The Pentagon has decided to roll out Android phones and iPhones to its more than 100,000 employees.
A major Google Android event was scheduled to take place in an area of New York City that is currently in the middle of a mandatory evacuation.
Google's wildly popular Nexus tablet may run Android as the default OS, but that hasn't stopped devs and modders from loading alternate operating systems on the device.
Nuance has rolled out its newly minted Dragon Mobile Assistant, a voice assistant app for Android devices.
The Moga Mobile Gaming System - which supports smartphones and tablets running Android 2.3 - began shipping this past week.
The Nexus 10 may have been outed by none other that Google's senior VP.
LG has officially released the source to the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Optimus 2X phone.
Google's Android operating system captured a record 41% share of the global tablet market in the third quarter of 2012 - as Apple's popular iOS slipped to 57%.
The MK806 PC-on-a-stick boasts a full size HDMI port, runs Android Jelly Bean and carries a $67 price tag.
It looks like Google is in fact planning to launch a smartphone with the same branding as its highly successful tablet.
It is expected that the Sprint version of the Galaxy S III might start seeing a rollout to the Android 4.1 update today.
The year is 2015 and Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 OS is in third place - lagging behind Google's Android and Apple's iOS.
AT&T has announced its official launch date for the Galaxy Note II.
The Android tablet market is awash with a plethora of devices, with most boasting similar hardware and software specs.
Sony has provided a specific rollout schedule for when its Xperia phones will be getting the push to Android 4.1.
Amazon's Kindle Fire HD tablet may still have a locked bootloader, but that hasn't stopped modders from rooting the popular device - even if full custom software installations are still blocked.
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Another phone has been confirmed for a Jelly Bean upgrade in 2013.
A number of apps on the Google Play store may be leaking personal data.