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Since Google had unveiled a pure Android Google Edition of Samsung's Galaxy S4 flagship at its developer I/O conference, there have been rumors that a similar 'Sense-less' treatment may be given to rival hardware-maker HTC with a Google Edition of the HTC One as well
Here, we take a look at five new and important things that consumers should know about LG and Google's Nexus 4.
We take a look at what consumers should not expect from Google's rumored Nexus 7 successor, the Nexus 7 2.
A new update to Google Play Magazine app released today now makes it easier for users to browse the content stored locally and in the Google Play Store.
Nexus 7 2 rumors have sprouted up again today with the latest seemingly pointing to a release at some point in the near future, possibly in July.
A changing mobile climate and repeated murmurs of a rumored tiff between Samsung and Android should have ARM scared.
After Google demanded that the Microsoft-developed YouTube app for the Windows Phone 8 platform be taken down as it violates Google's terms of service, Microsoft is attempting to make peace with its rival.
We take a look at what to expect from the Nexus 7 2, a possible successor to the popular Nexus 7 Android tablet.
We take a look at the five most important things to know about the rumored Nexus 5, right now.
iOS 7 is Apple's opportunity to incorporate better distracted driving systems into the phone.
Here are the five most important things to know about the rumored HTC One Nexus.
T-Mobile has become the latest carrier in the United States to not allow Android devices to use Google Wallet, Google's NFC-powered payment system.
Future versions of Google+ Hangouts seamlessly integrate Google Voice, including inbound and outbound phone calls.
Google Glass was the talk of San Francisco last week as geeks paraded around town with Google's latest wearable computing eyepiece at the Google I/O conference, but is the rest of America ready to embrace this new form of technology?
Motorola had filed for three patents for a smartwatch that may give hints to the rumored Nexus smartwatch that Google is working on, in addition to Google Glass.
Google I/O 2013 was a feast for the eyes. Google had an impressive array of physical products, promos and demos on display.
Microsoft could learn a thing or two from the products Google presented and launched during this week's Google I/O.
With iOS 7 Apple is going to be playing catch up to Google when it comes to Photos, personal assistants, a Music subscription service and with iMessage and Facetime.
A Samsung Galaxy S4 Nexus is confirmed to be arriving in late June, but will it also be joined by an HTC One Nexus this summer? Perhaps.
Two of Google's top security executives believe that users are still technology's most exploitable security flaw.
Apple is still trying to strike deals with Sony/ATV and BMG Rights Management for its iRadio service.
According to software engineers, Google is looking to make even more moves to address Android's fragmentation issue.
Eight Congressmen on the Bipartisan Congressional Privacy Caucus have sent a letter to Google asking the Internet search giant to address privacy concerns and questions surrounding the use of Google Glass by June 14th.
The Nexus 7 2 may benefit from a later release as Google's newfound commitment to a premium design & experience likely means a higher-end Nexus 7 2 design.
While the Nexus 7 is still on sale thanks to a lack of a Nexus 7 2 at Google I/O, the Nexus 7 dock accessory remains out of stock on Google Play.
A leaked Scroogled ad now maintains that Google uses its Chrome web browser to spy on users, wherever they are.
Google+ Hangouts will soon feature SMS integration, simplifying messaging for users and challenging Facebook Messenger's Chat Heads.
With the lack of a Nexus 7 2 announcement, the older Nexus 7 lives to fight another day. Here are five new things to know about the elder Nexus 7.
One of the problems with talking about the cloud is that it's this obscure concept that consumers don't really grasp. At best, many consumers think of the cloud as this mythical storage center in the universe where their files are stored and backed up.
Ahead of Google I/O, there were many rumors that Google would utilize its developer conference to set the stage to introduce the next version of the Android 4.3 operating system.
Google had updated its Play Books app for Android and iOS following the Google I/O keynote yesterday to add features to the e-book service.
It appears that AT&T is not allowing customers to make Google Hangouts video calls, which essentially is replacing Google Talk on Android smartphones, over its 4G LTE mobile broadband network
Microsoft and Google have both been fighting a very public Cold War ever since Google announced that it won't be releasing any official apps for Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform and discontinued ActiveSync so Windows Phone users won't be able to synchronize contacts...
A new announcement at Google I/O 2013 offers hope for an Android 4.3 update in the coming months, which would include Bluetooth Smart support and connectivity to accessories.