TCL T2 is a quad-core Android game console

TCL's T2 is an Android game console packing Allwinner's A31 quad-core processor. 



Lenovo's Yoga 10 HD+ Android tablet claims 18 hour battery life



Lenovo's $369 Yoga 10 HD+ Android tablet features a full HD display (1920 x 1080), integrated kickstand and 18 hours of battery life (9000mAh) on a single charge.

Rockchip touts ARM Cortex-A17 for Android and Chrome




Rockchip’s RK3288 processor already powers a number of Android-based tablets and TV boxes. 



Understanding the convoluted Windows path: How did it get so screwed up?

Windows XP is now officially obsolete. The OS is a malware magnet, yet Microsoft dropped support for it this month. A lot of folks are, or shortly will be, screwed.

Researchers measure smartphone malware infection rates

There is a steady stream of news stories and announcements about how many more new strains of Android malware appear in every passing year. Data showing infection rates in the real world has been hard to come by.

Intel's Android 4.4 (KitKat) for 64-bit chips goes live

Intel recently debuted new builds of Android 4.4.2 (KitKat) specifically optimized to run on devices with 64-bit Intel chips. 



Tegra 4 game console ready to launch



Phone maker ZTE and game developer The9 are reportedly prepping a new Android-based game console for a launch in China later this month.

Xtreamer's $111 SideWinder4 Android TV Box supports XBMC




Xtreamer's SideWinder4 Android (4.2, Jelly Bean) TV box ships with a number of pre-loaded media-centric apps, including XBMC and CheapCast.

Android TV boxes get a boost with Amlogic's 2 GHz S802

Over the past year or two, TG Daily has reported on a slew of Android-powered set-top-boxes and TV sticks hitting the marketplace.

Satya Nadella only has to do one thing to succeed

If the new Microsoft CEO wants to truly make the $300 billion giant relevant again then he has to focus on one simple task and produce one product to cream Google, Facebook, Apple and anyone else who dares to doubt the Redmond giant.

Is Google losing control of the Android ecosystem?

ABI Research confirms that Android once again dominated the Q4 2013 shipment numbers for smartphone advanced operating systems with 77% market share of over 280 million smartphones shipped in Q4 2013.

Table Top Racing on Android: dreams do come true

Awesome! That is the appropriate sentiment when you see this game in action. 

Zotac’s (orb) Zbox has Intel Haswell inside




Zotac recently debuted an unobtrusive orb-shaped PC designed to sit on a desk or TV stand. 

Known as the ZBOX 01520, the device is powered by an Intel Core i3-4010U Haswell processor paired with Intel HD 4400 graphics. 



Huawei touts Android Tron console



Huawei has debuted a mini Android (4.2.3) gaming console powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 4 SoC.

Slick Asus hybrid runs Windows & Android



Asus has debuted a “quad-mode” hybrid PC designed to run both Windows and Android. The 13.3-inch Transformer Book Duet TD300 allows users to easily switch between operating systems by simply pressing a button.



Acer’s Android (TA272) AIO is also a tablet


Acer has debuted a new Android-based all-in-one (AIO) desktop with a 27-inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel touchscreen display.

Report: Chromebooks and Android tablets made biggest impact on sales

14.4 million desktops, notebooks, and tablets were reportedly sold through U.S. commercial channels in 2013, leading to a 25.4 percent increase over 2012.

Will Asus hybrid dual boot Windows and Android?


Asus is reportedly prepping a new laptop/tablet hybrid that features an Intel Haswell processor paired with a 1366 x 768 pixel display.

Big brand tablet installed base to surpass 285 million by year’s end

Tablets have been on the top of many wish lists since 2010 when Apple launched its first iPad device. The installed base of big brand (Apple, Samsung, etc.) media tablets is expected to surpass 285 million units at the close of 2013.

Android Is no Cash Cow for Google

Other than serving as a platform for its search engine, wireless is not a big part of Google's business. Only about 2% of its enterprise value is estimated to come from mobile.Therefore, Google might be rooting for Apple to succeed, too, as iOS is responsible for the majority of web traffic generated and has more than a 2:1 advantage over Android.