing users to quickly and easily access articles without having to download those articles from third parties. This should significantly cut down on loading times.
Are you a first-time Nexus smartphone owner? Google is developing a live support app that uses screen casting to help Google experts show users how to use their shiny new phone. It's unknown exactly when this app will be released.
Google may be saving some design changes in Android N for the final developer preview, or even the official release. The navigation and home buttons could get a new look, which might also signal the arrival of other features.
In a strange move, an Android Developer Advocate says Android N's Freeform Mode won't be enabled in the Pixel C or in Nexus devices. The feature turns Android's interface into a desktop mode with floating apps as windows.
An upcoming features lets Chrome OS users see how much space remains on hard drives, and what's taking up that space. This points to an app-filled future for Google's OS, long reliant entirely on web browsing.
If you think you could have the next big Android app idea, perhaps you should learn the basics of coding with this nanodegree from Google and Udacity. If you're willing to pay a cool $200 per month, that is.
Samsung may have a special edition of the Galaxy S7 coming to commemorate the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. There have been several leaks regarding the device, and here's what we think we know about it so far.
After working with LG and Huawei last year, Google could turn to HTC for two Nexus devices in 2016. It would be the first time Google has partnered with HTC on a mobile since 2010. Here's everything we think we know about them.
Specifications and images have leaked for the Lenovo Vibe C2, but Motorola reference numbers are attached, which has kicked off speculation that the Vibe C2 could be the 2016 Moto E in certain markets.