Images of what appear to be the next Nexus-branded smartphone have been leaked.
Google's popular Android Nexus 7 tablet is currently available in two iterations: 8 GB for $200 and 16GB for $250.
Google is reportedly getting ready to roll out a new strategy for its line of "Nexus" Android devices.
Well, it seems as if there is actually something good to be said about Apple Maps - it uses a fifth as much data as Google's version.
Asus's unique Transformer Pad Infinity tablet is now getting the latest Android update.
Despite its continued increase in the mainstream consciousness, Android has seen a decrease in developer interest.
Google's $200 Nexus 7 may have taken the Android tablet market by storm, but Mountain View clearly isn't finished yet.
The reason so many iPhone users are getting lost is that Apple and Google couldn't agree on turn-by-turn directions, a new report claims.
California's governor Jerry Brown says that today's science fiction is tomorrow's reality.
Google is today adding its first underwater panoramic images to Google Maps, allowing users to take a virtual dive at six of the world's most dramatic coral reefs.
Now that it is under the Google umbrella, Motorola Mobility is apologizing for its lack of Ice Cream Sandwich updates.
The next installment in Google's "seal of approval" Nexus brand appears to be based on the Droid Incredible X.
Iran is in the process of blocking access to Google search, Gmail and YouTube, saying it plans to introduce its own 'domestic internet'.
Apple's decision to dump Google maps with iOS 6 and go with its own solution is looking like a disaster.
Owners of the HTC One X phone are about to become one of the 1%.
The latest version of Google's mobile operating system is chugging along at a pretty fast pace.
Google is squaring up to Instagram with the acquisition of San Diego-based Nik Software, maker of the Snapseed photo-editing software.
A Google spokesperson has confirmed that a controversial video clip about the Islamic prophet Muhammad will remain on YouTube - despite a White House request for Mountain View to "review" the clip.
The very first smartphone platform ever to reach one billion devices will be Android.
Around 1.3 million Android devices are being activated on a daily basis.