All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
LG Electronics has launched its new G3 Screen phablet, powered by its long-awaited, self-designed "Nuclun" application processor in South Korea.
Never mind all those sealed smartphones out there. LG wants to drive home the benefits of being able to swap in a new battery.
The Droid franchise stands out as a carrier exclusive that works, thanks to the work put in on both sides.
The Little Box Challenge is designed to shrink the size of power inverters, devices used in solar panels and electric cars. It's part of Google's effort to improve its green-tech image.
Powerful quad-core processor? Check. High-speed camera? Check. Ultra-crisp and bright display? Check. With the G3 handset, LG knocks it out of the park.
Aptoide files an antitrust complaint in Europe against the search giant for its handling of alternative app stores.
The company may be pushing a new logo in order to get consumers more familiar with the Android brand name, according to reports.
New and updated Chrome OS laptops and boxes, with faster processors and longer battery life, are highlighted at a joint press preview.
An effort to license IBM processor designs bears fruit as one of the most powerful computing companies on the Net shows its own server using Big Blue's Power8 chip. That could mean more competitive pressure on Intel.
Rick Osterloh, president and chief operating officer, compares Motorola Mobility's recent attempt at a turnaround to Apple's own situation in the late '90s.