The app enables Android device users to remotely access a home or work computer to access files when they were needed.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The modular design of Google's Ara smartphone probably won’t be as cheap as the hype would indicate, but it may save money by eschewing features you don’t want to pay for.
The latest Google Glass software update gets Glass running on Android KitKat and brings other improvements.
Tens of millions of Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" users are still at risk from the flaw that continues to vex Websites around the globe.
Samsung, the smartphone sales leader, today launched its newest flagship. One survey says 89 percent of Galaxy S4 owners plan to update.
"We are building a home for people on the Internet," CEO Drew Houston tells a news conference.
HTC's new marketing tactic is to get consumers to follow the advice of reviewers. In March, after 28 months of decline, its revenue grew.
Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's phone division has been delayed pending one final approval—which has now come through.
Google will soon be launching Android TV, the company's second attempt to get inside the televisions of consumers with its own variety of content, according to a report.
At the IDF in China, company officials also show off their efforts around Android, including introducing a KitKat 4.4 for 64-bit SoCs.
Fire TV, aimed directly at Apple TV and Roku 3, will cost $99 for the set-top unit. A new video-game controller costs an extra $39.99.
Cyber-criminals are toying with using mobile devices to mine for crypto-currencies, such as Bitcoin, but the platform is too underpowered for effective prospecting.
Dell is the latest company to ink an Android patent deal with the software giant, but with an interesting cross-licensing twist.
Registration for this year's Google I/O event will be different from past years: Interested developers will have to apply to attend and wait to learn if they are selected.
While it's a bit vague whether Nokia sold lots of Nokia X phones or just received orders, what's clear is China's interest in Nokia and Android.