Images of what appear to be the next Nexus-branded smartphone have been leaked.
A recent survey indicates that BYOD users are concerned about their employers' ability to access personal information from mobile devices such as iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones and tablets.
SteelSeries has officially rolled out its new mobile wireless controller along with a Flux headset.
LG is reportedly prepping a Nexus smartphone that will run Android 4.2 right out of the box.
Android modders have proudly picked up the flickering webOS torch - even as
HP creates 53 jobs in Sunnyvale and Shanghai to resurrect the once proud mobile operating system.
This slick seven-inch Android tablet boasts an integrated 40 lumen mini projector.
Samsung has officially posted that its Galaxy S III phones will be upgraded to Android 4.1 "soon."
Starting next month, you'll be able to pay for your coffee with Square Wallet.
Google's popular Android Nexus 7 tablet is currently available in two iterations: 8 GB for $200 and 16GB for $250.
Want to install PlayStation Mobile on a non-certified rooted Android device?
Google is reportedly getting ready to roll out a new strategy for its line of "Nexus" Android devices.
Acer has become one of the first tablet manufacturers to specifically announce some of its devices won't ever move beyond Android 4.0.
The Department of Energy's Sandia National Laboratories has simulated 300,000 Android cellphones in order to study ways of making cellular networks more reliable and secure.
Samsung is holding an event next week, prompting rumors the company will unveil a smaller version of the wildly popular Galaxy S III.
Pre-rooted Finless ROM 1.4 OS coded for the UG802 Android mini-PC.
AT&T and HTC have introduced the One X+, a slick Android smartphone powered by a 1.7GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core CPU paired with 64GB of internal storage.
The latest Android numbers are in.
Hewlett Packard (HP) may have effectively walked away from its (Palm) webOS platform, but the open source OS is finding a new life on Android hardware.
Asus's unique Transformer Pad Infinity tablet is now getting the latest Android update.
Samsung's Galaxy S III is one of the sweetest smartphones on the mobile market. The only thing that could possibly make it better? Yes, you guessed it - Android Jelly Bean (4.1.1).