Sony is reportedly prepping a 5-inch 1080p smartphone codenamed "Yuga."
The Android TV PC-on-a-stick market has become quite crowded over the last several months.
Funky game console wants to bring Android content to your TV using a touchscreen controller.
There are currently a number of tablets on the market today aimed at kids in specific age groups.
Verizon has confirmed that it will (finally) be rolling out Google's long-awaited Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) upgrade for Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III smartphone on December 14.
Over the last several months, we've seen a number of smartphone prototypes with a low power E-Ink display on one side and a traditional LCD on the other.
Sales of Microsoft's Windows 8 RT tablet may be less-than-stellar, but Redmond remains determined to promote its flagship tablet in mainstream retail stores.
There is certainly no shortage of dedicated devs and modders working on hacking Android-powered devices to make them more useful and customizable.
Intel's x86 entry into the ARM-dominated smartphone and tablet market is progressing rather slowly.
New software update makes it easier to control the MK802 II or III PC-on-a-stick.
Snapseed goes free as it lands on Android.
I think we can all agree that on-screen mobile keyboards, whether for tablets or smartphones, are far from perfect.
A strong competitive market - including surging Android tablet shipments and robust demand for Apple's iPad mini - has prompted analysts at IDC to revise their 2012 projection for the worldwide tablet market.
Diyomate is currently prepping an Android set-top box powered by an Infotmic iMAPx820 dual core A5 SoC clocked at 1 GHz and paired with a Mali-400 GPU.
We've seen quite a few smartphone game controllers turn up on Kickstarter and other sites in recent months.
New Toshiba Excite 10 SE tablet is $100 cheaper than its predecessor, but still dangerously close to the price of the iPad 2.
The first beta version of XBMC 12.0, also known as Frodo, went live in mid-November for Windows, OS X the Raspberry Pi and Ubuntu - but not Android.
PengPod has confirmed that it will be shipping 7 and 10 inch tablets with support for Linux and Google Android this January.
Ouya has confirmed that the developer version of its long-awaited Android-powered console will ship on December 28.
A developer by the name of Dan Aloni has coded an emulator that allows users to play classic Windows games (95 or 98) on Android devices.