Google and Samsung joined Huawei and ZTE in asking that Chinese regulators set conditions that might ensure patent licensing agreements remain in tact following the sale of Nokia's handset division to Microsoft.
Despite frequent headlines to the contrary, Android does not pose a significant security risk for users who have the slightest bit of sense. An update to Google Play Services will soon provide even more security.
One of the interesting tidbits in a new TIME magazine article says that Google aims to release Project Ara "a year or so from now," and the target price for the phone is only $50.
The home screen on the Google Nexus 5 was the first to introduce larger icons and swipe gesture to get directly to Google Now from the launcher. Now that same launcher is available on more devices following Google's idea to expand to Nexus and Google Play Edition smartphones.
Here's another difference between the Samsung Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Scanner and the Apple iPhone 5S Touch ID: developers will actually be able to incorporate the scanner into their apps on the Galaxy S5.
One year after rumors first emerged that Google might develop a smart watch with its soon-to-be-sold subsidiary, Motorola has confirmed that it is working on a smart watch that will be sold under its branding.
On the off chance that consumers in United States or Canada seriously considered purchasing one of the low-cost Nokia X Android smartphones announced yesterday, Nokia has confirmed those people need not waste their time because the phone will not be officially sold in North America.
The presence of a fingerprint sensor was not surprising when Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5 yesterday. What's more surprising is that the sensor will be used to introduce a way to make payments using the fingerprint scanner.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 arrived a little earlier than we expected, but it's exactly what we expected. The parade of leaked devices in recent months made it impossible for Samsung to surprise us, but it still managed to impress - at least in some regards.
Like most people who reviewed the Lenovo Yoga Tablet last year, I thought the device had a spectacular kickstand that enabled new media modes but was disappointed by the screen quality and processor. Lenovo has addressed both of those issues with the announcement of the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+.