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Sharp RoBoHoN: a cute humanoid robot smartphone you will want to buy

The RoBoHoN seems to be real, and it may be the closest thing to an actual "android", at least in the consumer market. It's a bipedal, humanoid robot that works as a smartphone and digital assistant.

RoboPhone: Sharp to Sell Real Android Phones in Japan

Sharp Corp. is preparing to ship out android smartphones--literally. The Osaka-based electronics maker said Tuesday it would introduce a new mobile communication device in 2016 that is a tiny android robot. It will come with features of a smartphone including email, Internet connectivity, camera and a 2-inch display. Show More Summary

Synaptics will bring pressure-sensitive screens to Android phones

Right now, the only way to get a pressure-sensitive screen in a smartphone is to snag an iPhone 6s or wait patiently for the Force Touch version of Huawei's Mate S. You won't have to be quite so picky in the near future, though: Synaptics has unveiled ClearForce technology that brings pressure sensitivity to many phones (read: Android). Show More Summary

Weekly poll: Did you flash the Marshmallow factory image?

Android Marshmallow is officially official, and released for currently supported Nexus program phones, tablets and TV boxes. The new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P ship with Android 6.0, and some folks are even getting OTA updates. But for most...Show More Summary

Microsoft Unveils Windows Phones: Introducing The Lumia 950 And 950 XL

Microsoft finally unveiled their latest Windows phones at the live event on Tuesday, Oct. 6. It seems like every other week or every other month there’s a new Android or Apple phone, but never any higher-end Windows phones. Microsoft announced the new Windows 10 flagship Lumia phones. Show More Summary

Some T-Mobile Nexus 5 Facing Reception Issues Post-Android 6.0 Update

If you have the Nexus 5 on T-Mobile’s network and are thinking of updating to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, maybe you should hold off on it first. According to reports on Reddit, it seems that the handset is facing reception issues after the update. Show More Summary

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update Status – HTC, LG, Nexus and Motorola Devices

Needless to say that the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X newcomers will have Android M on board as soon as they will see the light of day. But, there are other older Nexus devices that will get the Android M update as well. These includes theShow More Summary

3D Touch functionality could hit Android devices as soon as 2016

Deservedly so, 3D Touch is being hailed as the standout feature on Apple’s new iPhone 6s. While the feature’s full potential will only be unleashed once developers have some time to play around with it, there’s no question that 3D Touch...Show More Summary

App Deals: Simple, Mind-Bending Puzzles In IOJOE's 10

Today’s best deals include 10 by IOJOE on Android, Adobe Photoshop Fix on iOS and Draw a Stickman on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick! More »      

PSA: You may have issues using a Fitbit with your Marshmallow phone right now

Now that Google is rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow to Nexus devices, we are starting to see different applications get updated to be compatible with the new version of the mobile operating system. This also means that things tend to break from time to time. Fitbit looks to be one of these broken applications.

Synaptics Wants To Bring Pressure Sensitive Screens To Android

With the introduction of 3D Touch on the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, many have heralded it as the future of how we will interact with our phones. Now a company by the name of Synaptics has announced a new display controller called the ClearPad 3700, which the company hopes will make pressure sensitive screens on Android devices the norm in 2016. Show More Summary

How to find the secret game hidden in Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Google released Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Monday, which means anyone rocking a supported Nexus handset or tablet can now run the newest version of Google’s Android platform. Many devices will soon get the upgrade as well, as some OEMs have already confirmed plans for upcoming Marshmallow updates. Show More Summary

Google denies scooping up your car's data through Android Auto

If you ask Motor Trend, Porsche is leery of supporting Android Auto. The sports car badge supposedly refused to use it due to an agreement that required sending Google tons of data about a vehicle, from its speed to its oil temperature. Show More Summary

Google Translate can now work its magic inside other apps, but only if you’re on Marshmallow

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Google Translate is seeing an update in the Google Play Store and for the lucky few running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, you’re in for a real treat: the app now works inside other apps for instant text translation.

The Android 6.0 Marshmallow Easter egg is another Flappy Bird-style game, with a twist

The Easter egg Google included in Android 6.0 Marshmallow is very similar to Lollipop's Flappy Bird-style game, only now you can play with multiple Android mascots!

Apple iPhone 6S Impressions… from an Android user

First impressions of the Apple iPhone 6S from a former iPhone user who converted to Android. Is Apple's latest iPhone enough to challenge Android flagships?

Which Android devices are getting Marshmallow and when?

Google has started rolling out Android 6.0, aka Marshmallow, to a handful of Nexus devices. But, as great as that is, there are still millions of people who have to wait for third-party manufacturers or carriers to get the update. Thankfully,...Show More Summary

Android One Handsets Get Marshmallow Update

Better late than never, or so the saying goes. Well, it seems that the long awaited rollout of Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates when it comes to the Nexus range of devices has kicked off slowly, albeit surely in the Over The Air (OTA) manner as of yesterday. Show More Summary

This is why Android Pay is asking you for a 'Google Payments PIN' when making purchases

The 'Google Payments PIN' is annoying to use, but it won't be around for long. When Android Pay finally arrived to replace the withering-on-the-vine Google Wallet, everyone rushed to get their cards into the app. Those who had a "supported"...Show More Summary

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