Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service has levied a $6.8 million fine against Google for abusing its market position with its Android mobile operating system. The FAS claims that Google puts its own apps and services ahead of rival services.
Google is recruiting users of popular social network Reddit to improve the robustness of its speech recognition engine, according to sources. It's part of the company's ongoing effort to enhance support for accents.
Xiaomi has launched a new mobile payment service called Mi Pay. The service is designed to go up against the likes of Android Pay and Apple Pay, and while it will only be available in China at launch, it's expected that the service will…
The oddly named RMQ5018 is certainly not a looker, but the design helps it ward off water and dust. Its price tag is also attractive, but you will need to import the phone if you want to get your hands on it.
Recently launching the Idol 4 and 4S, Alcatel goes back to even more affordable phones with the Tru. If you're looking for your next burner phone, it is now available through MetroPCS for much less than a Benjamin.
Ex Apple CEO John Sculley has a new project -- the Obi Worldphone. The new device has just been launched in the U.K., costing a measly 99 pounds. The phone is already available in Asia, South America, and the Middle East.
McDonald's, the world's largest fast-food chain, is attempting to chip away at its unhealthy image by packing a pedometer -- the Step-it -- in Happy Meals. It's a limited-time promotion geared to coincide with the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Google finally debuted Duo, a long-awaited cross-platform video messenger for Android and iOS. Just how does it compare to the myriad of other chat apps on the market? We run it through its paces to find out.