Motorola XT1585 “Kinzie” (Verizon) benchmark surfaces, confirms Snapdragon 810, QHD and other specs

Jun 30th - Word of Verizon's Motorola XT1585 "Kinzie" existence seems to be backed up by a solid benchmark today. GFXBench shows a phone that sports a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, Qualcomm's Octa-Core Snapdragon 810, 3GB of RAM and more.

Android 5.1 Lollipop is now rolling out to Verizon’s Moto X 2nd Gen

Jun 30th - Moto X 2nd Gen users on Verizon are being treated to Android 5.1, with Verizon announcing that a rollout has commenced. It brings the software version up to 23.16.3.victara_verizon.verizon.en.USvzw.

Sprint’s HTC One M9 will be receiving Android 5.1 Lollipop on July 1st

Jun 29th - Good news for HTC One M9 owners on Sprint: starting this Wednesday, July 1st, you can expect an update to Android 5.1 Lollipop.

Lollipop for the Motorola DROID Turbo is almost ready, and coming sooner than ever

Jun 29th - If Motorola Mobility's recent tweet is any indication, you can expect Android 5.1 Lollipop to be hitting your Motorola DROID Turbo any minute/day/week now. Geez, they're such a tease.

Verizon offers up $10,000 to catch Southern California copper cable thieves

Jun 29th - Someone (or a group of individuals) has been stealing Verizon's copper communications cables and now they're offering a $10,000 reward to catch them.

Hangouts 4.0 for iOS brings new UI, lets you send multiple photos at once – so where’s the Android update?

Jun 29th - It's probably not the Hangouts update Android users were expecting, but Hangouts 4.0 rolled out today for iOS users with a slick new UI and a few other tricks along with it.

Moto G (3rd Gen) exposed in leaked press renders

Jun 29th - You know we’re getting close to the launch of the Motorola Moto G 2015 when press renders of the device are leaked online. This time we have our clearest look yet at the device before it’s officially unveiled later this year.

Pokemon Shuffle Mobile is coming soon to Android

Jun 29th - Today, The Pokemon Company uploaded a new trailer for Pokemon Shuffle Mobile, coming soon to both Android and iOS later this year.

If Material Design was a game, it would look like these three Android games [VIDEO]

Jun 29th - I love simple games and I love Material Design. So when I first discovered a game called Bing Bong I was very excited. It combined simple and addictive gameplay with a Material-esque design. Then I found more.

Boost Mobile starts selling the LG Volt 2 and LG Tribute 2 today

Jun 29th - Boost Mobile has announced immediate availability of 2 of LG's latest smartphones. It's the LG Volt 2 and Tribute 2, which are 2 smartphones that don't come close to the stature of the LG G4 but will go much easier on your wallets.

Official: OnePlus 2 will come feature a fingerprint sensor that’s faster than Apple’s TouchID

Jun 29th - Okay, so this mornings OnePlus 2 leak was more than likely a fake, but that doesn't mean it didn't get one thing right: the phone's upcoming fingerprint scanner.

Google Maps will soon warn you when approaching railroad crossings

Jun 29th - Google and the Federal Railroad Administration today announced a partnership that would help Google get information about all public and private railroad crossings in the United States.

Sprint Direct 2 You delivery service spreads to 4 new major metro areas, 4 more next month

Jun 29th - Sprint has expanded their delivery service to 4 new major cities today. Folks in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Denver metro areas are all getting hooked up today.

T-Mobile extends availability of their 4 lines for $100 promo until July 14th

Jun 29th - T-Mobile has quietly extended the availability of their 4 lines for $100 promo until July 14th. The program was originally scheduled to end at the closing days of this month, but it's nice to know there's an extra 2 weeks for folks to take advantage.

Google uses robots to test latency on Android devices [VIDEO]

Jun 29th - This behind-the-scenes tidbit by Googler François Beaufort may not be useful for the common user to do anything practical, but it's interesting nonetheless. Google apparently uses an automated robot to test latency in Chrome OS and Android.