CyanogenMod releases final CM11 and CM12 builds as they focus on CM12.1

Jun 26th - Although we admit, we don’t ROM as hard as we used to, we know many of you are still rooting and flashing like it was 2009. Those of you still into that scene will be pleased to know that CyanogenMod announced last night that final builds for both CM11 and CM12 have officially been released.

Every Moto X (2nd Gen) Pure Edition is now receiving Android 5.1 Lollipop

Jun 26th - Starting today, every single unlocked Motorola Moto X 2014 (2nd Gen) Pure Edition will be updated to Android 5.1. For real this time. We mean it.

‘Running Circles’ is a spherical and addictive Android game [VIDEO]

Jun 26th - "Run in circles" is an idiom that usually has something to do with wasting your time, and that is exactly what Running Circles does, but in a good way.

Huawei gives some Honor 6 owners a chance to beta test Android 5.1 Lollipop before official rollout

Jun 26th - It's not the first OEM that comes to mind when you think of software updates, but Huawei has been making a better effort at supporting some of their flagships with newer versions of Android.

Take 2 minutes to sign up for a free Conan O’Brien virtual reality cardboard headset

Jun 26th - What do you do if you want your Conan in VR but don't have a headset? You take 2 minutes out of your fine Friday afternoon and request a free one, of course.

The Confederate flag is being purged from app stores everywhere in light of hate crime

Jun 26th - When a mass shooting that seems to be motivated by racial hate happens, you can expect it to make ripples throughout nearly all the lands, including app stores.

Motorola invites DROID Turbo users to new soak test; is it finally Lollipop?

Jun 26th - It's coming, folks. Motorola has sent soak test notifications to Motorola DROID Turbo users informing them that they can participate in an early trial of an upcoming software upgrade.

Deal: Grab the ASUS ZenWatch for $50 off at Best Buy

Jun 26th - Best Buy is holding a quick sale on the ASUS ZenWatch. It's $50 off its usual price of $200, meaning you'll walk away with one for just $150.

Samsung could manufacture Qualcomm’s 3GHz Snapdragon 820

Jun 26th - Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chipset is expected be quite a treat. The sour taste in folks' mouths from the Snapdragon 810 might be assuaged by new rumors that the forthcoming 820 will be manufactured by Samsung.

You can now buy SanDisk’s 200GB microSD card for $239 at Amazon

Jun 26th - SanDisk's insane 200GB microSD card is now available for purchase. You can grab one for as little as $239 over at Amazon.

HTC Aero looks to be the company’s new hero device launching later this year

Jun 25th - HTC's CEO said the company has a new hero device planned for the end of the year. According to famed tipsters @evleaks and @upleaks, this device could be known internally as the HTC Aero.

Spotify update finally brings Android Wear support, now available on Google Play

Jun 25th - It was almost a month ago that Spotify announced their intentions to bring Android Wear support to their application in June. Earlier today, Spotify was updated on the Google Play Store and yes, it finally brings that smartwatch compatibility you've been craving.

Sonic Runners is now available for everyone on Google Play

Jun 25th - Sonic Runners is yet another one of those endless runner titles and has a sort of "retro" cell-shaded look to it. It initially launched in some regions as a first test run, but today it's finally available globally. More details provided in the post.

Become an elite programmer with the 2015 Learn to Code Bundle

Jun 25th - Have you ever wanted to learn to code? AndroidArea.com is making it simple by offering you the chance to get schooled up on back-end coding right from your computer.

Amazon is offering 22 Android apps and games worth over $50 for free, including Monument Valley

Jun 25th - Fancy some free games and apps that normally cost you coin? Amazon has a bundle of them going for free today. There are 22 in all, and buying the whole lot would normally set you back just over $50.