May 19th - It's official: starting today, you'll begin seeing tweets sprinkled into your Google search results. The news comes after Twitter revealed the deal with Google back in February, so it shouldn't come as much of a surprise.
May 19th - After launching their photo collage making app for iOS back in March, Instagram's Layout is now finally available for Android. The app makes creating photo collages painfully easy and they always come out in an Instagram-friendly 1:1 aspect ratio.
May 19th - Today Google took to their Android Wear product forums to officially announce Android Wear 5.1.1 again, leading us to believe that the update is fixing to rollout for the rest of us.
May 19th - There are few things that we're looking forward to more than the break up of Google+ and Photos in an all new standalone backup/editing solution for Android. Known as Google Photos, it's been heavily rumored for what feels like ever now, only recently confirmed by Google execs during various talks.
May 19th - Today, SEGA made good on that promise as we're finally seeing the first few titles disappear from the Play Store. Surprisingly, it wasn't as bad as we thought. Looks like it was only After Burner Climax and Jet Set Radio SEGA gave the axe (at least for now).
Google, Microsoft, Apple and more urge Obama to protect smartphone security and privacy in open letter
May 19th - It's that time again, folks -- a cause so important has resulted in the country's top tech firms joining hands to stand up and fight. This time, Google, Microsoft, Apple, many more companies, technology experts and security experts have penned a letter to POTUS urging him to block new legislature that undermines privacy and security.
May 19th - Our Best Android Phones rankings have been shifting a lot lately. In the last few months we've seen flagship phones from HTC, Samsung, and now LG. The shake-up continues with the release of the LG G4.
May 19th - Verizon has 3 new limited edition color options for the Motorola DROID Turbo on the way, all of which are a bit metallic in style. You'll have your choice of Blue, Orange or Violet accents for the camera ring, volume rocker and power buttons.
May 19th - Microsoft has today announced that the phone-specific versions of their Office apps are ready for public preview, and that you can download them right now. You'll be getting Excel, Word and Powerpoint in user interfaces fit for the smaller screen of a phone.
May 19th - The YotaPhone 2 officially went on sale in the United States today through a good ol' grassroots IndieGoGo campaign. This is a pre-sale, so the device won't be shipping until August 2015 if you decide to get one.
May 19th - Samsung Flow is now in open beta, though there are a couple of catches. For starters, the service is only available to folks in the US at the moment. Samsung also only opened up initial support for just 7 of their devices
May 19th - Amazon.com's deal of the day is all about Kingston today, and they've got some pretty good discounts if you're looking for removable storage. Most of you will care about the collection of SD and microSD cards.
May 19th - It seems Samsung sells their flagship phones faster and faster each year, and 2015's lineup seems to be no different. The Korea Herald reports that Samsung shipped (which is as good as sold, really) over 10 million Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphones within a month of its April 10th launch.
May 18th - We've heard that LG is cooking up a Galaxy Note competitor and today it's finally been officially announced: introducing the LG G Stylo (aka LG G4 Stylus).
May 18th - T-Mobile has updated their software updates page, with both the Sony Xperia Z3 and its older sibling, the Sony Xperia Z1s, showing that Lollipop has officially entered into the carrier testing phase.