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.
Google's Android operating system captured a record 41% share of the global tablet market in the third quarter of 2012 - as Apple's popular iOS slipped to 57%.
Approximately 2% of all Android devices are using the most up-to-date firmware; how does that compare with iOS?
Well, according to industry tracker Chitika, about 61% of all mobile Apple devices are now powered by the latest version of the iOS operating system.
Imagine a smartphone you only had to charge once a week.
There are now more than one billion smartphone users across the globe.
The iPad 3's Retina display along with Apple's more liberal submission policy have prompted the file sizes of popular iOS apps to grow substantially - especially for games.
Microsoft is rejecting statements made by one of its own employees.
Game developer rakes in a cool $350,000 per day after Apple takes its cut.
SteelSeries has officially rolled out its new mobile wireless controller along with a Flux headset.
Asphalt 7 is a mobile game for Android and iOS that allows players to drive 60 different sports cars, including vehicles design by Ferrari, Lamborghini and Aston Martin.
Mountain View has rolled out an updated version of its Google Drive that offers new features for both iOS and Android devices.
It has finally happened - the pigs from Angry Birds are getting their own game.
I'm quite certain that a fair number of gamers out there, even those who prefer PC gaming like myself, have been impressed by some of the iOS and Android mobile titles currently on the market.
Back in March, Apple confirmed that its iOS app store had hit the 25 billion downloads mark - prompting me to wonder what the most popular programs were for both the iPhone and iPad.
A well-known hacker claims to have found a significant security flaw in iOS, allowing SMS messages to be spoofed.
Apple and Microsoft are fielding two very different interfaces at the moment, with Cupertino using platform differences to accelerate change.
From this fall, the pre-installed YouTube app will disappear from Apple's operating system, with the launch of iOS 6.
Get ready to synchronize your SMS messages in the cloud with MySMS, which just rolled out of beta status early this morning.
Microsoft updated its Xbox Live iOS app today, adding a number of sweet new features for iPad owners.
Google's Chrome browser is now available for the first time for the iPad and iPhone, free from Apple's App Store.