All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
The Barnes & Noble version of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 4 puts a new spin on a familiar and affordable Android tablet.
The Web giant plans to deploy 180 small satellites that would provide Internet access to underserved regions of the globe, sources tell the Wall Street Journal.
That's about half of what Facebook will pay to acquire the WhatsApp messaging service and its 450 million users.
PC maker Lenovo, which has struggled for smartphone success outside China, gets an established global brand, while Google unloads a burden on its balance sheet and a source of tension.
The trendy startup that brought you smart thermostats and smoke detectors jumps into Google's ever-expanding embrace.
Google has given the green light to CyanogenMod by officially certifying the Oppo N1 for the night before Christmas.
Six months on, and with a load of cool new games at E3, which next-gen console is taking the lead? And why have taxi drivers brought European cities to a standstill this week?
The e-book reader's second price cut in the past year may be a precursor to a product refresh this fall.
Barnes & Noble is ceding the tablet market to larger, deeper-pocketed competitors and focusing on its digital book business. But that means going up against Amazon in a tough mano-a-mano fight.
In a Mother's Day sale, you can pick up the Nook HD and Nook HD+ for as low as $149 and $179, respectively.