Welcome to the first chapter in ‘The Android Evolution‘, a series in which we discuss what improvements have been made to Android and what could further be implemented in order
With Android 4.4 KitKat now officially outed by Google we are looking ahead to learning about the details and intricacies of the next release of the platform. We expect the
In this month’s update concerning the distribution of OS versions across devices, we’re seeing things move forward… at least a little bit. Here’s a rundown of the numbers: Version Codename
With the release of Jelly Bean 4.1, some users are saying that Google should have waited. The cries of “Now I have another update to wait for” are being heard
Will Sprint find success with the ZTE Optik’s price point and features?
Customers will have two sizes and multiple storage options to choose from later this month.
Android tablets are becoming more common each and everyday but most all of them look and feel the same. There may be a difference of brand quality, but overall the
Motorola recently unveiled their second generation of Motorola XOOM tablets a few weeks ago in the XOOM 2 and XOOM 2 Media Edition. The sexy tablets were announced for UK and
If you are looking to “up” your typing expierence on your tablet, you might want to check out the Logitech Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0+. Logitech offers this keyboard for
Coming off what we heard just hours ago, ASUS has officially announced the Eee Pad Transformer Prime. Sporting the new Quad-Core Nvidia Tegra 3 chip, an Android 4.0 update soon after launch, and the inherited keyboard dock from its predecessor, this tablet is surely one to grab attention.
It is the start of a new month, which means the latest platform figures have been listed on the Android Developers blog. As we’ve seen over the last few weeks
Almost 4 months ago, we told you that T-Mobile USA would be launching the HTC Flyer, which is actually the first ever Android powered tablet manufactured by HTC. No doubt
The Motorola XOOM was the first ever tablet to feature Google’s tablet optimized OS known as Honeycomb. The latest version of Honeycomb is known as Android 3.2 and it was
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.
As an Android fanboy, I believe that I am not the only one excited about Ice Cream Sandwich and I am really waiting for the Galaxy Nexus as most of