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One of the best features that has been on the Samsung Galaxy Note series for a while is the ability to put apps into a window, allowing you to view
One of the key features in Amazon’s new 2013 Kindle Fire tablets is its “Mojito” Fire 3.0 OS. What are the details and what does this mean to the end
Android Jelly Bean versions 4.1 and 4.2 (and while it’s not listed in the report, we assume 4.3) is now running on roughly 45% of activated devices, according to the
After weeks of rumors and expectations, Google has officially introduced Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Details in the update include multi-user profiles with restricted profile settings, Bluetooth Smart support, Open GL|ES
Chinese hardware maker Huawei has confirmed that is it is exploring its own mobile operating system as a backup in the event it must walk away from Android. Just
We knew from the beginning that Google would launch the next version of Android OS at the Google I/O 2012, but we still didn’t know the final name of it.
Take a few minutes to brush up on Android 2.3 with this video.
Remember the ASUS Eee Pad Slider which was announced by ASUS at the CES 2011? It’s been almost 8 months and still no sign of the first Android tablet to
A new post on Nielsen’s official blog breaks down mobile operating systems and the various handset makers and their respective shares. At 39 percent, Android accounts for the largest share
In just a little over two years, Android has leapfrogged every other mobile OS. Our favorite platform is now the most popular smart phone OS in the United States.
IT Security-Researcher MJ Keith of Alert Logic has found an exploit in our beloved Android OS. This involves the use of an attack code “piggy backed” on a loading a
Want some news about LG’s new Android tablet powerhouse? Last we heard from the Korean tech giant LG, it was scrapping plans for Froyo and looking forward to a more
Google’s latest platform version data is out, collected from the Android Market during the two weeks leading to November 1. Most telling in the report is that 77-percent of Android
Google VP Andy Rubin recently spent some time speaking with the Silicon Valley Mercury News where he shared a few details about the future of the mobile platform. Rubin acknowledged