If you've always wanted to use your Android phone as a hot spot, there's a new solution available to you.
The Google Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 have been rooted ready for you to take control of Jelly Bean's secret settings.
A developer says Google has banned his Wi-Fi tethering application from the Android Market over concerns that it violates T-Mobile's terms of service.
[commentary] They have similar names and do comparable things, but the various tech for getting content from your phone or tablet onto your TV work in very different ways.
Now that you've rooted your Android, you can get into some serious modding like installing a customized Android OS. From better power management to processor overclocking, there are numerous benefits to flashing a custom ROM. Here's how it's done.
If you can't wait for the Android Jelly Bean update to reach your phone, follow this guide and install a custom ROM on your Galaxy S3.
Break free from your connectivity limitations by using Open Garden to share Internet among your devices and maybe even other devices around you.
Rooted your Galaxy Note 2? You'll be champing at the bit to try out new software -- we've tested five of the best stable ROMs.
Install a custom ROM on your Galaxy S3 and you could get a faster, fancier phone with longer battery life. Here are the five best ROMs.
Installing a custom ROM can bring big benefits but what happens if it all goes wrong? Here's how to recover your bricked S3.