Google has updated its Car Home app for Android 2.2 (Froyo) with a highly-customizable UI and one-touch access to key software, including GPS navigation, voice-activated commands and contacts.
It seems as if Microsoft's overpaid patent troll team just can't wait to get its greedy hands on a lucrative piece of Droid pie.
Okay, so maybe this won't exactly lead to the demise of the global giant Nokia, but it certainly isn't good news that Samsung will no longer support the Symbian operating system.
A high-ranking Google exec recently insisted that Android 2.2 (Froyo) was optimized for smartphones. But TouchDown Exchange developer NitroDesk believes Froyo is more than ready to support fully-functioning tablet applications.
A recent survey conducted by ChangeWave indicates that Google's popular mobile Android OS is experiencing yet another surge in momentum.
What do you get when you combine a hacked Sensetta rover platform, a Bluetooth-controlled Arduino "breakout" board and a custom scripted Google Android app?
A new prototype Android extension automatically detects apps that are trsnsmitting private data - and finds that as many as half of popular applications do.
One advertising firm has revealed that its reach on Android devices has only continued to grow while an iPhone plateau is causing Apple to take a backseat, suggesting the iPhone is losing ground in a very important market.
For customers who think it's too much of a hassle to actually pull their phone out of their pocket, Sony Ericsson is bringing out a device that connects to a phone and provides a quick snapshot at important information.
A recent survey jointly conducted by Appcelerator and IDC indicates that (Titanium) developers favor Android over iOS for next-gen TVs and other embedded devices.
The Android tablet onslaught will continue this December as Sharp will launch two of them, including a massive 10.8-inch model that's even bigger than the iPad.
Sony Ericsson has unceremoniously axed Symbian's rapidly declining OS from its future smartphone lineup.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab is gaining a lot of attention as what could be the first true competitor to the iPad. With a 7-inch display it doesn't quite match up side-by-side to the iPad but apparently there's another model in the works that does.
Amazon has rolled out the latest version of its Kindle software for Android phones, as the continuously changing platform gets more fragmented across different devices.
After launching the confusing 5-inch Slate last month, which was too big for a phone but too small for a tablet, Dell is now reportedly set to debut an Android tablet that will actually have a screen big enough to give the iPad a run for its money.
Corporate America is enthusiastically embracing Google's popular mobile OS, with ChangeWave tracking an impressive five-fold increase in Android's (corporate) market share over the past nine months.
Would you be willing to replace your last-gen laptop with a sleek, Android-powered tablet?
Pegatron Technology has apparently clinched a lucrative deal to manufacture an Android-based tablet for HTC.
Outgoing Nokia exec Anssi Vanjoki hella hates Android and doesn't plan on using the popular mobile OS anytime soon.
Verizon originally promised that Droid X customers would be getting their upgrade to Android 2.2 this summer. Well, summer ends during the day tomorrow and it appears they might just barely meet that deadline.