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The Ektra looks like a camera, works like a camera, but is a $399 Android-powered smartphone.
Designing for accessibility doesn't just help Android reach the disabled; it helps improve the user experience on all 2 billion active Android devices.
Devices that support Google's Daydream VR platform is growing.
How Google's operating system has evolved over the years, from Cupcake to Nougat.
Samsung Electronics has shown off the open-source Tizen 4.0 that can be applied to more devices besides smartphones and TVs for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Moving beyond Android Auto, Google's latest partnerships extend the full Android OS into vehicles.
The company's virtual assistant has thus far been limited to Android and Google Home devices.
A platform that turns your phone into a computer is equal parts surprising and frustrating.
The average Korean spent 200 minutes a day using mobile apps on their smartphones, according to App Annie.
As expected, Apple will kick off this year's developer conference with a keynote where the company will likely reveal a new version of iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS.
Google's under-development Fuchsia OS carries over some concepts from Android but offers a new take on apps.
If a carrier branded device, bloatware and all, isn't what you want, the unlocked Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus aren't far off.
Most of these tips should work on all iPhones or iPads that support iOS 10.3, but note that some features are only available on newer devices.
Nexus and Pixel owners should be able to install the Android O beta later this month.
Parents are no longer required to purchase an Amazon device to take advantage of the company's parental control platform.
If your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus keeps rebooting, you're not alone.
Clamoring for a smartphone with a physical keyboard and the BlackBerry namesake? Your wait is almost over.
The smartphone maker has partnered with Boost Mobile for another low-cost smartphone with a big screen.
Take a look at just how big (or small) Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are when compared to the latest and greatest smartphones from its competitors.
Samsung's phone is nearly perfect, but there are a few aspects the company should take into consideration with the Note 8, or even further into the future, next year's Galaxy S9.