Just 24 hours after Jack Dorsey took over as Twitter's CEO, a major new feature, Moments has launched for US users of Twitter. Moments allow users to follow events and get updates on them.
All the announcements from Microsoft's Windows 10 Devices event
...of Google's greatest, the wait for Microsoft's latest, and BlackBerry's bad day
Leaked slides confirm Lumia 950 + 950 XL specs, 'Display Dock'
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Google must change its default and bundled app agreements with Android hardware producers by mid-November, following a new ruling by Russia's antitrust body that says its practices are uncompetitive.
The latest and greatest mobile update from Google is available today for select Nexus devices, promising new features including better battery life.
A new report claims that a new set of vulnerabilities, dubbed Stagefright 2.0 in the Android OS may be affecting more than a billion users and every device is susceptible to malicious attacks.
Pre-orders are already open for Google's new Nexus 6P, which it announced this week. But you can now get the device that it replaces - last year's Nexus 6 - for less than half its original price.
The two tech rivals have reached an agreement to drop all remaining lawsuits between each in the U.S. and Germany after five years of disputes over mobile and gaming technology patents.
Twitter has expanded the 'Buy Now' service, allowing more merchants to take part in the program. This allows customers the ability to buy products without leaving the Twitter application.
Facebook has announced new user profile changes for mobile that are currently being tested. The update will include profile videos, improved controls and a redesigned mobile layout.
Sources have stated that Twitter are investigating new methods to increase the character count in public tweets, as part of an ongoing effort to widen the service's user base.
Google said today that Android is now in active use on over 1.4 billion devices - an increase of 400 million in just fifteen months - and more than 20 million Chromecasts have been sold so far too.
Google is holding its long-awaited Android 6.0 Marshmallow event today, at which it will also unveil two new Nexus handsets, with a new version of its Chromecast expected too - and you can watch live.
BlackBerry has revealed the first official images of its new Android flagship, the 'PRIV', which the company says is a reference to 'privacy [being] a fast-disappearing privilege in the modern world'.
Hours before Google unveils Android 6.0 Marshmallow, T-Mobile has finally upgraded two of its devices that had been stuck on 4.4 KitKat... with an Android version originally compiled in December 2014.
Samsung expanded its Milk Music streaming service to include curated video clips from providers like BuzzFeed and Funny or Die - but Milk Video is to be shut down, one day after its first birthday.
A recent announcement from the Google Play team unveils support for 100MB APK files for application developers. The update aims to increase the quality and capability of apps on the Google Store.
Silent Circle has announced the general availability of the Blackphone 2. The Blackphone 2 comes with all new hardware including 3GB RAM and a whopping 3060 mAh battery. The device sells for $799.
Google's upcoming Nexus 5X and 6P will be priced at $379 and $499 respectively. The two devices will also not offer optical image stabilization and wireless charging.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow will be formally announced tomorrow, but AT&T has just got around to updating its Galaxy S6 and S6 edge to 5.1.1 - three months after Samsung first made the update available.
Earlier this week BlackBerry confirmed that it is planning to launch an Android smartphone and now a video of the company's CEO showing off the device has been posted online.
From the Selfie Spoon and the starship Enterprise, to enterprise devices, BlackBerry's 'droid, Apple's Titan and Samsung's love for iPhone buyers, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
The FTC is said to be investigating Google over concerns that the company has restricted competition on Android by prioritizing its own apps and services over those of its rivals.
BlackBerry published its latest quarterly results today - and after selling just 800,000 smartphones, and booking a larger-than-expected loss, it's confirmed that a new Android flagship is on the way.
Microsoft describes its latest app, Invite, as "the easiest way to organize meetings on the go", and it's available now for iPhones - but Windows Phone and Android users will have to wait for now.
LG has confirmed the rumors that it's been working on a new high-end handset featuring a small 'ticker' above the main screen, briefly showing it in a teaser video that hints at an October 1 launch.
It seems that the new Android flagship - featuring a large display that slides up to reveal a physical (but still touch-sensitive) keyboard - will be called the BlackBerry Priv.
