The single biggest rival to the iPhone has been exposed as being vulnerable to a remote access hack.
Now that it is under the Google umbrella, Motorola Mobility is apologizing for its lack of Ice Cream Sandwich updates.
Amazon is launching a way for Android users to find apps that will actually run on their device.
The next installment in Google's "seal of approval" Nexus brand appears to be based on the Droid Incredible X.
Samsung wants to be the company that puts Jelly Bean on the map.
Here's a shocker - the iPhone 5 is a bona fide hit.
It's iPhone 5 launch day, which means it's iPhone 5 teardown day.
As promised, Sony's Xperia Ion phone is getting Ice Cream Sandwich.
AT&T has added new cities to its 4G LTE network just in time for the iPhone 5.
Although it was the last of the major three to get into the LTE race, Sprint is playing a nice game of catchup.
Owners of the HTC One X phone are about to become one of the 1%.
They just keep on coming, don't they?
Although its existence wasn't much of a mystery, Samsung has made it official and announced the Galaxy Note II for all major carriers.
Not wanting to be left in the dust, LG has unveiled its latest smartphone.
The latest version of Google's mobile operating system is chugging along at a pretty fast pace.
The Galaxy S4 will not be revealed at next year's Mobile World Congress.
Samsung will be unveiling its new flagship Android phone early next year, according to reports.
If you own an Android device, chances are it needs to be patched.
Sony's Xperia Ion will be getting Android 4.0 this week.
The introduction of Isis's sweeping mobile payment platform continues to move at a crawl.