Set to arrive on smartphones and tablets later this year, Google's Android L OS promises a whole suite of features, options, and developer tools. Android fans have a lot to look forward to.
Google's Android L OS promises a whole suite of features, options, and developer tools. Android fans have a lot to look forward to.
Free Android app helps you carry out common phone tasks using a few spoken commands and Google Now. It's particularly helpful for when you can't use your screen, like when you're driving.
Teach Google Now new voice commands - CNET
Handheld Android projector throws 80-inch touchscreen - CNET
Get to know the top Android launchers (pictures) - CNET
Use ShortPaste to easily share links on Android - CNET
If your phone or #tablet is running one of the latest versions of Android, you can prompt Google Now with a simple voice command, from any screen.
Use "OK, Google" everywhere on your Android device - CNET
Attach Google Drive files in Gmail on Android - CNET
How to mirror an Android device on your TV - CNET
The best way to completely wipe your Android device - CNET
How to make Google's Cardboard VR headset - CNET
Lumosity has a simple promise; play a few short games each day to exercise your cognitive abilities, and you'll see benefits in your everyday life. Could it benefit you?
Lumosity (Android) review - CNET
Running Android 4.0 and above? You can get the new-look Android L keyboard without waiting for its official release this fall. Here's how: cnet.co/1mRuoJi
Get the Android L keyboard right now - CNET
Mobile malware is on the rise and your device could be at risk. These tips could help you stay safe and keep your personal information out of the hands of cybercriminals.
Protect your Android device from malware - CNET
How to get Android L's performance boost right now. You don't need the newest version of Android to get all of the performance benefits. Here's how you can speed up your Android device in one easy step.