23 July 2016 26By John CallahamThe mid-range HTC Desire 530 is officially on sale in the U.S. The phone can be purchased unlocked on the company's website for $179, or you can get it from T-Mobile for $159.99 without a contract.
23 July 2016 68By Phil NickinsonThe Moto Z lands on Verizon on July 28. And if even if you've made up you're mind that you're going be diving into this modular menagerie, you've got a decision to make. Two phones. Choose wisely.
23 July 2016 22By John CallahamThanks to its latest round of updates, the Amazon Echo connected speaker can now offer the unique political humor and current events topics from Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
22 July 2016 46By John CallahamNew reports claim that Cyanogen may have laid off as much as 20% of its staff. One of those reports claims the company could be switching its strategy away from OS development to focus on apps.
22 July 2016 54By Phil NickinsonIt's not the fall that killed my Moto Z Force Droid Edition. It was the sudden stop at the end. And even then, it took five of them. ... And the screen still didn't crack.
22 July 2016 540By Andrew MartonikWant to give your Android phone a new look with minimal effort? How about trying out a new launcher? If that sounds like something for you, we've rounded up the very best there is.
22 July 2016 9By John CallahamMicrosoft is rolling out new updates to its OneDrive image and file storage service. It includes a way for people to quickly identify and find any images taken from the Pokémon Go game.
22 July 2016 35By MrMobileWith an aluminum frame barely 5mm thick and slap-on "mods" that give it crazy capabilities, the Moto Z is unlike any smartphone you can buy today. It's also the latest installment in one of the most inconsistent product families in mobile technology.
22 July 2016 32By Andrew MartonikSure the Acer Chromebook R11 can run Android apps now, but that's not the biggest reason to buy it. There are a lot of really good features on offer here, and it turns out to be a solid Chromebook, before you bring Android apps into the picture.