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There's another Galaxy phone on the way. Dubbed the Galaxy Avant, the lower-end Samsung device is available on T-Mobile's LTE network today.
The annual Google I/O conference just gave us our first look at the next major version of Android. Currently known only as Android L, it promises new features and a new look, which got tongues wagging among Brighthand readers in our forum.
Android Wear is Google's take on a wearable operating system, and it's based heavily on Google Now and Android's standard notifications. Is that enough to launch the wearable trend? Let's find out.
It's an impossibly complicated question, but as smartphone specs continue to converge, we look at the areas in which our mobile gadgets could innovate in the near future.
Our sister site SearchConsumerization takes a look at how Google and Apple are both throwing a bone to the enterprise with their forthcoming mobile OS updates.
VSee is a video chatting app that works well over even the crummiest of connections. If you're fed up with Skype, it's worth a close look.
Samsung has quietly confirmed the Galaxy S5 mini, which packs less power than the larger Galaxy S5 but carries over many of its trademark features.
With Amazon finally throwing its hat into the smartphone ring, it was bound to bring a lot of buzz. Brighthand readers had a whole lot to say about the new device and its more unique features, and not all of it positive.
The first Android Wear smartwatches have been formally unveiled, and two of them are available for pre-order right now. Here's a quick rundown of the LG G Watch, Samsung Gear Live, and Moto 360.
Google gave a glimpse of Android's next redesign at its annual Google I/O conference today, and it appears as if the world's most popular mobile OS will look noticeably different in just a few months.
Google announced its wearables platform, Android Wear, in March but at its annual Google I/O developer conference on Wednesday afternoon, the tech giant gave a hands-on preview of the software and its features.
Microsoft has officially launched its first Android smartphone, the Nokia X2. Like its predecessor, the Nokia X, the X2 offers modest hardware and a heavily-modified UI for cheap.
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