HTC now offering 100GB of free Google Drive storage for One M8, One Max, One Remix and more

Sep 2nd - HTC is now offering 100GB of Google Drive storage for anyone rocking one of their One or Desire devices. Not all devices are eligible, so check out the post for full details.

Sony Xperia Z3 leaks in copper alongside new E Ink SmartBand

Sep 2nd - Looks like Sony will also offer a copper colored variant of the Xperia Z3. Also if you look closely, you'll catch a glimpse of their upcoming E Ink SmartBand in this leaked press image.

Verizon HTC One M7 receiving Android 4.4.3 and Extreme Power Saving mode this week

Sep 2nd - HTC announced today that the original One (M7) has been green lit to receive Android 4.4.3 today. But that's not all, the OTA update will also bring HTC's Extreme Power Saving mode as well.

Leaked: Sony’s E-mount compatible APS-C sized lens camera for Android devices

Sep 2nd - Sony's E-mount lens camera has been leaked ahead of its official IFA unveiling. So, what is it? Just an attachable APS-C sensor that allows you to use any Sony E-mount lens on your Android device.

Android Deals: $200 off the Galaxy S5, 75% savings on Jump Desktop, and more

Sep 2nd - What’s in the old Android Deals goody bag this week? How about savings on a new Galaxy S5 or LG G Watch? Steep discounts on remote desktop software for Android and Disney’s Castle of Illusion? We’ve even got the tipoff on some audiobook and eBook deals that will give your brain a bit of exercise.

This Amazingly secure Android phone was able to discover fake cell phone towers

Sep 2nd - We've always been suspicious of folks being able to snoop in on phone conversations or intercept data, but there isn't much we can do to prove that happening or to prevent the foul act. One secure phone seems to have changed that, however.

Sony Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact leak shows off full hardware specs and fun new colors

Sep 2nd - We're only a day away from Sony's event in Berlin but before they could unveil their new smartphone/tablet lineup, we're getting one last look at the Sony Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact (along with alleged specs).

Google plans to update Android Wear watches early and often; first roadmap of features outlined

Sep 2nd - Google engineering director David Singleton revealed Google's plans for updating Android Wear. Hint: they want it fast, and they want it often. Find out some of the early features Google's looking to implement.

ASUS to undercut competition with sub-$199 price point for ZenWatch Android Wear smart watch

Sep 2nd - ASUS is often a brand you can count on to deliver lower prices while still offering a good deal of quality. They could be looking to continue that trend with their Android Wear-based ZenWatch smart watch. CEO Jerry Shen confirmed to FocusTaiwan that the company would be looking to target a price tag beneath $199

Meizu officially launches MX4: 5.36-inch 1080p display, 8-core CPU, 20 megapixel camera and more

Sep 2nd - Meizu has officially launched their latest flagship smartphone -- the Meizu MX4. The device is absolutely ridiculous in the specs department, and it doesn't look too bad on the outside either.

Samsung introduces Swarovski-encrusted Gear S (because crystals make everything look better)

Sep 2nd - Swarovski crystals on a smartphone? Meh. On a smart watch? Why, now you're talking Samsung! The company has introduced a version of the Samsung Gear S that has Swarovski crystals encrusted on the watch band.

Let’s talk about how terrible Comcast is (and how afraid Time Warner customers should be)

Sep 1st - There’s no secret Comcast isn’t the world’s most favorite internet service provider. Heck, they probably don’t even have the` favor of a few innocent souls who don’t know the difference between dial-up and fiber. There’s no shortage of Comcast horror stories on the internet. We’re not sure why Comcast is so bad, but they are. […]

Best new Android games from August 2014

Sep 1st - Games, games, games. So many games came out this last month. Some simple, others complex. We even had a game from the now infamous developer of Flappy Bird. What more could you ask for?

Best Android Phones [September 2014]

Sep 1st - As summer winds down we are once again ranking our favorite Android phones. Some familiar names made our list, but which handset came out on top? Will the fall’s big announcements shake things up in the coming weeks? Read on to find out.

Happy Labor Day!

Sep 1st - It's Labor Day for those of us in the United States. It's the unofficial official closure to summer. Many students are already headed back to school. Barbecue pits will be HOT. To those celebrating this fine holiday with us, Happy Labor Day!

The new Moto X shows up in Verizon Wireless computer system, could launch with Moto Maker

Aug 31st - We've already seen the Verizon variants of the new Moto X (Moto X+1) sporting an all black case and a white and bamboo combination. Today's tip we received adds a little more credibility to those images, at least from an outside shell standpoint.

Best Android Tablets [September 2014]

Aug 31st - In the market for an Android tablet? Don’t know whether or not you should wait? With the summer behind us and IFA 2014 kicking off this week, now is precarious time to be in the market. Here are our picks for the best slates currently available and a look at what’s on the horizon.

Madden NFL Mobile review: the best of Ultimate Team right in your pocket

Aug 31st - Many football gamers have likely already drain hours of their time into Madden NFL 15 for consoles as it launched this past Tuesday. But what about when you're away from and needing that football fix? EA Sports has a pretty decent gift for you lot -- Madden NFL Mobile.

Tholotis will let you blur, dim, and tint your Android wallpapers for pure home screen perfection

Aug 30th - If you spend any amount of time fine tuning your Android homescreens to perfection, you need to check out Tholotis. The app allows you to blur, dim, and tint backgrounds using a clean and minimal interface.

Best new Android apps from August 2014

Aug 30th - Womp womp. The last "summer month" is coming to an end. The beaches are getting less crowded. RV's are being put back in storage. Back-to-school sales can be found in every store. It's a sad time of year. The good news is we had a bunch of great new Android apps launch in August.