Enthusiasm for HP’s (Palm) webOS remains quite high, even if the industry heavyweight is no longer actively promoting the open source OS.
While millions of Android users are still waiting to be upgraded out of Android 2.3, Google is already updating a few of its already-fully-updated devices to a new version of Android.
Samsung has issued a formal response to a judge's decision to overturn a ban on the Galaxy Nexus phone.
Although it should have been the first to receive an upgrade, Sprint's Galaxy Nexus is now finally getting Jelly Bean.
If you have a Galaxy Nexus phone and don't have the latest version of Android yet, blame Verizon.
The legal system is getting quite the run for its money with this Samsung-Apple lawsuit.
It looks like Google is making good on its promise to keep its newest device as up-to-date as possible.
For the first time, Google is telling users why updates to the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus have taken so long.
Google has decided to offer its Galaxy Nexus phone direct to consumers.
An LTE version of the Galaxy Nexus may be hitting Sprint in a couple weeks.
Google has updated its newest version of Android, bringing Ice Cream Sandwich to version 4.0.4.
While more than 97% of Android devices still haven't received an Ice Cream Sandwich update, Google is already updating the few devices that are already running ICS.
A new survey shows that consumers are starting to rally around Samsung when it comes to thinking about their next smartphone.
The latest version of the Google-optimized smartphone line may have Sprint in its future.
The latest Android fragmentation numbers are in.
It's the most up-to-date Android phone currently on the market but Verizon is apparently not fully satisfied with the Galaxy Nexus.
There is yet another $300 phone on sale from Verizon, and this one carries Google's prestigious "Nexus" name.
Early adopters of the Galaxy Nexus can now rid their phone of an annoying glitch that erratically muted the device at random times.
The newest phone in the line of Google brainchildren is having some growing pains.
The Galaxy Nexus, best known as the first device to feature support for version 4.0 of the Android operating system, is ready for prime time.