Microsoft has said it's bringing its digital assistant to iOS and Android in the near future, but if you just can't wait for an official release, then check out this leaked preview that has hit the Web.
After a three-month period of exclusivity, HBO's a la carte streaming service HBO Now is finally coming to Android and Amazon devices. It's live on Android via the Play Store now, and will hit Amazon's Fire line in the "coming weeks."
Google Play Games and Google Play Services are the bane of many an Android gamers' existence. These unmovable Android applications control key features and may need to be updated if you're having problems with games on your device.
Yik Yak, the social app that lets college students anonymously post text-based posts, has announced users will now be able to share photos on the service. Photos must be "mom-safe," and will be approved by moderators before posting.
Have you been dying to book a vacation this summer, but haven’t had time because you are too busy working? Hotel website Booking.com has launched Booking Now for Android, which aims to help you find last-minute hotel room deals nearby.
After laying dormant for a couple of years, Commodore has returned ... sorta. Two Italian entrepreneurs bought the rights to the Commodore name, which is how the pair will launch the Commodore PET, a mid-range Android smartphone.
The rumor mill built around the prospect of an Android-powered BlackBerry smartphone is in full force this week after the revelation that BlackBerry has purchased two Android-centric domain names: AndroidSecured.com and AndroidSecured.net.
Nintendo's first officially licensed mobile game will premiere by the end of this year, with four additional titles expected to launch by April of 2017. All five will draw from different, extant Nintendo franchises.