February is flying by, and the end of the month is going to see several significant announcements for the Android community.
While Chrome already sandboxes each tab you have open, Incognito Mode takes further steps to protect your privacy.
Behind the Mac creator celebrates his literary icon
The New York Police Department sent a cease and desist letter to Google today, demanding that the company stop displaying DUI/DWI checkpoints in its Waze and Maps applications.
It is a huge exploit, leaving everybody defenseless - no wonder it went viral on social media.
India is a huge market for smartphones, and OEMs have been heavily competing to dominate it.
According to a report today from 9to5Google, a web client for Duo will be launched "in the coming weeks."
One of the most exciting smartphone releases of each year is that of Samsung’s Galaxy S flagship.
The Moto G series has gone through plenty of design revisions over the years, but all variations — regular, Play, and Plus — usually share the same look.
Lenovo reportedly close to releasing new Motorola RAZR with folding display for $1,500
Coming off the back of a dark year for smartphone design, the View20 is a reason to be optimistic.
Plausible OnePlus 7 leak shows all-screen, notch-free, sliding design
So far, Volvo is the only car maker to announce plans to support the standalone edition of Android Auto.
Huawei, Honor, Motorola, Samsung, and a few other companies are working on 'hole-punch' phones — where a small area inside the screen is removed for the front-facing camera.
Turns out Apple is not the only company expecting to disappoint investors with its next set of quarterly results — Samsung and LG are in the same boat.