A number of Motorola tablets are now receiving updates to Android 4.0.
Images of what appear to be the next Nexus-branded smartphone have been leaked.
Samsung has officially posted that its Galaxy S III phones will be upgraded to Android 4.1 "soon."
Starting next month, you'll be able to pay for your coffee with Square Wallet.
HTC's latest and greatest Windows Phone device could carry an unsubsidized price of around $560.
The next iteration of Microsoft's mobile operating system has been granted an official release date.
Google is reportedly getting ready to roll out a new strategy for its line of "Nexus" Android devices.
Sony has launched its Playstation smartphone app for the Playstation Vita.
It's believed that Microsoft will launch its own branded smartphone in the early part of 2013.
Samsung is holding an event next week, prompting rumors the company will unveil a smaller version of the wildly popular Galaxy S III.
It looks like T-Mobile is finally going to merge with another company.
HTC's latest and greatest attempt at gaining the attention of the Windows Phone market will be available on AT&T.
The latest Android numbers are in.
It's only been out for several days but the iPhone 5 is already getting its first bug patched.
The iPhone 5 is now available for a variety of smaller regional carriers.
Despite its continued increase in the mainstream consciousness, Android has seen a decrease in developer interest.
A recent survey conducted by a consumer research firm known as On Device recently polled 16,000 Apple iPhone owners in the United States.
Forget McDonald's - Google is the one boasting about billions and billions served today.
Samsung has responded to the news that created shock waves yesterday.
At least one player in the NFC world doesn't see the iPhone 5's lack of support as a huge deal.