By 2014, the worldwide mobile operating system (OS) market is likely to be dominated by Symbian and Android - with the two OSs accounting for approximately 59.8 percent of mobile sales.
Smartphones running iOS (Apple), Android (Google) and BlackBerry (RIM) are helping to jumpstart the relatively nascent automotive infotaintment industry.
A high-ranking Google exec has gone on record as stating that Android 2.2 (Froyo) is optimized for smartphones - not tablets.
T-Mobile's flagship device to use its next-generation HSPA+ mobile data network is now available for pre-order, and that means we now know for sure what its price will be: $199.99.
In what is perhaps the most devastating move for Blackberry's dominance in the enterprise phone market, one of the biggest companies in the US is testing a new plan that would ditch its employees' Blackberries and give them iPhones instead.
Google's turn-by-turn GPS software for Android has been updated with a feature that you don't see all that often in GPS programs: walking directions.
ARM has deployed a next-gen Cortex-A15 MPCore processor that is capable of running at speeds of up to 2.5GHz in certain configurations.
It's an app world after all. Mobile users are getting more app-hungry every day, and a new report from Nielsen shows just how important apps are to the mobile landscape.
Android is currently the fastest growing operating system in the mobile sphere. But can Google’s popular OS maintain its accelerated momentum and fend off challenges from iOS and Symbian?
Just say the word "hello" into your Android phone and you'll instantly hear a response of "bonjour" or "hola," if Google's latest research actually comes to fruition.
An XDA Dev member known as "t4tav" has reportedly coded a sweet PS3 jailbreak that can be executed via a rooted Nexus One or HTC Desire.
HTC Desire owners who subscribed to UK mobile service provider O2 are finding themselves with a useless phone after upgrading to Android 2.2.
Samsung may be working on an Android-powered TV, if hints from the company's TV boss are to be believed.
Google's Android army is marching bravely forward, while Apple's iOS continues to rapidly lose market share.
If you don't like Apple's arrogant presence and its mindset that being its customer is a privilege, you're not alone. Music companies are very eager to get on Google's side as it seems more likely that a new service will launch on Android.
In what could be the very first Android-based tablet that poses a direct threat to the iPad, Samsung has given us the first look at its Galaxy Tab device.
A new chip is claimed to improve smartphone efficiency by making use of 'dark silicon' – the numerous transistors on today’s chips that are underused because there's not enough power to utilize them all at the same time.
As news of Android tablet developments continues to grow and strengthen, Archos has now joined the fray with the biggest announcement yet. The biggest in terms of quantity, that is.
A beta preview of the popular social networking tool gets road tested here. Some day all TweetDecks will be built this way.
It is quite possible that a Samsung "Galaxy" tablet device, not a Droid tablet, will be the first non-phone Android device to make its way to Verizon Stores within the next several months.