The latest Android distribution statistics are out and they are promising. The number of devices running Jelly Bean is up by 8.5 percent from February and older versions are rapidly losing share.
MSI is currently selling a low-cost, 7-inch tablet dubbed the Enjoy 71.
Google may be releasing a slew of new smartphones and and tablets loaded with Jelly Bean goodness, but its legacy Gingerbread OS (2.3.x) still runs on approximately 54% of Android devices.
LG has officially released the source to the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Optimus 2X phone.
Verizon's flagship 4G LTE smartphone still hasn't been upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich.
Motorola's successor to the Atrix phone is now getting its just desserts.
A number of Motorola tablets are now receiving updates to Android 4.0.
Acer has become one of the first tablet manufacturers to specifically announce some of its devices won't ever move beyond Android 4.0.
AT&T and HTC have introduced the One X+, a slick Android smartphone powered by a 1.7GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core CPU paired with 64GB of internal storage.
The latest Android numbers are in.
FXI has begun shipping the Cotton Candy, a PC-on-a-stick that features an ARM Cortex-A9 processor paired with Mali 400 graphics.
Now that it is under the Google umbrella, Motorola Mobility is apologizing for its lack of Ice Cream Sandwich updates.
As promised, Sony's Xperia Ion phone is getting Ice Cream Sandwich.
The latest version of Google's mobile operating system is chugging along at a pretty fast pace.
Sony's Xperia Ion will be getting Android 4.0 this week.
Finally, Verizon has signed off on an Ice Cream Sandwich update for its version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Around 1.3 million Android devices are being activated on a daily basis.
HTC Quick root - coded by XDA dev LyriquidPerfection - is designed to work with any Android HTC device.
The process of getting Android 4.0 on Verizon's Thunderbolt is edging ever closer.
Toys R Us has joined the trend of retail companies creating their own tablet hardware.