News and Articles About Android
The $5 billion photo-pinning site just rolled out 'Interests,' a new way to find and follow pins you dig.
The BACtrack Vio is a keychain-sized breathalyzer alongside which users can track their intoxication levels via a smartphone app.
Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, these gadgets can help keep you on track, in touch and entertained across the miles.
In the best possible ways, though. Right?
From Android to Wearables to a New Auto Interface, What You Need to Know From Google's I/O Conference
There were a slew of new announcement at the tech giant's annual event. Here's a quick rundown.
The update also calls for 'Fog,' 'Reversed Hand With Middle Finger Extended' and 'Derelict House Building.'
Serial entrepreneur Scott Gerber says you need this free, ultra-convenient mobile messaging app to seamlessly keep in touch with large groups at events.
Some 28 million gadget-loving Americans have had a pet wreak havoc on an electronic device.
A blast of fun, energizing apps to help you rise, shine and rock your day.
It wasn't just a rumor. Google is officially getting into the smartwatch game. Here's the latest on the smart watch everyone's talking about.
Finding and booking temporary work spaces fast is critical for road warrior entrepreneurs. In this video, Scott Gerber reveals his go-to app for locating nearby offices for rent.
What you need to do to properly switch to a new device that might be bigger and better than what the iPhone offers.
You can't really get lost on this super connected GPS-enabled bike, which also tallies calories burned and other stats.
The traditional payments industry is headed for an upheaval as more small businesses begin accepting Bitcoin and more payment startups rise to meet the growing demand.
Tech enthusiast Veronica Belmont says this feature is too important not to consider when picking the smartphone that's right for you.
Silicon Valley's biggest tech rivals are seriously upping their game in the mobile gaming battle. Here's how.
Major manufacturers and wireless carriers have agreed to offer a free opt-in 'kill switch' for smartphones made after July 2015.
The premise behind Google's smart service is as cool and handy as it is creepy.
Because face-to-face meetings are for actually facing other people -- not for texting, checking emails and taking calls on your smartphone.
Try these super simple tricks to keep your smartphone-gazing eyes happy and healthy.
The White House is reportedly testing out Samsung and LG devices for use by President Obama and his staff.
Google's new wearable tech platform looks like it'll blow the current crop of connected wristwear out of the water.
The tech giant creates a a new platform for its expanding network of wearable devices.
The popular smartwatch also announces partnerships for new, useful Pebble apps.
This Android app has been designed to stop you from mindlessly strolling into oncoming traffic while walking like a zombie with a smartphone in your hand.