The latest Android platform numbers are in, and they show a nice rise in the amount of phones running version 4.0.
Flagship Sony tablet the Tablet S is making its way to the newest version of Android.
For the first time, Google is telling users why updates to the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus have taken so long.
After a long delay, Samsung's Galaxy S II line is getting the newest version of Android.
Samsung makes some of the most popular Android smartphones and tablets currently on the market.
Have you been holding out for a new mid-range Android tablet with long battery life and sweet specs?
Step aside, Kindle Fire. There's a new affordable Android tablet that's come to play.
After numerous delays and technical problems, the Nexus S 4G is finally getting the new Android update.
Samsung's newest Galaxy Tab tablets will be delayed in the UK, but for good reason.
In its ever continuing climb to grow numbers, Google says nearly 3% of active Android users are running Android 4.0 or later.
The latest version of Android is alive and well in the AT&T version of Samsung's Galaxy Note.
Google has updated its newest version of Android, bringing Ice Cream Sandwich to version 4.0.4.
Sony expects most of its Xperia handsets to be upgraded to Android 4.0 over the next two months.
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 fully working version of Android 4.0 is now available for Samsung's Galaxy S II phone.
Users do not believe that the latest version of Android will help ease the fragmentation problems.
The percentage of Android devices running version 4.0 has more than doubled in the past couple months, but that number still isn't even 2%.
Google is promising to fix the Android 4.0 update that went awry the first time around.
After slightly being pushed back, Samsung's Galaxy S II phone is ready for an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade.
Verizon is being accused of putting a barrier between carrier and customer when it comes to Android 4.0.