Apr 15th - What? Samsung is trademarking a ton of phone names on a random, rainy day? You don't say! Another round of trademarks have sprouted from the USPTO.
Apr 15th - Today kicks off day one of Google’s Project Ara Developer Conference. The conference is set to begin at 11:30 am Eastern Time. Tune in below. The conference is aimed at developers and Ara enthusiasts of all shapes and sizes. Google hopes to fuel innovation and generate excitement in this entirely new mobile space.
Apr 15th - Quick tip for those of you who back your photos up to Google+ -- you can now attach photos in your email straight from your account using the handy new "Insert Photo" button Google's added to Gmail.
Apr 15th - In case you haven't heard our bazillion reminders up until this point, here's another: you can now buy the Google Glass, if you want.
Apr 15th - Another hot deal is on tap for you folks this morning, with Best Buy putting Samsung's HomeSync set-top box on sale for $99. That's a massive price drop from the typical $299.99 it's offered for.
Apr 15th - Quick heads-up for those of you in the market for an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet: the online retailer has them on sale for as low as $119 today.
Apr 14th - If you're the developer type, registration for Google's annual developer conference starts tomorrow on April 15th and extends through April 18th. Registration was supposed to begin last week, but Google needed a little more time to prepare for this years' registration process.
Apr 14th - Google Glass is finally seeing updates again. This time, it's receiving KitKat along with other software features like photo bundling, and the removal of video calling in Hangouts. Exciting stuff!
Apr 14th - The LG G3 has (allegedly) been pictured in the wild. Well, a portion of it anyway. Showing an AnTuTu benchmark, the pic confirms talk of a 2K display.
Apr 14th - Tomorrow at 6am Pacific, Google will open the flood gates for one day only and allow any US resident 18 and older to buy Google Glass for $1,500. Unlike previous Glass Explorers, you won't need a special invite email or special code from Google. All you'll need to do is point your web browser over to the official ordering page to purchase Google's wearable computer while supplies last. That's it
Apr 14th - Details of the rumored Moto X+1 back covers have leaked. Looks like we may soon find leather back covers offered on Motomaker.
Apr 14th - There is a new kid on the block, and her name is Cortana. Google has a huge head start when it comes to providing information to users, but Microsoft is not a company to take lightly. How does Cortana stack up against the mighty Google Now?
Apr 14th - Google has confirmed the purchase of New Mexico-based Titan Aerospace, a company that specializes in creating high-altitude drone technology for use in... whatever.