Aereo, the company that retransmits live television broadcasts to Android and iOS devices, has announced it will begin supporting Google Chromecast May 29 - that's only if the company still exists by then. More
Google announced in February that it would introduce a new way to protect Android smartphones by introducing a security measure that constantly scans devices to prevent foul play. That measure, Verify Apps, is getting new help. More
Sonos has 30 different streaming music services, and Google Play Music today became one of them. Sonos has announced that Play Music is now available to control your entire music library, personal and from Google's All Access 22-million strong library, from a smartphone. More
The next iteration of LG's user interface for Android may follow the trend of embracing flat design elements. Samsung flattened is icons and UI elements in the latest version of Touchwiz on the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC did the same with Sense on the One M8, and the LG G3 will do the same. More
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says he's not opposed to completely exiting the smartphone business if his company doesn't find a way to stop losing money. More
The Facebook Messenger app will soon be a requirement for anyone wishing to communicate with Facebook friends on a mobile device. In two weeks, Facebook will remove the messaging functions from its Android iOS apps, forcing users to download the Facebook Messenger app. More
Dropbox today announced that it plans to compartmentalize its features into new apps. The company still serves a cloud storage locker and backup for a wide range of data, but it's giving users a new option to have a dedicated photo gallery to browse their photos and a new app to read and send email. More
Android has undergone some radical visual changes in its interface design, and a new set of changes may be heading for the Google-created Android apps based on fresh leaked images obtained by Geek.com. More
Comcast reportedly has its eyes on expanding beyond the cable television and internet market by joining the ranks of mobile service providers. Reporters from The Information claim that their sources with knowledge of the situation say Comcast might try to compete with the major carriers but would still rely on their networks. More
We don't know much about the LG G Watch other than the fact that it will be one of the first devices to run Google's wearable-friendly version of Android, Android Wear. We've seen some photos of the smartwatch, but for the first time, we've seen some details about when it will be available. More
I can understand why HTC would want to build the One M8 Dot View case; it's tougher for me to understand why anyone would want to buy it if they knew how the case performs on a daily basis. More
U.S. Cellular is spreading its 4G LTE wings farther throughout the Midwest and Southeast regions of the country. The carrier today announced the LTE network will turn on 1,200 new sites and deliver service in 13 states by the end of the year More
China's Ministry of Commerce has approved Nokia's sale of its Devices & Services business to Microsoft. China is the latest regulator to approve the transaction, a process that took longer than expected because of approval issues in some parts of Asia. Microsoft and Nokia must still close the deal once all the necessary approvals are obtained, but Nokia anticipates the $7.2 billion deal being finalized at some point this month. Once completed, Nokia's handset division, product pipeline, and manufacturing assets will be run by former CEO and current Microsoft executive Stephen Elop.
One of the marquee features of the HTC One M8 is the optional Extreme Power Saving Mode that can dramatically extend battery life. For the first time, Sprint users can test out that feature. More
Don't worry, you're not the only person scrambling to find the Google I/O registration link today. There isn't one because Google has pushed back the registration by one week. Registration will open Tuesday April 15 and run until Friday April 18. Anyone can register for a chance to purchase the $900 tickets to grant access to Google I/O and gear to help developers build new apps, but Google will select attendees at random. Students will be able to attend for $300. Google I/O 2014 registration will go live one week from today, so anyone interested in attending should start saving money just in case they are accepted.