Google Photos developer apologizes for incorrectly identifying black couple as ‘gorillas’

Jul 1st - In what can only be described as one hell of an awkward experience, Google Photos could be accidentally racist. Well, as much as a computer algorithm can be.

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus cases confirm upcoming design

Jul 1st - A freshly leaked CAD render and cases are giving us a pretty good idea of what the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus will look like when they debut later this year.

Sprint CEO: T-Mobile Un-Carrier is bullshit

Jul 2nd - It looks like T-Mobile's edgy CEO John Legere isn't the only man in his position with a loose tongue. Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure seems to have had a nerve stricken by Legere as a result of the Magenta man calling Sprint's new All-In plans a "swing and a miss."

Hangouts 4.0 for iOS brings new UI, lets you send multiple photos at once – so where’s the Android update?

Jun 29th - It's probably not the Hangouts update Android users were expecting, but Hangouts 4.0 rolled out today for iOS users with a slick new UI and a few other tricks along with it.

Sprint’s new All-In plans give you a standard $80 monthly rate no matter which smartphone you buy

Jun 30th - Sprint today had a couple of new plans to announce. The first is All-In, which is the company's new pricing structure that makes it easy to understand and buy new smartphones and service.

Android-powered BlackBerry Venice with a slide-out keyboard reportedly headed to AT&T

Jul 2nd - Reports from earlier this month that BlackBerry would soon launch a full fledged Android-powered smartphone are looking up. Ex-tipster who still occasionally tips/confirms new devices @Evleaks tweeted earlier today that a device called the BlackBerry Venice is headed to AT&T later this year.

Alleged OnePlus 2 leak shows phone could have wooden back with fingerprint scanner

Jun 29th - The OnePlus 2 is on its way, and the OnePlus team has started their unapologetic hype train leading up to the big June 27th reveal. Sad news for them, though, as shots of the thing have surfaced ahead of launch.

Verizon offers up $10,000 to catch Southern California copper cable thieves

Jun 29th - Someone (or a group of individuals) has been stealing Verizon's copper communications cables and now they're offering a $10,000 reward to catch them.

Motorola XT1585 “Kinzie” (Verizon) benchmark surfaces, confirms Snapdragon 810, QHD and other specs

Jun 30th - Word of Verizon's Motorola XT1585 "Kinzie" existence seems to be backed up by a solid benchmark today. GFXBench shows a phone that sports a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, Qualcomm's Octa-Core Snapdragon 810, 3GB of RAM and more.

Google Maps will soon warn you when approaching railroad crossings

Jun 29th - Google and the Federal Railroad Administration today announced a partnership that would help Google get information about all public and private railroad crossings in the United States.

Official: OnePlus 2 will come feature a fingerprint sensor that’s faster than Apple’s TouchID

Jun 29th - Okay, so this mornings OnePlus 2 leak was more than likely a fake, but that doesn't mean it didn't get one thing right: the phone's upcoming fingerprint scanner.

How to listen to Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio station on Android

Jul 1st - Why not get an early taste of Apple Music? It's possible to experience at least one facet of Apple's new service on Android, that being the Beats 1 radio station that features a never-ending broadcast of music

Moto 360 gets permanent price cut to $150

Jul 1st - Deals, sales and refurbs, be damned: the Moto 360 is now $150 at both Google Play and Motorola's website, and it won't be jumping back up in price from here on out.

Nintendo could ship 20 million Android-fueled gaming consoles next year

Jul 2nd - Anyone with an interest in gaming knows the Nintendo Wii U isn't doing so hot, so Nintendo is looking to make the console gamers deserved to get. They'll apparently look to ship 20 million NX units.

Moto G (3rd Gen) exposed in leaked press renders

Jun 29th - You know we’re getting close to the launch of the Motorola Moto G 2015 when press renders of the device are leaked online. This time we have our clearest look yet at the device before it’s officially unveiled later this year.

Sprint quickly backs down on ridiculous 600kbps video throttling

Jul 1st - Sprint came forward with a blog post today saying they heard your cries and will no longer go through with plans to permanently limit video streaming speeds. Chalk one up for petitioners!

Motorola DROID Turbo is now getting Android 5.1 Lollipop

Jul 1st - It's out, folks: the Motorola DROID Turbo's Lollipop is now widely available for all to download.

If Material Design was a game, it would look like these three Android games [VIDEO]

Jun 29th - I love simple games and I love Material Design. So when I first discovered a game called Bing Bong I was very excited. It combined simple and addictive gameplay with a Material-esque design. Then I found more.

Lollipop for the Motorola DROID Turbo is almost ready, and coming sooner than ever

Jun 29th - If Motorola Mobility's recent tweet is any indication, you can expect Android 5.1 Lollipop to be hitting your Motorola DROID Turbo any minute/day/week now. Geez, they're such a tease.

Android 5.1 is rolling out tomorrow for the DROID Turbo

Jun 30th - Yesterday Motorola hinted that Android 5.1 Lollipop was almost here for the DROID Turbo. The real question is when. Well, according to Motorola, it could roll out as soon as this week.