The creators of Cut the Rope release King of Thieves for Android

Mar 5th - Dodge traps and steal gold from other players in this unique mix of platformer and PVP multiplayer game, King of Thieves is available now for Android.

Android Lollipop rolling out now to Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in India

Mar 5th - Earlier this week we wrote about Android Lollipop only being on 3.3% of devices, but that number is slowly growing every day. The latest device to see some Lollipop love is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in India.

More rumors point to Huawei being the next Nexus maker

Mar 4th - The rumors about the next Nexus device never really stop. Last week we wrote about a rumor suggesting that the next Nexus will be made by an unlikely manufacturer: Huawei.

LG planning to launch a device on a tier higher than the LG G4

Mar 4th - We expected the LG G4 to be the cream of LG's crop whenever they decide to reveal it later this year, but new reports suggest that won't be the case this time around.

OnePlus expands sale of the OnePlus One to all EU countries

Mar 4th - To now, the OnePlus One wasn't available for everyone in the European Union. As easy as it may be to import one from the UK, Germany or other big countries, there's nothing like dodging the headache and inflated price tags that tend to come with that process. Thankfully, OnePlus is putting an end to the need to do that.

Enter to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 from AndroidArea.com

Mar 4th - It goes without saying, but I’ll type it anyway: the Samsung Galaxy Tab S was one of our favorite tablets of 2014. Now AndroidArea.com is giving you a chance to win the 8.4-inch version. No strings, no gimmicks.

I tried the new HTC Vive Virtual Reality Headset and it blew my mind [VIDEO]

Mar 4th - Blown away: that was my reaction after demoing HTC's new virtual reality headset - the Vive - at Mobile World Congress. It will be available to consumers later this year, and depending on price, could absolutely change the game.

This is what it’s like to unbox the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge [VIDEO]

Mar 4th - If you don't want your Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge unboxing experienced ruined once it arrives on your doorstep this Spring, do not watch this video. But who are we kidding -- you probably can't help yourself! Neither could Samsung.

Samsung has 22 digital gifts for Samsung Galaxy S6 buyers

Mar 4th - When (or if) you buy the Samsung Galaxy S6, you'll surely be entitled to free gifts. Digital gifts, mind you, but gifts nonetheless. They'll come in the form of premium in-app offers and subscriptions from a variety of different services.

Verizon’s HTC One M8 starts receiving Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade

Mar 4th - Verizon's HTC One M8 has been late to the Lollipop party, but as we always say it's better late than never. The upgrade is now rolling out to users, Verizon has announced.

Hands-on with the elegant Huawei Watch [VIDEO]

Mar 4th - Mobile World Congress has produced some awesome Android devices this year, but the Huawei Watch might our favorite. What sets the Huawei Watch apart is the "no compromise" round display.

Google Contacts gets a much-needed redesign and cool new features

Mar 4th - Google has announced an update to the web version of Google Contacts. It's an app that has long been hidden inside of Gmail and has never gotten the attention it deserved, but that's changing with today's announcement.

The Netflix for Games: NVIDIA Shield Android TV coming in May for $199

Mar 4th - NVIDIA has just taken the wraps off an exciting product that hopes to transform the NVIDIA Shield from a mobile gaming device into the centerpiece of your living room entertainment with the NVIDIA Shield Android TV.

Your next Android phone might come with Waze pre-installed

Mar 3rd - Every time you start up a new Android device for the first time you see a bunch of pre-installed Google apps. Google may be adding yet another app to this bundle.

Google+ is being split apart into Photos and Streams, Hangouts to live on as standalone service

Mar 3rd - Google has announced some new organizational plans for Google+ and corresponding services. Google+ is being broken into two different services: Photos and Stream. Hangouts messenger will remain its own standalone service.