Wileyfox gives its official response about the future of its devices in light of Cyanogen's untimely shutdown.
Users have reported seeing the RCS support option sprout up in Messenger for Google's settings panel.
The company has committed to doubling its investment in organizations working to help solve the issue of mass incarceration.
Hummingbad, Ghost Push, and Googligan — malware that didn't stand a chance against Google's DOI metric.
After months of frustrating slowdown that had no one catalyst, it's time to move on from the problematic Nexus 6P.
Countable is the best free app for contacting your Congress member and staying privy to the politics happening behind the scenes.
Good news, tinkerers: now you can do what you like to your devices without fear of patent-defying blowback.
Android users, this is a great opportunity to take these resources and bookmark them for the next time you’re showing off your high-powered device.
Living in past is the fad again, and I’m leaning in by turning my smartphone into a time machine.
There are so many ways to “window shop” with apps from the Google Play Store, that the convenience is what convinced us to stay home.
Don't fight with your friends and family. Let Google be the mediator at the end of every month.
The television and internet conglomerate has teamed up with Verizon Wireless in an attempt to become its own mobile operator.
Juniors and seniors enrolled in Howard University’s computer science program can study for three months at the newly dubbed "Howard West.”
Like sands through the hourglass, so does the smartphone release cycle seem to churn in perpetuity.
The future is now where we don't have to visit a seedy fortune teller to get the scoop. Maybe.
Here's how to edit photos when you're on the road with just your smartphone (or tablet!).
Instant access to breaking news, the hottest reviews, great deals and helpful tips.
Thank you for signing up to Android Central. You will receive a verification email shortly.
There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again.