Finally, Verizon has signed off on an Ice Cream Sandwich update for its version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
The very first smartphone platform ever to reach one billion devices will be Android.
It's expected Samsung's Galaxy S II will be upgraded to Android 4.1 in two months.
Around 1.3 million Android devices are being activated on a daily basis.
There are still millions more Samsung Galaxy S III units to be sold.
Pretty soon you won't be able to find any region where Blackberry owns the smartphone market.
The process of getting Android 4.0 on Verizon's Thunderbolt is edging ever closer.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
Sprint, which is playing catch-up in the LTE game, has just confirmed 100 new cities for its growing network.
Although it should have been the first to receive an upgrade, Sprint's Galaxy Nexus is now finally getting Jelly Bean.
No one should be surprised by this latest iPhone 5 detail.
Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S II will receive the Android 4.1 update.
After being exclusively available on Sony's Xperia devices, the ambitious Call of Duty spin-off has spread its wings.
HTC is promising Thunderbolt owners that it hasn't forgotten about them.
Although it may seem like it isn't really available on many devices, the latest version of Android is already making its way into the mainstream.
Welcome to the first major Motorola announcement since the merger with Google.
The next iteration of Windows Phone is here.
In a world where mobile data is increasingly throttled, T-Mobile is taking an interesting direction.
The next time you go into Radio Shack, expect to store to try peddling you its own mobile service.
For the first time since the launch of the iPhone 4S, it is not the #1 smartphone in America.