Arrow Launcher, an experimental launcher from Microsoft’s Garage division, has picked up another big update with tablet support in tow.
Google's Nexus team took to a Reddit AMA today to answer some of the community's burning questions about the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. Here are the highlights.
Cyanogen has announced a partnership with Playphone, a social gaming network and store, that will preinstall the Playphone app on Cyanogen OS devices in emerging markets.
Acer's all-in-one Chrome OS devices will be available for purchase this month starting with the non-touchscreen variant at $329.99.
The USB Implementers Forum has announced a new authentication specification that seeks to prevent non-compliant USB Type-C cables from doing damage to connected devices.
Zendesk has announced a new integration with Google Play that will allow its customers to easily track and respond to their app reviews on Google Play.
Bank of America has announced that it plans to roll out support for Android Pay at 5,000 of its cardless ATMs by the end of 2016.
At an event in Silicon Valley today, Honda announced that the 2016 Honda Accord will include Android Auto, expanding the platform to another popular line of vehicles.
Microsoft has acquired SwiftKey, the company behind the popular predictive keyboard of the same name.
Looking to hop on the smart camera train? If so, this $36 indoor smart home camera and sensor bundle from Wyze is an easy buy.
Google took to a blog post today to talk about how the Chromecast has been a boon for app developers, driving increased engagement and monetization to their apps.
Google announced that it has worked with Adobe to bring a new feature to its Chrome desktop browser that automatically pauses Flash content that isn't essential to a website that you're viewing.