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.

Rite Aid and CVS give Apple Pay and Google Wallet the shaft, purportedly to push their own technology

Oct 27th - Rite Aid and CVS have both confirmed that they are no longer allowing NFC payments in their retail stores. Rumor suggests it's because they want to make way for their own payment solution in 2015.

[Update: someone jumped the gun] Nexus 6 is now officially available for pre-order on Google Play

Oct 29th - The Nexus 6 is now available for pre-order starting today! Head inside for links to Google Play and get your order in as soon as possible.

Motorola DROID Turbo vs Nexus 6 [CHART]

Oct 28th - Verizon and Motorola just announced the DROID Turbo, a powerful device with specs that can match the Nexus 6. These two devices are similar in almost every way, except for one key difference: size.

Amazon announces the Fire TV Stick, a $39 Chromecast competitor

Oct 27th - Amazon's Fire TV is a slick device for $99, but for that price tag it might not be quite the looker for folks who only need to use a few of its streaming video apps. They've gone ahead and challenged Google at their own game, though, with the company officially unveiling the Amazon Fire Stick.

New DROID Turbo gets 48 hours of battery life, launches October 30th on Verizon

Oct 28th - Verizon has finally officially revealed the Motorola DROID Turbo. The company made it quite obvious that this is what they were announcing over the past few weeks. Earlier rumors told us to expect a phone that exceeded all expectations, and we're happy to say that it totally does.

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.

Reminder: OnePlus One pre-sales begin at 8am pacific for one hour only

Oct 27th - In case you forgot to set a reminder for yourself, here's a quick one: the OnePlus One pre-order system goes live today beginning at 8am pacific. It lasts for just one hour so be sure to ready yourself!

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.

Motorola DROID Turbo battery life test: nowhere near 2-days, but still pretty great

Oct 31st - We've all heard Motorola and Verizon's claims of 2-day battery life for the DROID Turbo, one of the reasons we rushed out to buy the phone on day 1. But just how true are those claims? Find out in our post!

The FTC is suing AT&T for promising unlimited data, only to later slow speeds to a crawl

Oct 28th - Concerned with deceptive and unfair data throttling, the Federal Trade Commission is suing AT&T for deceptive and unfair data throttling related to the company's once advertised "unlimited data" data plans.

Another place Google Wallet works alongside Apple Pay? Try the Apple Store

Oct 29th - We tried to tell you guys, anywhere you can use Apple Pay you can also use Google Wallet (which is why we were so excited that Apple was finally making tap-to-pay mobile payments mainstream). Still don't believe us? Check out this screen shot.

A champagne gold colored Moto 360 just popped up on Amazon

Oct 29th - A champagne gold Moto 360 just quietly appeared on Amazon. Comes in two different strap sizes for men or women: 23mm or 16mm. Once this becomes official -- who's buying?

Must watch: working Project Ara prototype shown off in behind the scenes video

Oct 29th - Still in its infancy, Project Ara still has a ways to go before it reaches a consumer release. Over the past few months, we’ve watch as more information surrounding the project continually trickled out, the most recent being a second round of Project Ara developer’s conferences slated for January in both the US and Singapore. […]

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.

Motorola posts Lollipop tracking page, see which devices are getting an Android 5.0 and when

Oct 27th - After Android 5.0 Lollipop was officially revealed 2 weeks ago, OEMs like Motorola were quick voice their support for the upcoming update. With a new Lollipop tracking page, you can see which Moto devices are receiving Android 5.0 and when.

Obesity crisis be damned, slick new Taco Bell app lets you order food ahead of time

Oct 28th - We warned you to stock up on toilet paper and you now can order food ahead of time using Taco Bell's brand new app. The app allows you to skip the line and customize your orders straight from the couch/office/toilet.

T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z3 now available for purchase, comes with 6 free movie downloads

Oct 29th - After pre-orders for the Sony Xperia Z3 opened up almost 2 weeks ago, starting today, you can finally pick one up at T-Mobile. It’s arguably one of the best “pocketable” smartphones you can buy this year and while you wont be able to pick up a free copy of DriveClub (pre-orders only), you can rest […]

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.

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.