The news this week in Android covered a range of topics, including Google ending support on older versions of Webview, a new iPhone-inspired phone appears, and Adobe has released Lightroom for Android.
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After a relatively tepid launch for the iPhone 5s, Apple users have embraced the iPhone 6 across the globe, nowhere more so than in the UK and Australia, according to Kantar.
BBM is available on BlackBerry, Android, and iOS. Soon you will be able to view BBM activity on your wrist thanks to Android Wear compatibility.
Over the past few years Apple has watched its smartphone market share decline in the face of pressure from big, cheap Android smartphones. But the iPhone 6 could change that as consumers flock to the 4G capability and larger display.
Belkin embraces the internet of things (IoT) by letting you control this new web-connected Mr. Coffee maker from anywhere with an Android or iOS device. They also have a new IoT gadget for DIYers.
BlackBerry has a few Black Friday deals worth considering, including a way to trade in your iPhone and receive bonus value if you purchase a Passport.
This week we had reports of Lollipop rendering devices useless, Office for Android getting Dropbox support, and Nokia released an Android tablet.
Nokia has returned to the hardware market with a 7.9-inch Android tablet. While it will sell the device, it's hoping to license its name, design, and software to OEMs.
One of the biggest drawbacks of owning an iPhone or iPad is that Apple doesn't offer a way for users to supplement the internal storage with an SD or microSD card like many Android devices do. But here's how you can add more storage.
The Android platform continues to enjoy significant advantages over that offered by Apple, and this is why it remains the platform of choice for business, BYOD, and power users.
Apple released a tool to "deregister" a phone number from iMessage, but it wasn't enough to prevent a lawsuit from landing on the iPhone maker's doorstep.
Big news this week in the world of Android included a significant app release by Nokia, smart playlists from Google Play Music, Gmail for Android catching up with the competition, and the Fire Phone is officially a dud.
The HERE beta for Android expands beyond Samsung devices, but there is some friction with the distribution plan.
Salesforce's co-founder also clarified that the CRM giant's mobile strategy is focused on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone -- but not Blackberry.
There are some outstanding smartphones available for the business user and in this article Matthew Miller identifies the best ones running iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Microsoft is rolling out its first version of a new, free video chat app for Android, iPhone and Windows Phone devices that is part of its Skype family.
Nokia is making a fresh push into the work of Android, with the release of a beta mapping app through Samsung's Galaxy app store.
Even as it expands to support iOS and Android, Nokia isn't abandoning the Windows Phone platform with its HERE mapping technology.
Today's modern smartphone operating systems are all worthy of consideration and there are benefits to all of them not found on the others.
The biggest iPhone yet has hit the streets, and reports indicate sales in the millions. Is it worth all the fuss?
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