Google's Nexus line of devices may be at an end. The upcoming Google phones are rumored to be called the Pixel and Pixel XL. Google has confirmed it will announce a new smartphone, and likely other devices, on October 4.
Indonesia says Google isn't paying the taxes it ought to, and the country wants the search giant to pay up to 5 years of back taxes. That could total out to be more than $400 million -- for 2015 alone.
Lenovo has opened up pre-orders for its unique Yoga Book 2-in-1 tablet. This device comes packed with a second touchscreen for typing and writing, eliminating the need for a standard physical keyboard and keeping the closed unit super thin.
A new update for Google Photos adds faster sharing features, but also introduces a new "creative concepts" function for those mini-films of your trips the Assistant creates. They will be created using a specific style or concept.
Looking for a new book to read? Google is here to help -- the company has launched a new 'Discover' tool for Google Play Books, aimed at helping you find the best new books to read based on your reading history.
We already knew that the iPhone 7 was a high performer in benchmarks, but it seems as though it dominates in real-world tests, too -- a video has been published pitting the new phone against the Galaxy Note 7, showing just how powerful it…
Sony's high-end smartphones are traditionally accompanied by cheaper, smaller handsets. The Xperia X Compact packs many of the Xperia XZ’s best traits in a diminutive package, but does come at a cost. Find out how it stacks up here.
Samsung execs learned that Apple wasn't going to offer new major features in the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, and seized the chance to "dazzle consumers" with the Galaxy Note 7. An earlier release date forced suppliers to meet new deadlines.
Samsung announced that it had unloaded shares in four companies, with total proceeds exceeding $885.85 million. This will help Samsung cover the costs of the Note 7 recall that is expected to set the company back over $1 billion.