Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 835 will charge super-slim phones in record time

Qualcomm announced its latest generation of mobile chips -- the Snapdragon 835. It is dramatically faster and more power efficient than its predecessor and packs new rapid charging tech called Quick Charging 4.0.

You can now access the revamped Google Play Newsstand on your browser

Google Play Newsstand finally has a web interface. The app has previously only been available on Android and iOS. It is one of the few Play-branded Google services to get its own dedicated web app.

Mozilla’s latest version of Firefox hits 50, but shows no sign of aging

Mozilla released version 50 of its Firefox browser to the masses, but don't expect a huge load of features as part of the celebration. The list is quite small and even smaller for users on Android.

How to share photos on Android (and our favorite apps to use)

We take our smartphones with us everywhere now, and they’re perfect for capturing those spontaneous shots. In this guide, we delve into the best ways to back up and share those photos with select friends and family.

Codemasters' F1 2016 lets you race through 21 circuits as any F1 driver

A few months after releasing the console and desktop game, Codemasters launched the official F1 racing game for Android, iOS, and Apple TV devices. You can now race as your favorite F1 driver on 21 different circuits.

Android 6.0 Marshmallow hits Verizon's LG G3, HTC One M9, One M8, and Motorola devices

Android 6.0 Marshmallow has finally arrived. Find out whether the new version of Google's mobile OS will make it to your smartphone or tablet. We've got update news from Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola, Sony, and more.

Five Android Nougat problems and how to deal with them

Android Nougat has been available for some time on Nexus and Pixel devices, but for all the new features it brings, you'll also encounte come a few bugs. Here are five common problems and solutions on how to deal with them.

Troublesome Galaxy Note 5 problems, and how to fix them

There’s plenty of reasons to recommend Samsung’s latest release in the Note series, but some owners have run into issues. Here are some of the more common Galaxy Note 5 problems, along with some advice on how to alleviate them.

You're going to need bigger pockets. These are the best giant phones.

Big phones (AKA phablets) are here to stay. As smartphones’ screens expand, phablets have become top-of-the-line contenders. Here are the best phablets you can buy.

Why does a $600 phone have last year’s processor? The many follies of HTC’s Bolt

HTC has released a new smartphone. It's called the Bolt, and it doesn't have a headphone jack, it's carrier-locked to Sprint, and it's powered by last year's Snapdragon 810 processor. Buyer beware.

Google and Microsoft partner to ensure Office Mobile experience on Chromebooks

Microsoft is not blocking Office Mobile apps from downloading on Chromebooks, but rather is working closely with Google on optimizing the experience and ensuring that Office runs well on all compatible devices.

Google tells European Commission that Android offers 'choice at every turn'

Google has filed its response to the European Commission addressing complaints that it stifles competition with its Android mobile operating system. Google says Android fosters competition, and offers "choice at every turn."