Jul 29th - Android Wear all the things. Link Bubble 1.3.0 has added the ability to display web pages (just the text) on your Android Wear smartwatch.
Jul 29th - It's finally official: Instagram has launched their Snapchat competitor, Bolt, in select countries around the world. Anyone take it for a spin yet?
Jul 29th - If you're like me you find great joy in pulling pranks on your friends. When a perfectly planned and executed prank comes together it is a thing of beauty. Nowadays everyone is carrying a device that is chock full of pranking potential.
Jul 29th - If you’re in the market for a new tablet, today’s deals might be for you. The savings start with the Galaxy Tab Pro but they don’t end there. Deals abound on plenty of apps and games as well as music and movies to help round out the month of July.
Jul 29th - Google has released a patch for that Fake ID vulnerability making headlines today. Should be in AOSP and OEMs hands shortly.
Jul 29th - Never mind the notion that the Blackberry Messenger ship has failed -- let's talk about the fact that Blackberry tried so hard to force a user interface on us that didn't feel like it belonged in the first place. Thankfully that's about to change.
Jul 29th - SwiftKey is getting a pretty sizable update in the Google Play Store. You're definitely going to want to check this one out if you've stopped using the app over performance issues. Lots of new language support too.
Jul 29th - For many of the folks unlucky enough to miss the San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend -- where you had a chance to buy figurines from Dead Zebra's Heroes and Villains 2 collection -- not all hope is lost. The company has put the figurines up for sale on their website.
Jul 29th - Looking to buy Google Glass off a bored developer or sell your unit for some needed cash? Swappa has decided to step in and be a better middle man than other options out there.
Jul 29th - Public Access Radio fans have a new app to sink their teeth into: NPR has brought their NPR One app to Android. The app feeds you daily news stories from around the world and within your community.
Jul 29th - Quick heads up to anyone who pre-ordered NVIDIA's first Tegra K1 gaming tablet: the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet (and the wireless controller that you can buy alongside it) ships starting today!
Jul 29th - It's remarkable how many developers seem to miss the mark when it comes to following Google's design guidelines with each passing version of Android. Reddit News doesn't fit that category of developers, and they're showing that again with their latest beta update.
Jul 28th - PSA: Starting this week, you'll need to use Facebook Messenger if you're looking to send or receive messages on your phone through Facebook.
Jul 28th - Sources have confirmed the existence of Motorola "Shamu," which is rumored to be the Nexus 6. Why Shamu? Well, besides aligning with Google's fishy device codenames, it's apparently a whale of a phone, literally. 5.9 inches, reportedly.
Jul 28th - Here's today's juiciest rumor: Google could be scrapping Android Silver in favor of a Motorola-made Nexus phablet launching later this year.
Jul 28th - Android 4.4.4 is now rolling out to the Moto X on Verizon. Aside from the expected security patches, the update also brings along a few Moto-exclusive goodies as well.
Jul 28th - The mythical Facebook Phone was first rumored in 2010 but the most we've seen thus far are gimmicky devices like the HTC Status with dedicated Facebook buttons. But a recent Facebook patent, titled "co-molding display with body of mobile device," suggests something bigger could be in the works.
Jul 28th - Uh oh. A new image posted by Google is leaving some wondering if they didn't just show the rumored Nexus 9. That, or just a nondescript black slab.
Jul 28th - Another Samsung Galaxy S4 catches fire, 3rd party battery the likely culprit. Still no word on whether HTC will swoop in with a replacement device of their own.