New images show the color options of the 5.7-inch device, and confirm the 'Nexus 6P' and 'Nexus 5X' naming - but an Amazon listing has also revealed some less-than-flagship specs for the smaller 5X.
The first teaser trailer for The Angry Birds Movie is now available, ahead of its release next summer - and according to its producers, the movie will finally explain "why the birds are so angry."
These days, even the most low-end smartphones can offer a remarkably complete user experience, from as little as $50 - but what specs and features do you consider essential in a modern smartphone?
Google's new 5.7-inch 'Nexus 6P' flagship, one of two showcase devices for Android 6.0 Marshmallow, will reportedly offer up to 128GB of storage - but the smaller 'Nexus 5X' may only get 16GB / 32GB.
From Microsoft's DVD-saster and Rockstar's "bollocks", to buggy fruit, Android delights, a Dislike for Facebook, and Snapchat's pay-to-replay, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
We already know plenty about Google's new flagship phones - showcase devices for Android 6.0 Marshmallow - but now another detail has emerged: they will reportedly be called 'Nexus 5X' and 'Nexus 6P'.
BlackBerry is still mum about its plans to release an Android smartphone, but the device has already popped up on the internet on many occasions and this time there are few more pics that have leaked.
Google has announced that it will soon be possible to stream games from your Android device directly to YouTube. The initial rollout will be focused in Japan and will arrive sometime soon.
Send is a Microsoft app that combines email and instant messaging, and following its launch on iOS in July, a preview is now available for Android - but Windows Phone owners must continue to wait.
Apple's data transfer app creates a private WiFi network to transfer important data directly to an iPhone, making it simple switch from Android.
A new update is being pushed to first generation Moto X users, allowing them to upgrade to Android Lollipop 5.1. The update brings a range of new features, and improvements over Kit Kat.
Serial leaker Evan Blass, better known as @evleaks, has now confirmed the HTC One A9's specs, and it's fair to say that the reveal is a watered down version of what everyone was expecting.
A lock screen bypass vulnerability has been discovered in Android version 5.0-5.1.1. The bypass allows an attacker to gain full access to a locked device even when encrypted.
A new set of features is rolling out to Snapchat users, including unlimited paid replays, lenses and trophies. The update is live now, and can be accessed through respective digital stores.
Electronic Arts have pulled a large number of their classic games from the iOS App Store and Google Play Store. Currently, a majority of these titles are still offered on the Windows Store.
From another OnePlus apology and Lollipop's slow progress, to spectacular displays, Android ransomware, and Cortana's Cyanogen coziness, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Microsoft has purchased yet another mobile app, this time in the form of Android's Echo Notification Lockscreen, for an undisclosed amount to further improve its own offerings for the mobile platform.
A new tool born from research by Purdue University can significantly reduce the power draw of an Android smartphone by analyzing background processes and blocking low-priority tasks.
Google has finally rolled out Android Pay to over one million locations across the US, after its previous leak in August. The tap and pay system is compatible with NFC enabled devices on KitKat 4.4+.
The Google Wallet app is seeing a lot more green with the old app replaced by a new listing in the Play Store in a sign Android Pay may be closer to launching.
Dedicated ad-blocking apps are now available on both the iOS and Android app stores. But with content blocking Safari Extensions coming to iOS 9, Apple users may not be need a separate app for long.
Eleven months after it was first announced, 5.x Lollipop builds are now on 21% of active Android devices - but with 6.0 Marshmallow now weeks away, it's Android 4.4 KitKat that continues to dominate.
One of the biggest updates to the 2015 Moto G is that it finally comes with 4G LTE connectivity as standard. We're also seeing decent upgrades to cameras, MotoMaker support, plus water resistance.
It has recently been discovered that new ransomware, disguised as an Android app called 'Adult Player', was taking secret selfies of users and later using it to demand a ransom payment.
The Galaxy Note 5 will be unavailable in many parts of the world, but it will launch in India this month - and those who pre-order will get a free wireless charger, and a one-time screen replacement.