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The rumors around Android apps making their way to Windows won't seem to go away, and we are now hearing more information about the plans for these apps if the project gets the full green light.
You might not know Asus for their line of smartphones, but their latest Zenfone is sure to make a mark. If not for the Intel Atom chipset, then for the massive 4 GB of RAM that this phone packs.
The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is now getting Lollipop in several markets - but Samsung's update is not based on the latest OS version, Android 5.1, but on the older Android 5.0.2 release.
Cyanogen, the company behind CyanogenMod, have raised $80 million to keep building their community and expand upon their already large user base to become the third place OS behind Apple and Android.
A report from the WSJ is quoting Eric Schmidt as saying that Google Glass' demise was "conflated" by the media and that the technology is being "made ready for users" with a new version.
Microsoft has announced new agreements with Samsung, Dell, TrekStor, QMobile, Pegatron and many more partners, to pre-install Office, Skype and OneDrive onto their Android devices.
HTC's signature metal body makes a repeat in the new One M9 and it looks absolutely fantastic. With upgraded internals and camera, the One M9 is one of the most attractive phones on the market today.
According to a latest leak, Amazon is testing a new "unlocked" feature on its Appstore to give away paid apps as well as the in-app purchases in freemium apps for free on Android.
From a new Office and lots of Lollipop, to Nintendo's next play, Spartan insights, printed body organs, British Bands, and ANOTHER low-cost Lumia, it's our regular summary of the week's top tech news.
Facebook is testing a new Android app called Phone, allegedly similar to Truecaller in order to provide caller information to its users and automatically block unwanted calls.
While Ebola might not be at the forefront of the news in the U.S, the disease is still rampant in West Africa. But, a tablet designed to withstand the elements is aiming to improve work in the field.
HTC's One M7, the Android flagship that it released in early 2013, will get no further OS updates - with the exception of the Google Play Edition of the handset, which will get Android 5.1 in April.
Google has fixed the memory leak issue that has been affecting some Nexus 5 users since the launch of Android Lollipop 5.1, but it might be a while till users finally get the update.
There's some great news for Windows users; critically acclaimed, apocalypse-themed, first person shooter, Dead Trigger 2 is finally making its way to Windows devices.
Microsoft is now allowing users to listen to music saved in their OneDrive folder free of cost. The functionality is only available to Windows customers using Windows 8.1.
HTC has announced its new 'UH OH Protection' program for the HTC One M9, offering a free replacement handset in the first year of ownership if yours ends up with water damage or a cracked screen.
Microsoft is testing an image of Windows 10 that can be flashed onto Android devices and essentially convert them to Windows phones on the spot. The program might be expanded soon if successful.
OxygenOS and CyanogenMod 12S - both based on Android Lollipop - should be coming to the OnePlus One in just over 10 days from now, and OnePlus will be giving out free phones if they miss the deadline.
Google has long held out on introducing a human element to their app review process but they have finally caved and will now review 100% of the apps uploaded to the Play Store.
From nine hours of "all-day" battery and Sony's Lollipop letdown, to the OnePlus 2 (and 3?), BoA BS, USB-C, HBO Now and pretty, curvy things, we look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.
Microsoft might not be funding mod-maker Cyanogen after all, or so a report from Bloomberg claims. However they're still interested in working with Cyanogen in a couple of different ways.
Microsoft's digital 'personal assistant' will no longer be exclusive to Windows from later this year, as the company is working on a 'more advanced' version which is headed to rival platforms.
Google's new Chromebook Pixel includes two USB Type-C ports - but the company has much bigger plans to support the new standard, promising that more Chromebooks and Android phones will get it soon.
After the spin-off of the VAIO brand, the company has released a new Android smartphone, dubbed the VAIO Phone. It is the company's first handset, after exclusively releasing PCs in the past.
Google has made the previously Android-exclusive Google Calendar app available for iPhones, including all the Android features like 'Events from Gmail.' The app is available for download right now.
Last week, Sony made it explicitly clear to many of its customers that only its Xperia Z-series devices will get the Android 5.0 update - but its stance has since softened, giving hope to other users.
Since launching in 2013, KAZAM has grown to offer a wide range of Windows and Android devices. We spoke with chief marketing officer James Atkins about the secret of its success, and what lies ahead.
From Office for Mac and the Snapdragon 820, to Universal Apps, big balloons, Spartan screenshots, ageing selfies, and groovy giveaways, enjoy a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Samsung has a productivity and security suite for Android devices called Knox and the company has announced that they will be including Office 365 in this suite of services.
Lenovo has launched a new premium device with an octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor, 3GB of RAM and a whole range of photography-focused features. We went hands-on with the company's new Vibe Shot.
Hoping to highlight how far the industry has come is Dell's Venue 8 7000, arguably one of the best looking Android tablets to date, powered by Intel's Atom Z3580 quad-core processor.
HTC's new flagship handset, the One M9, has attracted some criticism for being a mild evolution of its predecessor. But we had some hands-on time with the One M9 today, and came away rather impressed.
HTC has announced the One M9 at the 2015 Mobile World Congress with an evolutionary design, upgraded internals and an expected launch in major markets in the coming weeks.
Though we know pretty much everything there is to know about HTC's new flagship, the One M9, folks can still follow along live and enjoy the show. And who knows there might be some surprises too.
Select users will now start noticing promoted apps in Play Store search results as Google will start showing ads to improve app discovery and increase the reach of developers.
After many months of waiting from Android users, instant math equation solver PhotoMath, has finally arrived on the platform. The company behind the app says it's the most powerful version yet.
There is no question that Skype is a popular app and if you take a look at the Google Play store, you can see that the app has been downloaded more than 500,000,000 times since its release.
The YotaPhone 2 isn't your typical smartphone in that it has dual displays. But is it just a gimmick or is this the way of the future? Check out our full review of the YotaPhone to find out!
After working with Samsung to boost security on its Galaxy Android devices, BlackBerry is now collaborating with Google to offer a 'highly secure mobile solution' for other Android manufacturers.
Microsoft Garage has released a variety of productivity-based cross-platform apps that include joining conferences to a new keyboard for Excel in Android; make the jump to see all the apps.
LG has announced details of availability for the G Flex2, its new curved Android flagship, featuring an octa-core 2.0GHz Snapdragon 810 processor, 2GB RAM, and 13MP rear camera with laser auto-focus.
A former product manager of HTC has tweeted that "the whole cat is out of the bag" regarding recent image leaks of the HTC One M9 and three video promotions that surfaced and were quickly pulled.
Aside from its announced luxury smartwatch, LG is set to release four new mid-range handsets to be showcased at this year's Mobile World Congress, the Magna, Spirit, Leon, and Joy.
Latest research report about security vulnerabilities has revealed that Windows is not the most vulnerable operating system anymore with lesser reported threats than Mac OS and the Linux kernel.
Full sized renders of the One M9 have shown up online at a German retailer which also show all the colors that will be made available with the smartphone, including Gold, Silver and Gun Metal Grey.
From Microsoft's Rooms and Intel's Skylake, to Indian Denim, Windows 10 patches, HTTP/2, privacy intrusions and Sony's wonky smartglasses, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
A new Android malware has been discovered. The malicious software reportedly makes a device pretend that it is turned off and then spies on the user. It can also make outgoing calls and take pictures.
YouTube is launching a new children-friendly Android application next week which will allow minors to search the video-sharing website in a safe environment under the supervision of their parents.
Google Inbox has been updated on Android and iOS with support for tablets, and the web version of the application can now be accessed from Safari and Firefox.