Just in time for the holidays, the idea of a Playstation-branded mobile phone has come back to light with a new prototype image that has apparently surfaced.
Barnes & Noble has debuted a color, 7-inch e-reader powered by Google’s Android OS. Dubbed NOOKcolor, the latest iteration of the popular device is priced at a very reasonable $250.
After the original JooJoo tablet turned into what could only be described as a failed disaster, the company behind the device is growing some thick skin and trying again - this time with Android powering the device.
Security firm Gemalto is suing Google, claiming that its Dalvik virtual machine violates its patents.
Dude, is this amazing or what?!? Winamp, which many consider to be the ultimate media player, is now available for Android smartphones.
Although its ability to meet demand for cheap phones is helping keep it well above water, Nokia has axes 3% of its workforce as it tries to restructure itself to meet the growing global mobile market.
Verizon is trying to stand up for Samsung and the company's Galaxy Tab tablet, which wants to compete against Apple's iPad but may have a hard time due to a high launch price.
It's a move that seems like insane spontaneity but also brilliant forward-thinking at the same time. EA has sealed a deal to buy Chillingo after the company published two wildly successful iPhone games.
Don’t get me wrong - the kind of drama going on in the tech world right now is like candy to a baby for me and I certainly don’t want it to stop.
We recently saw no less than a half dozen tablet announcements, and it seems as if everyone is going have one.
Is it just us or is Steve Jobs starting to act a little bit senile? He makes these big speeches and throws out company names not even thinking about the fact that those companies are actually listening to what he says.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs remains utterly unimpressed with Google's popular Android mobile operating system.
Yes, the awesome Froyo may rule our smartphones for now. But Android Gingerbread seems like it is shaping up to be a tricked-out, must-have mobile OS.
Sprint, the first mobile provider to launch a 4G network in the US, will soon bring its next-gen mobile data infrastructure to three of the biggest cities in the country.
Angry Birds has become a runaway success on the iPhone, and is now gaining unrivaled success on Android as well. That's because developer Rovio decided to make it available on Google's operating system for free.
Kapersky Lab has positively identified a third variant of the FakePlayer SMS Trojan targeted at Android devices.
How much can you earn when you have the most popular mobile operating system in the US? Apparently more than $1 billion a year.
A funny thing happens when a historically disorganized company finally gets its hands on a good product...
Android's built-in Web browser, once described by Google as "Chrome Lite," gets the job done but it's not filled with a whole bunch of snazzy features. Opera is now looking to add some class to that arena.
Google is reportedly putting the finishing touches on its streamlined Android Gingerbread SDK, which could launch as early as next week.