In addition to confirming that Google is releasing a software development kit for Android wearables, Google has reiterated that it is working on expansion plans for Chromecast. Android SVP Sundar Pichai said that Chromecast will launch in "many more countries" in a few weeks, according to a report from The New Web. UK retailer Currys made it clear that Chromecast would launch there in March, but Pichai's comments suggest that won't be the only place outside of the US to get the HDMI streaming media dongle. Chromecast has sold millions of units, according to Pichai, and that number may soon climb as the device goes international.
Nike has been openly dismissive of Android, despite Android becoming the most widely-used mobile operating system. However, the company has a job listing that points to new support through an Android SDK built for fitness tracking.
Managing home audio solutions through a smartphone can be great if you have a single station or money to create a large, interconnected speaker setup. Rocki, a successfully-funded Kickstarter campaign from a startup in the Netherlands has introduced a new solution that tries to merge the two.
Best Buy earlier today announced that it has dropped the price of the Samsung Galaxy Gear for a one-day sale. AT&T has also lowered the price for the Galaxy Gear, though it's deal will last a little longer.
Samsung has plenty of unsold Galaxy Gear smartwatches and plans to release a follow-up device at Mobile World Congress later this month. How the heck can Samsung fix this problem?
Seven months since it was first introduced as a way to stream media on a television in the US market, Google Chromecast is finally making its way across the Atlantic for the official launch in the UK.
Instead of spending $400 to repurchase a phone I already own to just to get a new color, I'm going to embrace a quicker and more affordable solution - skinning the Nexus 5 with a new red facade.
If you want to have a physical keyboard experience without missing out on what an iPhone has to offer, Typo Keyboard wants to be your solution. Created for the sole purpose of converting an iPhone into a device capable of meeting the needs of typing traditionalists, can this Bluetooth keyboard keep up?
The Android monopoly on the Isis mobile payments system ended today with AT&T's announcement that it is now selling a specially made case for the iPhone that can make payments at NFC-enabled sales terminals.
Cutting the cord is a hard thing to do, but ditching cable and sticking to the most basic television entertainment setups are becoming easier to manage thanks to services like Tablo.