Verizon Moto X (2nd gen) to launch without simultaneous voice and data, requires future Advanced Calling 1.0 update [LEAK]

Sep 20th - Verizon's upcoming Moto X (2nd gen), set to launch on September 26th, will handle simultaneous voice and data quite differently from previous Android phones.

Confirmed: Silver Moto 360 shipments previously delayed are now arriving on time

Sep 19th - Last week, we reported on an inventory mixup causing Motorola to delay shipments of the silver Moto 360 with grey watch band. I'm happy to report that Motorola seems to have fixed the problem: we've just received a shipment (ordered from and to our surprise... it contained a silver Moto 360 with grey band.

Moto X (2nd Gen) coming to Verizon on September 26th with free Bamboo promotion

Sep 19th - We've got some good news for our patient Verizon customers. The new Moto X will be arriving on Big Red exactly one week from today (Friday, September 26th). This information comes straight Verizon through an internal document.

Google approves the use of Google Glass in Canada

Sep 19th - Good news for any Canucks who've been waiting for Google Glass. It appears Google has quietly approved the use of Glass in Canada. This news comes from Explorer Brian Buquoi who received a replacement Glass with an interesting card.

From the Forums: Show us your Moto 360, Scottish independence, and more

Sep 19th - Will you give up you Android device in favor of a new iPhone? Will Scotland vote for independence? How’s your Moto 360 style? All these questions and more answered in this week’s edition of From the Forums.

This hack allows you to run any Android app on Chromebooks

Sep 19th - Last week Google opened the door for Android apps on Chrome OS. The first four apps arrived: Duolingo, Evernote, Vine, and Sight Words. Google promises that more apps will be on the way in the coming months, but until then we asked what apps you'd like to see. But why be limited to the apps Google chooses?

Mobile Roar 62: Moto 360 Review, Android Silver, and U2 Virus

Sep 19th - It's still Motorola Mayhem™ around these parts. We share our final thoughts on the Moto 360 and Moto G after putting them through the paces in our full reviews. Apple news is still coming in hot and heavy after the release of iOS 8.

Official: Android L will have encryption turned on by default

Sep 19th - Android is about to get a whole lot more secure. The Washington Post is reporting that Android L will automatically encrypt user data out of the box. This will make it much more difficult for law enforcement officials (a.k.a NSA) access your personal private data.

PSA: Pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 now

Sep 19th - Verizon and AT&T have the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 up for pre-order now starting at $299 on a new two-year contract.

TinyCam Monitor puts home surveillance on your wrist with Android Wear extension

Sep 19th - If you use an IP camera system for home surveillance and own an Android device, chances are you have used tinyCam Monitor. The software that brings live video feeds from supported cameras positioned around your home to your smartphone display can now do the same for your smartwatch.

Study: Average Android gamer plays 37 minutes per day

Sep 19th - How much time per day do you spend playing games on your Android device? Flurry breaks down the stats on a region-by-region basis.

LG G3 ad named largest ever by Guinness World Records

Sep 19th - How do you highlight the big, vibrant display of the LG G3? How about with an equally big and vibrant billboard? That’s exactly what LG did with a new ad placed outside of Saudi Arabia’s King Khalid International Airport. But wait a minute, you say, why is a new billboard newsworthy?

Photos of Samsung’s next Galaxy Alpha leak

Sep 19th - As soon as Samsung answered consumer demand by introducing a metal-clad smartphone, it seems the company is already on a path toward abandoning the build material. That’s what is being suggested by the newly-leaked Samsung SM-A500, anyway.

Now might be a great time to buy an second-hand Android

Sep 18th - Have you been able to avoid the temptation of screaming “TAKE MY MONEY” while throwing your Android phone at the feet of Tim Cook and the Apple horde?  Then now might be a great time to pick up a new, slightly used Android device. Bloomberg reports that phone trade-in site Gazelle has experienced a rash of folks […]

Dear Tim Cook: watch your Google rant get destroyed in 2 paragraphs

Sep 18th - Apple CEO Tim Cook today published an open letter to customers, passive aggressively attacking Google's business model without ever mentioning the company's name. This led some sites to sensationalize Cook's rant as a heroic piece of literature that single handedly "ripped apart Google's business model in 2 paragraphs." That's funny, because it only takes 2 paragraphs to dismantle the whole thing.