News and Rumors
Consumers will have their choice of touch-only or QWERTY form factors.
Can Motorola and Verizon get tablets right the second time around?
A slightly faster, larger Galaxy S II adds support for AT&T’s 4G LTE network.
Can Barnes & Noble counter the Kindle Fire with a refreshed Nook Color?
AT&T has a number of devices and a growing network slated for the holiday season.
AT&T begins deploying handsets to support their growing 4G LTE network.
November figures to be a massive month for Verizon and their Android lineup.
Gaming on mobile devices is on the rise, as chipsets becomes faster and screen sizes become larger, more and more console quality games are making their way to our Android
Google TV was, well… kind of a failure. It wasn’t mature, it wasn’t finished, and it didn’t have what Android is famous for: Openness and apps from the Android Market.
Ludei has become the first developer to launch a game simultaneously on Android, iOS, and HTML 5. Launching your game on these three platforms is certainly the way of the
If you’re looking for further proof that the Samsung Galaxy S II series of phones is a force to be reckoned with, check out the latest kudos. The entire GS
We all know Intel is working hard to bring a fully functional version of Android to the x86 architecture, but I think it doesn’t matter how hard they try to
Motorola Mobility recently announced third-quarter 2011 financial results, posting net revenues of $3.3 billion, up 11 percent from third quarter 2010. Mobile device revenue came in at $2.4 billion, up
Say what? In case you didn’t realize it, Sony Ericsson is in fact a joint venture between Sony Corporation and Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson. Both companies share an equal 50
Garmin released its first fitness app onto the Android Market the other day and while it’s been reported to have a few bugs, it looks to be a promising addition