Samsung explains Note 4 gap as a “necessary manufacturing feature,” says it may expand over time

Sep 30th - Samsung knew about their Galaxy Note 4's gap issue, and has written it off as a manufacturing "feature," the user manual reveals.

Samsung highlights 5 big features made possible by the Note Edge’s display [INFOGRAPHIC]

Sep 30th - n case you were confused why Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge has a curved display, Samsung is looking to make it clear with a new infographic they've put together. Come check it out.

Rumor: new HTC One Max coming with 5.5-inch QHD display, Snapdragon 805, 3GB of RAM and more

Sep 30th - Looks like HTC could be hard at work on their next phablet. The company's first attempt at one -- the HTC One Max of yesteryear -- was pretty decent, and now they're looking to up the ante with a sequel.

This is supposedly what the Nexus 6 looks like, and here are some of its early specs [Leak]

Sep 30th - The Nexus 6's launch is approaching and we still haven't heard much, but a leak today could give us our first idea of what the handset might look like.

Project Ara still on track for early 2015 release, will run on modified Android L version

Sep 29th - It still sounds like science fiction, but Project Ara is still on track for an early 2015 release. Looks like it will run on a modified version of Android L, with modules sold in an online store (similar to the Play Store).

Cosmos Browser now available for Android, lets you surf web without a data connection

Sep 29th - It kinda flew under the radar, but that Android web browser that allows you to surf the web without a data connection? Yeah, it's now available on Google Play. Link in the post.

Motorola DROID Turbo benchmark boasts 5.2-inch QHD display, Snapdragon 805, 3GB RAM, and more

Sep 29th - With a hardware arsenal _that_ powerful, it's looking like the upcoming Motorola Droid Turbo could be preparing for all out war. Watch out, Samsung/Apple/HTC/LG/Sony.

Google provides new details on Android Auto – talks about design, architecture, and development process

Sep 29th - Android Auto is one of the most exciting features in the upcoming Android L release. Today, Google is providing developers with new information on getting their apps ready for Android Auto compatibility.

Best Android apps from September 2014

Sep 29th - Consider this your wake-up call. September has ended. Summer is now just a memory as the leaves slowly begin to change color and football dominates the weekends. One thing that doesn't change is the constant stream of new Android apps.

Why did Google demand the Com 1 Android Wear IndieGoGo campaign be taken down?

Sep 29th - The Com 1 Android Wear watch was poised to be the first crowd-funded watch of its kind, but it seems Google has a bit of a problem with that.

Waze 3.9 update introduces Places feature, allows users to edit business and residential information

Sep 29th - Using Waze and got a little free time after arriving at a destination? Why not add some info for businesses using their newest feature, Places. It's a part of the new 3.9 update rolling out now.

#GapGate for Galaxy Note 4? Early complaints of build quality fly in

Sep 29th - Recent reports out of South Korea after the Samsung Galaxy Note 4's launch there this Friday tell of an issue where there is too much of a gap between the display and chassis.

What do kids think about Google Glass?

Sep 29th - Like it or not, kids are the ones that decide what's cool and what's not, both now and in the future. And as they grow up, they'll be the ones dreaming up, building, creating, designing, and making the cool new technology the world enjoys. So when one of my friends - an elementary school art teacher in Virginia- said her 5th grade class wanted to ask me some questions about Google Glass, I was happy to answer.

Latest Moto 360 update seems to bring a ridiculous boost to battery life

Sep 29th - The latest update to the Moto 360, firmware KGW42R, is delivering some rather impressive battery life, according to reports. Has Motorola finally addressed the smart watch's biggest issue?

OnePlus 2 confirmed for Q2 or Q3 2015; OnePlus says they’re thinking about a smaller form factor

Sep 29th - While the OnePlus One is still considered to be in its infancy and there are many upgrades and improvements to be made, the company has confirmed that they are already thinking about its sequel.