Recent Android L builds looking a lot more mature with tweaked system UI [VIDEO]

Oct 1st - Android L might not look totally different when it makes its way out of the oven compared to what Google first showed at this past year's I/O, but Google isn't against changing a few things up ahead of its official release.

Pebble and Pebble Steel now being sold in the United Kingdom

Oct 1st - Yesterday we learned that folks in the US would be able to buy the Pebble and Pebble Steel at considerably lower prices, and now a whole new crop of folks are set to get in on the fun. The smart watches have made their way to the United Kingdom in official capacity.

HTC One M8 Eye press photos leak; looks just like an HTC One M8

Oct 1st - According to the rumor mill, HTC is supposed to be introducing an HTC One M8 with a souped up camera at next week's New York City event. We may have just gotten our first look at the thing.

Underwater Sony Xperia Z3 uboxing shows off its killer feature [VIDEO]

Sep 30th - Although occasionally guilty of it ourselves, we’ll admit — smartphone unboxings aren’t always the funnest videos to watch. But alas, they’re a necessary evil, meant to give you a quick first look at what you can expect when you open up x device for yourself (and we typically mix in our first impressions to keep […]

Sony Xperia Z3 gets the teardown treatment, reveals modular components and parts

Sep 30th - We’ve been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Sony Xperia Z3 and its smaller sibling, the Z3 Compact. Call us sick in the heads, but we take a certain amount of pleasure in watching the disassembly of these tiny pocket computers with the Sony Xperia Z3 being no different. The phone is the subject of […]

Pushbullet introduces ‘Channels,’ like a mix between Yo, IFTTT, and RSS

Sep 30th - Pushbullet gets better everyday and while we're not entirely sure how we'll use their latest feature Channels, we're sure we'll think of something. It's nice to see the developers always working on new updates.

Google Play is now showing Android developers’ addresses and pricing for in-app purchases

Sep 30th - Developer addresses and in-app purchase pricing are now live on the Google Play Store (both app and on the web).

Best Android games from September 2014

Sep 30th - Another month bites the dust. September is officially ending, and with it has gone the last traces of summer. The good news is there were quite a few excellent new games this month. As the weather gets a little cooler you can stay inside and play games on your phone.

LG G3 officially headed to US Cellular next month

Sep 30th - Not everyone is able to get service with the Verizons, AT&Ts, Sprints and T-Mobiles of the world. For those folks, some good news has arrived -- US Cellular will be carrying the LG G3 starting in October.

Android Deals: 30% off the Galaxy Tab S, 90s albums at 90s prices, and more

Sep 30th - This week’s Android deals include sweet savings on the Super AMOLED-equipped Galaxy Tab S, your one-stop shop for password management, and classic 90s albums at vintage prices. Act quick. These deals are here today, but they could be gone tomorrow.

The Moto 360 is back in stock through Motorola – hurry, supply is limited

Sep 30th - Availability of the Moto 360 has been tricky these past few weeks. Whether Motorola didn’t make enough, or demand has been so high they can’t keep ‘em on store shelves it’s clear Motorola didn’t properly gauge consumer demand for the new smartwatch. Today, after a bit of a dry spout, the Moto 360 is once […]

Pebble and Pebble Steel get permanent price cuts, new health features

Sep 30th - Pebble has announced some very good news today for not only existing owners of their smart watches, but folks who are interested in jumping into the fray at some point soon.

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.