How to run Android apps in any Chrome browser

Sep 23rd - Right now you can only run four Android apps in Chrome and they only work with Chrome OS devices. What if you could run any Android app you wanted? And what if all you needed was a Chrome browser? That would be pretty awesome. Luckily it's not just something we can dream about. Thanks to some clever hackers it's really possible.

Android Deals: LG G Pad 8.3 for $199, name your own price gaming bundle, and more

Sep 23rd - Better smartphone photos, wireless data on the go, perhaps even a new smartphone or tablet. If you are in search of any of these things, this week’s highlight reel of deals is for you.

Verizon’s Motorola DROID Turbo leaked in new photos

Sep 23rd - Today we may have gotten our first clear look at the rumored Motorola DROID Turbo. HelloMotoHK has leaked photos of the device showing a design that builds on the Kevlar-infused Motorola DROID MAXX from yesteryear.

Plex to increase prices next week, but you can sign up now to be grandfathered

Sep 23rd - We all hate when prices for our favorite goods and services go up. Another big service is set to increase their prices soon. Plex, which allows you to stream multimedia content over your home network, will now be asking for a bit more money.

Report: iPhone 6 and 6+ success sparks acceleration on Galaxy Note 4 launch

Sep 23rd - With news that Apple managed to sell over 10 million units of the new iPhone devices (those being the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+), Samsung is sweating a bit -- so much so that they've reportedly brought the launch of the device up to a nearer date.

T-Mobile Moto X gets Android 4.4.4 update

Sep 23rd - It took an unseemly amount of time, but the T-Mobile variant of last year's Moto X has finally received an upgrade to Android 4.4. Check inside to find out what's new.

AT&T to carry the LG G3 Vigor starting September 26th

Sep 23rd - AT&T's launching another smartphone this Friday for those of you on a budget. The LG G3 Vigor will be available September 26th for $334.99 with no contract.

New Google Now card can tip you off to flight prices

Sep 23rd - Google Now excels in trying to deliver information that might be relevant to you at any given time. It uses your Google Search history to determine what you might be interested in and tries to serve up whatever it is you might need. That functionality seems to have expanded today with support for flight pricing history.

Kyocera Brigadier Review: a tough one-trick pony

Sep 22nd - It's happened to all of us. You bring home your shiny new phone, and at first you are very careful with it. Inevitably you become more careless and one day you look helplessly at your broken phone laying on the pavement. Enter the big, bad, tough Kyocera Brigadier.

[Update: on second thought...] “Android M” references begin showing up in AOSP comments

Sep 22nd - We haven't even gotten a full taste of Android L (or a final treat name for that matter) and Google engineers are already looking ahead to M. A comment about "Android M" appeared in an Android Open Source Project thread.

Google Play will soon display in-app purchase prices before downloading

Sep 22nd - It seems adding a notice about in-app purchases for apps that have them isn't enough -- Google's looking to give you even more information about in-app purchase prices before you download it. An upcoming update to Google Play will show price ranges for games and apps with in-app purchases.

LG Wine Smart is a smart flip phone that runs Android

Sep 22nd - LG has just announced an interesting Android phone that most of us will probably never use. It's the LG Wine Smart, a flip phone that runs Android.

Samsung Galaxy Alpha launches exclusively on AT&T September 26th

Sep 22nd - Ready for yet another AT&T exclusive? This time, the company teamed up with the biggest manufacturer in the Android phone space -- Samsung -- to offer the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. It'll go on sale starting September 26th.

Android L spotted being used on Nexus 4 by Googlers

Sep 22nd - Well, isn't this interesting. It appears the Nexus 4 won't be left behind when Android L makes its way to handsets later this year. A recent bug report entry in Google's issue tracker mentions a Nexus 4 running a build of Android L.

Let the terrible iPhone 6 clones (with Android) begin [VIDEO]

Sep 22nd - The iPhone 6's launch this past weekend proved people are still excited about Apple, so you can imagine the countless shameless manufacturers out there looking to cash in on its success. It didn't take long, but the first iPhone 6 clone has arrived.

Report: HTC and Google still going strong on Nexus 9 efforts

Sep 22nd - HTC's name has been in the wind as one of the manufacturers responsible for making the next Nexus tablet, though with little to go on since the initial rumor it's understandable if there's still doubt of that happening. It looks like those plans could still be on.

Verizon Moto X (2nd gen) to launch without simultaneous voice and data, requires future Advanced Calling 1.0 update [LEAK]

Sep 20th - Verizon's upcoming Moto X (2nd gen), set to launch on September 26th, will handle simultaneous voice and data quite differently from previous Android phones.

Confirmed: Silver Moto 360 shipments previously delayed are now arriving on time

Sep 19th - Last week, we reported on an inventory mixup causing Motorola to delay shipments of the silver Moto 360 with grey watch band. I'm happy to report that Motorola seems to have fixed the problem: we've just received a shipment (ordered from Motorola.com) and to our surprise... it contained a silver Moto 360 with grey band.

Moto X (2nd Gen) coming to Verizon on September 26th with free Bamboo promotion

Sep 19th - We've got some good news for our patient Verizon customers. The new Moto X will be arriving on Big Red exactly one week from today (Friday, September 26th). This information comes straight Verizon through an internal document.

Google approves the use of Google Glass in Canada

Sep 19th - Good news for any Canucks who've been waiting for Google Glass. It appears Google has quietly approved the use of Glass in Canada. This news comes from Explorer Brian Buquoi who received a replacement Glass with an interesting card.