Aug 21st - When most people hear the words "Net Neutrality" they immediate think of the internet as we know it being destroyed. All of the negativity and confusion around the term "Net Neutrality" is making it difficult to know what box to check that advances their best interest.
May 12th - An ad promoting the Comcast and Time Warner merger as a glorious thing for consumers includes net neutrality protection as one of the benefits. But if the deal goes through, it could be one of the biggest blows to net neutrality we've seen in quite awhile.
May 7th - The FCC could be making a HUGE mistake if their internet "fast lanes" proposal comes to pass. Today, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and other tech giants are standing up against the FCC in a newly published open letter.
Apr 24th - We may soon be entering an age of digital discrimination, where all websites are not created equal. The government is supporting a law to allow Internet Service Providers like Comcast to charge websites and companies fees to ensure their content is distributed with guaranteed speed to consumers.
Oct 31st - When Google showed off Android 5.0 Lollipop’s new Material Design aesthetic during this year’s Google I/O, the first thing we thought about was how this would translate to the custom skins offered by OEMs like HTC and Samsung. Just before we kick off the weekend, the boys at SamMobile are quenching a little bit of […]
Oct 31st - Hidden inside the latest Google Play Services apk, Google's Copresence sounds awesome. Sending files directly between Android and iOS devices could suddenly become a whole lot easier.
Oct 31st - We've all heard Motorola and Verizon's claims of 2-day battery life for the DROID Turbo, one of the reasons we rushed out to buy the phone on day 1. But just how true are those claims? Find out in our post!
Virginia judge rules police can order a suspect unlock their phone via fingerprint (but not passcode)
Oct 31st - If you're a privacy nut, it seems it could be more secure to lock down your smartphone with a passcode than a fingerprint. That is, if you're concerned with the police snooping through your phone.
Oct 31st - This Halloween there isn’t much scarier than going to order a Nexus 6 only to find it out of stock. If that’s you or if you are among the lucky few to secure your new Google smartphone, this week’s From the Forums is for you. Also, we take a look at Droid Turbo discussion and what’s happening around Android Forums for Halloween.