Android continued its triumphant march forward during the second quarter of 2010, overtaking Apple's iOS to become the third-most-popular operating system in the world.
Dell's new hopeful iPad killer, the Streak, goes on sale today and although the entire tech community is keeping eyes on it, it seems to be more like everyone's watching a train wreck than an exciting new product launch.
Sony is reportedly prepping an Android-powered PSP gaming smartphone that could launch as early as October 2010.
The HTC Evo phone became the second device to get the Android 2.2 update earlier this month, but it turned out to be an accidental move from Sprint and was quickly pulled. Now, the official update is here.
The Droid, which has sold more units than any other Android phone, has been taken off the factory line to make room for the similar-looking, more powerful Droid 2.
Are snobby iPhone users having more sex than their Android and Blackberry counterparts?
Kapersky Lab has positively identified what it describes as the first Trojan-SMS designed to compromise Android smartphones.
After Verizon seemingly stopped acknowledging the existence of the Droid 2, the wireless provider today finally provided some concrete details of the device, saying it would go on sale this Thursday.
Blue Planet Apps is expected to introduce a beta version of its Biometric security utility for Android smartphones within the next two weeks.
General Dynamics has introduced a rugged, battlefield-ready "Pip Boy" with an eight-hour battery life.
Sony Ericsson has launched the latest iteration of its Xperia smartphone. The sleek, Android-powered device boasts a 4-inch display, a blazingly fast 1GHz Snapdragon processor and GPS capabilities.
The Droid X has just barely been able to get its name out in the market before its big brother, the Droid 2, starts making headlines and now some shoppers have gotten a sneak peak at its price tag - literally.
Google has unceremoniously removed an "Easy Root" application from its Android marketplace.
The Symbian Foundation continues to wonder why everyone is making such a fuss over Google's popular mobile Android operating system.
After several weeks of speculation about which phones will be getting the latest version of Android and when the updates will happen, there's finally an official word from one of the phone manufacturers.
Dish will be serving up live satellite TV on a variety of mobile devices, including Android smartphones, iPads, iPhones, iPod Touches and BlackBerries.
Android is expected to surpass Apple in global smartphone market share by the year 2012.
Acer has debuted a $380 netbook that arrives pre-loaded with both Android and Windows XP.
Did you know that at least 200,000 Android smartphones are activated on a daily basis?
Archos is reportedly prepping its new "gen-8" Android tablet lineup for a Fall 2010 launch.