Is there such a thing as a password-free world that's truly secure? You bet there is. Android developers will soon be able to use Google's Trust API to ensure you will never have to type a password again.
Pebble seems to have a big announcement up its sleeve -- the company has begun counting down to a product reveal on its website. But what will that product be? A new smartwatch, perhaps? Maybe a software update?
AT&T has simplified its confusing financing plans, now only offering two plans instead of four. Starting on June 8, customers will have the option of paying for their phone over 24 or 30 months with the Next and Next Every Year plans.
Already looking to see what's up with the next Galaxy Note? Here's a look at the latest news and rumors surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 6, including talk of an early release to jump ahead of the next iPhone.
It you read the reports a year ago, you would have thought Samsung would be out of business by now. However, the company is actually thriving in a depressed smartphone market due to a totally new approach.
Take a look at this wonderfully nostalgic video from Motorola and Lenovo, and then get excited because it may hint the iconic Moto Razr phone is about to make a comeback. Could it be true, and if so, will it really be a flip…
Taking the banner of branding empowerment, Google took the stage on Google I/O and presented very pretty numbers. Be it phone models, app usage, or ridiculous numbers of selfies, the firm had a lot to brag about.
Hoping to bring out the curiosity in each of us, Google has unveiled Science Journal, an app that measures and records data in real time, and then turns all that input into consumer-friendly graphs and charts.