Google aiming to offer online TV service

It looks like Google is considering making an entrance into the internet TV world by offering traditional TV programming to online subscribers with a new streaming service. This isn't the first time we've heard of big hitters trying to join this front, but today the Wall Street Journal is reporting Google's been pitching their plan to big media companies in hopes of securing some deals.

Moto X custom backs tipped to include wood, ceramic and more

The details around Google and Moto's X continue to leak and the days grow closer to the rumored August 23th release date. At this rate we might know everything before Motorola actually confirms them with an official announcement. Earlier today we got our best look yet with Google's own Eric Schmidt holding a sharp looking white Moto X, and now we're getting more details about the customization options.

Nexus 7 2 with LTE tipped for a late-July arrival

Talk of the next Nexus 7 appears to be once again heating up. We have seen some recent chatter surrounding the specs and as of today it looks like that is being continued. This latest round comes by way of a report from the Economic Daily out of Taiwan. This report has touched on the specs and has also been referring to the yet-to-be-unveiled tablet as the "new Nexus 7."

Verizon HTC One and Moto X release date leaked

All the details regarding Verizon's upcoming plans have reportedly been revealed today in a brand new release date roadmap. A purported document from a Verizon store has been leaked showing the release date for some high-priority devices like the HTC One, and even Motorola's mysterious Moto X. If you've been wondering when they're coming, we could have all the details below.

Moto X marketing budget rumored to near half a billion

According to sources who spoke to The Wall Street Journal, Google plans to drop hundreds of millions of dollars - up to $500 million, and possibly more - on marketing the upcoming Moto X flagship handset. The budget will be for marketing that takes place in the United States, as well as "some overseas markets," with it being offered by Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile.