There are a number of PCs-on-a-stick that run Google's wildly popular and versatile Android operating system.
It's certainly no secret that the traditional computer market is slumping. PC sales are on the decline, as shipments of tablets and smartphones continue to increase.
The Italian-based DaVinci Mobile has debuted a 10.1-inch tablet designed to dual-boot Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and Ubuntu 12.04 Linux.
XDA Dev member puts together some fool-proof instructions for quad-booting a Nook.
The Asus Memo pad is a 7-inch $149 Android tablet that runs Jelly Bean (4.1) and offers full access to Google's expansive Play store.
Google's mobile Nexus devices are fairly easy to unlock with bootloaders left open, courtesy of Mountain View.
Most of us have a bunch of obsolete games, consoles, and other gadgets lying around our houses that are never used.
Every Android gamer has probably wished at least once that their mobile device boasted handheld console-style controls - instead of just a touch-screen.
Alcatel isn't exactly a name that jumps to mind when you think about Android tablets, even if the company did recently introduce its Evo tablet.
Diamond Multimedia has introduced an Android-powered set-top box dubbed the AMP2000.
Over the last several months, we've seen several products attempting to put Android games and related content on the big screen in living rooms.
ARM may dominate the lucrative mobile market with its uber-efficient processors, although that hasn't discouraged MIPS from teaming up with Ingenic to design a dual-core system-on-a-chip for tablets.
Acer has debuted the Iconia B1-A71, which can best be described as a budget-friendly Android tablet with a price tag under $150.
Does Nvidia know something we don’t know about the handheld console market?
Norhtec has introduced a $90 cloud-centric mini-PC powered by an Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 processor.
There are a massive number of Android devices - including smartphones and tablets - on the mobile market today.
Velocity Micro - a boutique builder of PCs - has introduced an uber-mini desktop PC that would make a pefect entertainment center or hub for the living room.
Coby has introduced its very first Google Certified Android-powered tablet.
GameStick recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise cash for a new Android-powered gaming device - and has already managed to exceed its $100,000 goal in just two days.
Archos has rolled out a device designed to transform standard HDTVs into Android-powered smart television sets.