12 weirdest Android device names ever

Apr 15th - There was a time when Android phones were coming out so often that companies were using anything and everything for names. Rocks, stones, metals, liquids, animals, weather conditions, an even emoticons were used as inspiration.

Cortana vs Google Now: Battle of the virtual assistants [VIDEO]

Apr 14th - There is a new kid on the block, and her name is Cortana. Google has a huge head start when it comes to providing information to users, but Microsoft is not a company to take lightly. How does Cortana stack up against the mighty Google Now?

Samsung Galaxy S5 sales already said to be in the “millions” range

Apr 14th - Samsung will have plenty to celebrate this week after another successful launch of a flagship. According to ZDNet Korea, the company has already surpassed 1 million in sales, and the train doesn't appear to be slowing down.

Official Google Camera app available for download in the Play Store [VIDEO]

Apr 16th - Taking a quick stroll through Google's applications on the Play Store this morning? You may have noticed that a newcomer has entered the fold, with an official Google Camera app being available to download at this very moment.

Samsung Gear Glass patent reveals new design that’s part Google Glass, part Dragon Ball Z scouter

Apr 15th - A newly uncovered Samsung Gear Glass patent filing shows a design that's equal parts Google Glass, and Dragon Ball Z scouter. Which design do you like better -- Samsung's or Google's?

Documents show Android didn’t have touch input until after the iPhone was announced (but you already knew that)

Apr 14th - Not that we need formal confirmation, but some new slides presented in the Apple vs Samsung battle of 2014 have confirmed that Android originally didn't implement a way to input commands, text or anything else by way of touch screen.

HTC One M8 said to be coming in plastic variant

Apr 14th - Want a plastic HTC One M8? Me neither, but according to the latest rumors we could be getting one sometime soon. TMT Post is reporting that HTC is planning to introduce a plastic version of their 2014 flagship smartphone.

Sprint Nexus 5 update brings more Spark bands, “miscellaneous Android updates”

Apr 14th - The Now Network, formally known as Sprint, is pushing out an upgrade to their Nexus 5 this morning. Build KTU48F is in tow, with the biggest known change being the enabling of Sprint Spark bands 26 and 41.

Newly leaked LG Isai could hint to the LG G3′s upcoming design

Apr 15th - LG Isai leaked in blue and white colored models. We have a good feeling the phone's design is a hint to what we'll see in the upcoming LG G3. Check out the post to find out why.

Google bought a company that makes solar drones, and we’re officially freaked out

Apr 14th - Google has confirmed the purchase of New Mexico-based Titan Aerospace, a company that specializes in creating high-altitude drone technology for use in... whatever.

T-Mobile UNcarrier Day 3 of 3: get rid of carrier overages

Apr 14th - We thought T-Mobile would be announcing day 3 of their latest "UNcarrier" announcements last Friday, but we had to wait a full weekend to hear anything. The day has finally come, though, with T-Mobile capping off this hat-trick with an announcement that they're abolishing carrier overages.

New Google app icons rumored to be on the way (and someone’s already recreated them)

Apr 14th - It appears Google could be readying upgrades to their mobile apps to bring us a fresh set of icons for their services. The original story talks of a project "Moonshine," which would simply bring updated app icons for various Google apps.

You’ll need an invitation to buy the OnePlus One at first

Apr 17th - OnePlus has announced that the initial ordering process for the OnePlus One will be an invitation-only affair. That's right -- you can only buy the device if you're lucky enough to be invited to buy the device

Samsung Galaxy S5 Review

Apr 17th - Our complete Samsung Galaxy S5 Review and video breaks down every detail of the S5 and helps you decide if it's the phone for you. From hardware and specs to software and new features like the finger scanner, heart rate monitor, and weatherproofing- it's all here!

LG G3 allegedly pictured in the wild, benchmark shows 2K display

Apr 14th - The LG G3 has (allegedly) been pictured in the wild. Well, a portion of it anyway. Showing an AnTuTu benchmark, the pic confirms talk of a 2K display.

Is this our first look at the OnePlus One?

Apr 16th - With as much info as OnePlus themselves have dropped about their upcoming smartphone so far, we're amazed it's taken this long to get our first real look at the thing (even if we don't get much other than its backside).

PSA: US residents can buy Google Glass tomorrow

Apr 14th - Tomorrow at 6am Pacific, Google will open the flood gates for one day only and allow any US resident 18 and older to buy Google Glass for $1,500. Unlike previous Glass Explorers, you won't need a special invite email or special code from Google. All you'll need to do is point your web browser over to the official ordering page to purchase Google's wearable computer while supplies last. That's it

Google Fiber coming to New York? Job listing seems to suggest so

Apr 16th - It looks like Google could be looking to bring Fiber internet service to their biggest market yet. Places like San Antonio and Kansas City are nothing to sneeze about, but New York is a whole different beast.

Gold LG G3 retail box leaks online, 2K display and more reportedly confirmed as well

Apr 16th - After numerous leaks, we now have a good look at the retail box for the upcoming LG G3. It doesn't reveal much (other than the device will come in a gold color) but that 2K display has been reportedly confirmed.

Amazon’s 3D smartphone pictured in the wild, shows off 4 front facing infrared cameras

Apr 15th - Amazon's upcoming smartphone leaked online. Even though it's in a case (to hide its design), we get a clear look at its 4 front facing infrared cameras.