Google has been accused of illegally using its dominance in search in the European market to favour its own services and harm rivals.
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Volkswagen has confirmed it's bringing CarPlay to its new vehicles this year.
Samsung's Android 4.4 update for Galaxy devices looks to be picking up pace with the firmware update now hitting users in Europe and the US.
Today's Kantar's Worldpanel ComTech report shows Windows Phone has made gains but Android still dominates the European market. "The real battle now is among the Android manufacturers," it says.
Orange has added a pair of smartphones to its own-brand range, to be launched in a handful of European countries.
Nokia's low-end smartphones are making a dent in Europe, but they're having little impact in the US.
Thanks to mid-range Nokias devices, Windows Phone has now well and truly become Europe's third smartphone ecosystem – albeit a long way behind the two leaders of the pack.
Samsung now accounts for almost half of smartphones sold across France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.
LG is taking the Android Jelly Bean version of the Optimus G global, with Asia and Europe to get the device.
The Free Software Foundation Europe is claiming that recent changes to the Google's Android Software Development Kit licensing terms has made the SDK into proprietary software. But if you look closely, that doesn't appear to be the case.
Available in Europe now for 150 euros, the 7-inch Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet is slated for release in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2013.
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Android tablets are set to take a bite out of the iPad this year, especially in niches like kids and education. The high stakes explains why Fuhu, backed by Acer, Foxconn and Kingston, is willing to take on toy giant, Toys "R" Us.
The rollout of Android 4.1 to the flagship S III handset has begun, with customers in Poland and elsewhere in eastern Europe being the first to benefit.
The Android Gingerbread-based Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus will be available to buy in the UK from Saturday.The device was announced at the beginning of January ahead of CES 2012 and went on sale first in Russia before being gradually rolled out across Europe.
The Samsung-made Galaxy Nexus Android smartphone will come out in Europe in about three weeks' time, the manufacturer has said.Samsung used Twitter to announce the 17 November release date on Thursday, with online retailer Amazon UK now also showing the date on its listing for the phone.
Samsung's Galaxy Nexus is to hit Europe in a fortnight on November 17th, but the price of the Android 4.0 running smartphone may surprise you.
The Android app of the day installs a collection of home screen widgets for Honeycomb tablets that look good and add useful features.
Home screen widgets written especially for tablet screens. Widgets come in a variety of sizes and shapes to fit any home screen, and have high-resolution gadgets that add value to the screen in an attractive form.
Samsung does not believe a Dutch court's decision to ban sales of its Galaxy Android smartphones will affect sales of the devices to the rest of Europe, the company said on Wednesday.The court in The Hague said that Samsung's Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Ace handsets infringed on an Apple patent relating to photo management.
Vodafone's UK and German operations have made it possible for customers to pay for Android apps using their mobile phone account, rather than having to use Google's systems.The move was announced on Friday, with Vodafone saying it marked the first deployment of operator billing for Android Market apps in Europe.
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