Sep 16th - A new week means it's time for some new deals. Once again we have deals on everything from hardware to software to media. If you're looking for some new gadgets, accessories, apps, games, or music you've come to the right place.
Sep 16th - The Moto G is a rare beast: a budget-priced phone from one of the most respected players in the mobile industry. Motorola doesn’t just stamp their name on any old handset, and it’s more apparent than ever with the 2014 refresh to the company’s best selling smartphone of all time.
Sep 16th - Microsoft and Google are not the best of friends, but Microsoft has shown willingness to play nice with Google's OS. Several of their services are available as Android apps, and now they've created a very nice-looking Bluetooth keyboard.
Sep 16th - If you've been wanting a super durable version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 you have been stuck with AT&T. The Galaxy S5 Active is finally leaving the US and heading to Canada. Bell, Rogers, and TELUS are all offering the Active for around CA$280 with a two-year contract and CA$700 outright.
Sep 16th - Back in the day you may remember a popular series of Android t-shirts that took the geek world by storm. It's been a long time since we've seen some creative Android apparel like those t-shirts, but Andy's Threads is trying to fix that.
Sep 16th - The LG G3 family is getting a little bigger. Today, LG has announced a new mid-range device for the G3 series, and it's coming to U.S. carriers. The LG G3 Vigor will be available on AT&T and Sprint later this year.
Sep 16th - Yesterday we told you about the new Moto X going up for pre-order today. We were expecting pre-orders to go live at 11am Central, but AT&T has jumped the gun. They are offering the 16GB version of the new Moto X in black soft-touch, black leather, and bamboo.
Sep 15th - You can type certain questions in to Google and get a pretty little answer on top of the search results. Unlike the results that show up while you type, answers only show once you press enter. With this new feature enabled you can see answers to questions while you're typing too.
Sep 15th - One of the best reasons to own a Motorola device is the excellent Moto Voice capability. Simply put, it's like Google Now on steroids. It's pretty cool. Moto Voice was just updated with some interesting additions for Moto 360 users.
Sep 15th - Last week NVIDIA spilled the beans on the upcoming HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet. The leaked document stated the Nexus 9 will be released in the third quarter of 2014, which we are currently in. One of the exciting features of the Nexus 9 is the rumored Microsoft Surface-like keyboard case.
Sep 15th - Earlier today Motorola announced pre-order availability for the new Moto X. They also sneaked in word that the Moto 360 will be back in stock. When the 360 went up for sale just over a week ago it quickly went out of stock.
Sep 15th - Many Android apps allow you to download media for offline enjoyment. This is common among streaming music apps and podcast players. What if you could do the same with YouTube videos?
Sep 15th - Samsung was one of the first Android OEMs to try Android cameraphones. The problem with those devices is they are bulky and not that great at being a camera. Panasonic is trying to do both of those things better with their new Lumix CM1.
Sep 15th - You've heard of bike lanes, but what about phone lanes? Chongqing City in China has created a special sidewalk lane for phone zombies. One side of the sidewalk is clearly marked "Mobile Phone Sidewalk," and the other side is for normal pedestrians.
Sep 15th - Back at Google I/O we heard about Android One, a new initiative to get Android devices in the hands of the 5 billion people without smartphones. Since then we haven't heard much about this program, but today Google is finally announcing the first batch of devices.