T-Mobile customers who bought Samsung's Vibrant phone last year have been patiently waiting to receive a firmware upgrade to Android 2.2, which was first made available several months ago.
For many in the US, Sony Ericsson is kind of like Sony's half brother. Sometimes you think of it, sometimes you don't, and you hardly ever invite it over to Thanksgiving. But that's going to change this year, as the mobile company is all grown up and eager to impress.
Is the "INQ Cloud Touch" actually the first of two top-secret Facebook phones?
Now that the Verizon iPhone is official, the mobile rumor mill is turning its attention to other things. Other things, that is, like the Samsung Vibrant 4G, which is rumored to be the single fastest phone to ever run on T-Mobile.
Nothing beats the summer heat like a big bowl of soft-serve goodness, and Android's taking a cue as I scream, you scream, we all scream for a new version of the mobile operating system.
How cliche would it sound to say the future is here? Regardless of our inability to come up with something more clever to say, Qualcomm's next-gen Snapdragon processors are anything but stale.
Could it be true the a million Xoom units will ship when the Android tablet is released next month? Motorola must have a good feeling about the gadget because it's amping up production in a big way.
All these newfangled smartphones can really do a lot of powerful stuff. But could they really replace you computer? Motorola seems to think so.
Android Honeycomb is indeed a sleek and sexy tablet OS. But is the latest iteration of Google's popular mobile operating system capable of taking on Apple's iOS-powered iPad?
Google's Android devs have released an official video demonstrating the awesome sweetness of Android Honeycomb (3.0).
We all knew it was coming. Motorola has created the most prolific Android phones yet and it was only a matter of time before the company made official its new Android tablet product. It doesn't carry the instantly recognizable "Droid" name, but perhaps it won't need to.
Comcast is promising in-home streaming this year on the iPad and Android devices, allowing users to watch live and on-demand content anywhere in the home.
Are you looking forward to booting Honeycomb on your current Android tablet?
Well, sorry to disappoint, but it seems as if the next-gen iteration of Google's popular mobile operating system requires some pretty hefty specs.
AOC will be showcasing a Rockchip-powered Android tablet this week at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.
When it comes to Android, most people think of Verizon's Droid brand and then move on to something else. But there's another strong player out there, and although it may not have the same level of name recognition, it's doing pretty darn well.
You may know Vizio as a reputable manufacturer of affordable HDTV sets, but coming later this year, it's looking to expand its consumer electronics presence by turning to Android for a brand new phone and tablet.
Yes, the sophisticated Geinimi Trojan horse was specifically coded to target Android-based devices. That's certainly bad news, but the situation could definitely could be much worse.
Android Honeycomb - which features optimized support for tablets - may not be set at version 3.0. Rather, Google has reportedly designated version 2.4 to represent the long-awaited iteration of the popular mobile operating system.
Hey, all the cool kids are doing it, so why not? Right, HTC? The flagship Android phone manufacturer apparently now has its eye on making an iPad killer.
It seems just yesterday we were talking about Google's mobile operating system boasting about reaching 100,000 apps on the Android Market. Now, according to a new report, there are already more than 200,000.