BlackBerry has announced the launch of the BlackBerry Hub+ suite of Android apps, which will be made available with a new software licensing program for mobile devices.
Google has posted the latest Android version distribution numbers showing yet another small bump up for Marshmallow.
Google revealed as part of its latest quarterly financial conference call that the company has now sold over 30 million units of its Chromecast media casting devices
Google's parent company Alphabet has released its Q2 fiscal year 2016 earnings report, It recorded $21.5 billion in revenue leading to $5.864 billion in non-GAAP net income for the quarter.
HERE Maps, the mobile mapping app that was sold by Nokia to a group of car companies, has released a major update. It also includes a name change to HERE WeGo.
New 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.
Microsoft 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.
Twitter is helping TD Bank in Canada to launch the country's first custom emoji. The #ForeverProud circle was created to show TD's support for the LGBT community.
Microsoft is allowing all users of its Skype VoIP service to share files, photos and videos of up to 300MB each with friends and groups.
Verizon Wireless has launched another one of its trade-in promotion offers. Customers can bring in their older phone and get up to $300 in credit toward the purchase of a new phone.
AT&T has officially started its new rewards program by offering all of its post-paid wireless customers a free movie ticket if they buy one for a Tuesday showing at an AMC or Regal movie theater.
Nextbit has revealed its plans to release an OS update for its Robin smartphone in the fourth quarter of 2016 that will offer owners better battery life.
Dropbox announced a large number of new and upcoming productivity features, including creating Microsoft Office documents on mobile devices, a document scanner and more.
Motorola's head of its design team, Jim Wicks, has departed the company to join the faculty at Northwestern University. Wicks had been with Motorola for 15 years.
Sygic has updated its Family Locator app, allowing all users of the popular app to access its flight tracking feature for the first time.
Domino's has decided to "indefinitely" postpone any future participation in the T-Mobile Tuesdays rewards program after getting hit with way too many free pizza orders earlier this week.
Google has announced that the city of Dallas, Texas could be getting the company's Google Fiber TV and 1Gbps internet service.
T-Mobile has added more media streaming partners to its Binge On service, which allows its customers to access those partners on the carrier's network with no impact on their data plans.
Cyanogen OS 13.1 is currently rolling out for OnePlus One owners. It includes new mods from Microsoft as part of its partnership with Cyanogen.
Facebook is now allowing the many users of its social networking service to upload 360 degree photos to their accounts and to share them with others.
The first "T-Mobile Tuesday" for the carrier's free giveaway offer was hit with way too much demand from customers, with many people unable to get their promised free gifts.
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