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.
Microsoft and Verizon have come together to provide an alternative to Google on Google's own operating system. The newly minted Bing app will come exclusively to Android customers with Verizon service.
The arduous process of rolling out the new Android operating system to all compatible phones is taking another step forward. HTC's Droid Incredible is now beginning to offer users the updated platform.
Mozilla has released an official Alpha version of its mobile Fennec browser for users of Google's Android OS.
As one of the most feature-rich and largest-screen Android devices on the market, the Droid X actually manages to handle its battery better than any other phone with Google's mobile operating system.
Facebook developer Joe Hewitt wants you to know that he hates absolutely everything about Android. Why, you ask?
The talented XDA Dev team has managed to root Motorola's Droid 2 just two weeks after the smartphone's launch.
Google "Gaming Advocate" Mark DeLoura is packing his bags and leaving the Mountain View-based company for greener pastures after a short, four-month stint.
Apple's popular iPad is expected to dominate the tablet market until at least 2012.
Google has responded to a claim that Android Market apps can be easily hacked, patched and stripped of their licensing protection.
W00t! Samsung’s long-awaited Galaxy tablet will be unveiled at IFA 2010 in Berlin. Although detailed specs are scarce, a sexy teaser video reveals that the 7-inch device will run Android 2.2 (Froyo) and feature advanced augmented reality capabilities.
Dell has launched its Android-powered Aero smartphone at a $100 price point with a new AT&T contract ($300 without).
Redmond's overpaid marketing hacks are once again spinning the gilded PR wheel for all it is worth. That's right, Microsoft wants you to forget all about the embarrassing Kin debacle and focus on its newest Savior: Windows Phone 7.
You've heard of Apple's "magical" iPad and RIM's fabled corporate BlackPad. Now get ready for the latest tablet contender: the ViewPad.
There's a lot of discussion going on about the multimedia tablet market, but most pundits seem to think nothing can kill the iPad. However, a Droid-branded Android tablet from Motorola might be worth a look.
Take this, iPhone! Researchers over at MIT are now able to use Android phones to generate calculations that previously required a massive supercomputer.
More than half of smartphone ads appear on the Apple OS, according to figures from Millennial Media, but Android is catching up fast.
Mozilla is currently readying an Alpha version of Fennec 2 for both Android and MeeGo.
Developers have bought up the entire stock of the Nexus One, says Google's Tim Bray, calling the device 'a little too popular'.