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A recent leak suggests that Google's upcoming Moto X smartphone will offer a 720p display and a 1.7 GHz Snapdragon processor.
Google I/O came and went with no mention of an update for the Android platform, but rumor has it that the new version of the OS is set to debut sometime in October.
Sony's newest flagship handset, the Sony Xperia Z, is rumored to be the next device expected to be re-released with a stock version of Android.
Users who are seeking a completely stock typing experience can now download the stock Android keyboard in the Google Play Store.
After Google took issue with the way its YouTube app for Windows Phone 8 blocked ads and let users download content, Microsoft has issued an update to the app.
An FCC filing has confirmed that, in addition to AT&T, the Motorola X Phone will be heading to Sprint later this year.
Google announced during the the Google I/O keynote today that it will unshackle the Samsung Galaxy S IV and will be releasing a stock Android version of the device.
Recent rumblings suggest that Google may have abandoned development of the X Phone, instead handing the project off to be developed solely by Motorola.
Two sets of images as well as a rumored set of specs for the highly-anticipated Motorola X Phone have leaked out, offering more info leading up to its possible reveal at Google I/O.
Recent reports suggest that LG and Google will be partnering up once again for another Nexus-branded smartphone.
Need a primer on some of the new features or technology that manufacturers are beginning to work into our smartphones? We can help with that.
Recent findings suggest that Android 5.0/Key Lime Pie may not debut at the Google I/O conference next month, and that Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will get the reveal instead.
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