The Transformer Prime tablet has been upgraded to Android 4.0 a bit earlier than scheduled.
Freescale has debuted its new i.MX 6SoloLite processor at CES 2012. The chip is designed to power the next generation of low-power sipping eReaders.
Emerging smartphone player Huawei has just introduced a phone that's about as slim as a piece of industrial urethane tape.
While there is still a lot of uncertainty about the future of Google TV as it stands now, Lenovo is ready to jump outside the box.
The latest version of the Google-optimized smartphone line may have Sprint in its future.
The latest Android fragmentation numbers are in.
Sony is the latest company confirming its plans to upgrade to the newest version of Android.
If you've been disappointed with the limited Android access on Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet, here's some good news.
Just one business day after it was announced that Samsung's Galaxy S line of smartphones wouldn't be getting the latest version of Android, the company is having second thoughts.
The entire Galaxy S line, which not that long ago was Samsung's top-of-the-line Android smartphone brand, will not be eligible for upgrades to Android 4.0.
It's the most up-to-date Android phone currently on the market but Verizon is apparently not fully satisfied with the Galaxy Nexus.
Sony Ericsson, which has provided one of the most ambitious Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade promises to date, has released more details on the process and when it's set to begin.
Just as soon as it was announced that the Nexus S phone would be getting the latest version of Android this month, Google has had to put an end to the process in some areas.
Google has managed to squeak out one more version of the newest iteration of Android before the holidays.
There is yet another $300 phone on sale from Verizon, and this one carries Google's prestigious "Nexus" name.
Despite creeping rumors that Asus's ambitious new tablet was being put on hold, the company has confirmed it is 100% on schedule.
An XDA-Dev member has managed to install Google’s Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4) on Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet.
Intel has prepared a number of Android Ice Cream Sandwich "packages" for potential smartphones and tablets powered by Santa Clara’s upcoming Medfield processor.
If you want the latest and greatest in Google's mobile operating system, as of now you'll need to buy a Galaxy Nexus phone.
Indie devs are currently coding an x86 iteration of Google's popular Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4) operating system for mobile devices powered by AMD and Intel chips.