We've covered the burgeoning PC-on-a-stick market fairly extensively on TG Daily in recent months. While offering various features and a wide range of capabilities, the overall form factor amongst such devices is pretty much the same.
The Tronsmart T428 - a quad-core Jelly Bean PC-on-a-stick - is ready to ship.
Nvidia's Project Shield can best be described as an Android-powered mobile console that is also capable of streaming games from a Windows PC.
Google has updated its Gmail Android app, which now allows users to save time on the actions they use most often: reply, archive, and search.
It may not be the highly anticipated Key Lime Pie, but devs at Mountain View are apparently almost ready to roll out the next version of Android Jelly Bean (4.2.2).
Amazon's popular Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch tablet is loaded with a (default) custom fork of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS).
It appears as if Qualcomm inadvertently leaked a roadmap revealing Google's debut date for its long-awaited Key Lime Pie (KLP) mobile Android OS update.
MSI is currently selling a low-cost, 7-inch tablet dubbed the Enjoy 71.
ARM may dominate the lucrative mobile market with its uber-efficient processors, although that hasn't discouraged MIPS from teaming up with Ingenic to design a dual-core system-on-a-chip for tablets.
GameStick recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise cash for a new Android-powered gaming device - and has already managed to exceed its $100,000 goal in just two days.
E Fun has debuted a lineup of Android tablets dubbed the Google Play series. Powered by Jelly Bean (4.1), the tablets feature full access to Google Play, 1.5GHz dual-core processors and an HD (1024 x 600) display.
A slick new PC-on-stick has been spotted on AliExpress.
When we last checked in on the Ouya, the company had confirmed that it would be shipping the developer version of its long-awaited Android-powered console on December 28.
Verizon is currently rolling out its long-awaited Android Jelly Bean (4.1) update for Samsung's flagship Galaxy S3 handset.
Verizon has confirmed that it will (finally) be rolling out Google's long-awaited Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) upgrade for Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III smartphone on December 14.
Apple's asked a court to allow it to add six more Samsung products to its patent infringement lawsuit in what's an ever-escalating battle between the two firms.
Google's Nexus 10 tablet is loaded with sweet Android Jelly Bean (4.2) goodness, and now Asus reportedly wants in on the fun for its flagship Transformer devices.
Google's long-awaited Android Jelly Bean (4.1.1) is currently rolling out to T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy S3.
You don't have to wait for Android 4.2 to run updated core apps.
A rooted and deodexed version of Android Jelly Bean has leaked for Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone.