Samsung is reneging on promises it made to quickly dole out an Android update for one of its best-selling phones.
No less than 14 Verizon devices will be upgraded to the latest version of Android.
The next version of Android will be code-named Jelly Bean, and after that will be Key Lime Pie.
Archos is trying to break into the market that few have entered - a kid-centric tablet.
After creating a powerful brand with its line of Evo devices, HTC has announced a slate of new phones with a new moniker - "One."
If there's one trend we might take away from Mobile World Congress this year, it's the blurring of the line between phone and tablet.
As LG continues to build its Android-powered Optimus brand, the company has revealed three news phones.
If you've been unimpressed with the amount of Ice Cream Sandwich devices on the market so far, Viewsonic has just what you're looking for.
Apparently Google isn't happy enough that its Android operating system has finally been implemented in a successful, top-selling tablet with the Kindle Fire.
LG is trying to turn the Optimus brand into what the Galaxy brand is for Samsung and the Droid brand is for Verizon.
Toshiba's Thrive tablet is the latest device to get slotted in for an Ice Cream Sandwich makeover.
LG has confirmed that it is working on a successor to its Optimus 3D smartphone, one of the first glasses-free 3D phones on the market.
Even though 99% of Android users don't have Android 4.0 yet, Google is reportedly already planning to deploy Android 5.0 in the coming months.
Intel-powered smartphones have yet to officially hit the the streets, but pictures of one allegedly leaked x86-based Motorola device look pretty sweet to us indeed.
LG is apparently ready to step into the market of super-powered smartphone as it plans to launch a phone with a Tegra 3 chip.
The Nokia N9 will go down in mobile history as something of an enigma.
The latest version of Google's operating system has just reached its first milestone but it still has a long, long way to go.
It's being reported that Samsung's Galaxy S II might well be the next major handset to go to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
A new version of the HTC Sensation will be the manufacturer's first phone to have Ice Cream Sandwich pre-installed.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has seen the future of mobile devices - and it is Google's versatile Android operating system.