The ring of hackers who gathered naked pictures of more than 100 celebrities also planned to use a malware-ridden “clone” of Flappy Bird to steal photos from Android phones.
Connected-toy company Sphero has a new robust little robot that can zip across the floor at 14mph, hit ramps and do tricks, all controlled with a smartphone.
Amazon’s Fire Phone was launched in July, after many teaser videos and an expansive unveiling by chief executive Jeff Bezos, who showed off features like its 3D-effect maps and multiple front-facing cameras.
CD Projekt RED's The Witcher is coming to mobile platforms in the form of a free to play MOBA, and you can help test the game.
Hundreds of clones of Swing Copters, the new game from the creator of smash-hit game Flappy Bird, have appeared on the Google Play Store, beating even the official game to its launch on Thursday.
Pinkerton Road Studios and Phoenix Online Studios have released a new trailer for their remake of the point and click classic from the 90s.
The console giants no longer guarantee games will work on devices running Android 4.4.3 and higher.
A mobile phone game in which players pretend to be the Israeli military bombing Gaza has been removed from the Google app store, a spokesman for the internet firm said on Monday after a public backlash.
It’s time for our weekly roundup of the best new Android apps and games to have emerged on the Google Play store.
Google’s next tangle with European regulators is likely to focus on the deals it strikes with smartphone and tablet manufacturers using its Android software.