Google gets fined for showing cleavage in Street View

Oct 31st - Google has been fined by a Canadian court for using a photo in Street View that contained a woman and her cleavage. The woman in the photo claimed that she was so embarrassed it caused her emotional damage and a bout of depression.

Amazon blames poor Fire Phone sales on the pricing, ignores other problems

Oct 31st - Despite its name, the Amazon Fire Phone has not been a hot seller. Last week Amazon shared financial data with investors, and they reported a huge quarterly loss. The Amazon Fire phone was likely not the lone culprit of the poor numbers, but it certainly did not help.

Best Android games from October 2014

Oct 31st - The weather is starting to get a little chilly, which means you may find yourself spending more time indoors. Don't worry, we've got plenty of new games from October to keep you busy.

What do these Halloween photos tell us about the Nexus 6’s camera?

Oct 31st - It’s one thing when a company presents carefully curated (and possibly edited) photo samples to show off their latest phone’s camera capabilities. It’s another when a representative of the same company posts a few casual shots to a social network. Which, we might ask, is the more accurate representation of the camera’s true nature?

Samsung announces Galaxy A5 and A3 with metal unibody design, 5MP front facing cameras [VIDEO]

Oct 31st - Samsung is going all metal with the newly announced Galaxy A5 and A3. Their new smartphone line is aimed at a younger demographic and feature 5MP front facing cameras and their thinnest profile yet.

The SNES classic Secret of Mana is now available for Android, but you probably wont like the price

Oct 30th - After launching for iOS back in 2010, Square Enix was kind enough to finally bring the 1993 classic Secret of Mana to Android devices via Google Play.

Android founder Andy Rubin is no longer working at Google

Oct 30th - After leaving Android last year to pursue robotics inside Google's X Labs, today Android co-founder Andy Rubin is reportedly leaving Google entirely to create a new startup aimed at helping up and coming hardware-based companies.

Angry Birds Transformers run-and-gun shooter is now finally available for Android

Oct 30th - After an iOS exclusive held things up, Angry Birds Transformers is now officially available for Android and holy crap -- it's actually quite good. Download for free on Google Play.

Inbox by Gmail invites are going out to existing Inboxers

Oct 30th - Inbox by Gmail invites are going out to existing accounts. Check your Inbox app by pressing the "+" compose button and you'll see the option to send invites to friends/family/acquaintances.

You can barely see the bezel on LG’s latest display

Oct 30th - LG Display has announced a remarkable achievement for folks who can't stand those annoying black bars bordering their screens. The company has developed a 5.3-inch full HD LCD panel that has a bezel width of 0.7mm, which is said to be thinner than the width of a standard credit card.

Google Glass is now formally and officially banned in 56,000 movie theaters worldwide

Oct 30th - Can't say we didn't see this coming, but Google Glass is now banned in a wide range of movie theaters worldwide. The Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners have announced a new policy to protect their copyright material.

Samsung Gear S trots over to the United States starting next week

Oct 30th - Samsung has announced that sales of their standalone Gear S smart watch will begin in the United States starting in November. The earliest known availability is from AT&T, who will have the smart watch on November 7th.

Devs: “OK Google” search command works with any app with 6 quick lines of code

Oct 30th - Google has just publicized an awesome feature for developers who want their apps to be searchable using the "OK Google" voice command. Putting 6 simple lines of code in your manifest file will enable Google Search to allow voice searches that originate from users using the command.

Motorola and Lenovo are officially an item

Oct 30th - Motorola and Lenovo today announced that they have completed a deal for the latter to acquire the former. Motorola is now a Lenovo company, and what that means for the future is still very unclear at this point.

Any.do 2.0 update brings cloud-driven collaboration to the superstar to-do list app

Oct 30th - Any.do is one of the best to-do managers we've used in a long time. The company stresses simplicity over complexity, and feels that less is more when it comes to trying to organize a busy life or work schedule. Today's update makes the experience even better for those who work with others to accomplish their daily tasks in life.