Asus, one of the biggest companies to embrace the world of netbooks and tablets, has announced the completion of its first tablet to be powered by Android 3.0.
A study that compared browser load times on Android versus iOS is being slammed with criticism.
According to the results of a new independent test, Android 2.3 is able to load websites 52% faster than an iPhone running iOS 4.3.
Netflix has created an Android app for use on a prototype LG smartphone called the Revolution.
Answering to complaints that the $800 Xoom is too expensive, Motorola has just announced a cheaper version set to debut at all the major big box stores.
A new app from British firm Gospelware is designed to help unimaginative employees bunk off work.
Kyocera and Sprint have confirmed launch details for the unique 'Echo' smartphone, a dual-screen device that acts like a mini tablet in addition to a phone.
A new Angry Birds game is on the way, but don't bother looking for it in the Android Market. Developer Rovio will only be releasing it through Amazon's new digital app storefront.
Android may have taken the mobile industry by storm, but Trip Chowdhry of Global Equities Research remains utterly unimpressed by Google's tablet-specific version of the popular OS.
If you have at least Android 2.2 or iOS 4, when you run a mobile Google search, you'll now be able to see a quick snapshot of each website result before loading the site in its entirety.
The developer of ambitious online mobile game Pocket Legends has a story to tell that's quite different than the norm these days - it says its game has earned more money on Android than on the iPhone.
We all know "checking in" to certain places using location-based mobile services like Foursquare and Gowalla can have some real life benefits.
The social geo-tagging app Foursquare has just been elevated to version 3.0 on Android and the iPhone, and brings with it a whole slew of new features that go beyond just 'checking in' at your favorite hot spots.
Mirroring a report from Nielsen last week, the latest numbers from respected mobile industry tracker Comscore show that Android is now the most popular smartphone platform in the country, putting an end to the seemingly unbeatable Blackberry operating system.
Google security experts have removed a number of malicious apps recently published in the Android Market.
Apple currently remains on track to win 70% of the tablet market this year with its next-gen iPad 2. However, one analyst believes Android-based tablets will triumph over the iPad in the long-term.
Android developers are soon going to have a whole new system to play with as Saab is turning the keys to its IQon in-car entertainment system over to the Google operating system.
It was only a matter of time, not a matter of if, Google's Android operating system would become the dominate mobile platform. That time is now.
Look outside - is it raining cats and dogs? Are pigs flying? If so, then this latest rumor, which suggest Research in Motion is considering bringing Blackberry Messenger to other mobile platforms, may be true.
As we watched the iPad 2 launch today, many of us wondered if the popular tablet should be considered just another PC, or perhaps - like the iPod - a unique product in its own category.