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Samsung confirms Galaxy S3 and S3 mini 3G owners will be stuck on Android 4.3 forever.
At CES 2014, it was the year Android desktops began to gain momentum.
The auto industry fell in love with Android at CES 2014. Questions abound and Ford still controls more of its in-car technology destiny.
Asus has unveiled a hybrid hybrid, putting both Windows and Android in the Transformer Book Duet.
Monday Morning Opener: As CES 2014 kicks off Lenovo launches an Android all-in-one. Android desktops plus Chromebooks could give Microsoft's Windows 8 franchise a headache.
A brand from the past tries to resurrect itself via budget tablets.
The budget 7-inch B1 gets slimmer and faster, while the 7.9-inch A1 upgrades to an Intel Atom processor.
Dell's thumb-sized Android USB device, revealed at CES, is set to ship in July this year. Good news for security-conscious IT staff?
The French mobile device maker keeps trying to break through in the Android market, this time with a line of tablets that includes an 8-inch iPad mini competitor for $169.
In emerging markets, the Iconia B1-A71 could sell for as little as $99.
The slate would run Android Jelly Bean and sport a 2,560x1,600 display, while the company also has a new 7-inch Jelly Bean tablet in the works.
An unnamed tablet with an Intel Medfield chip and running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has popped up at the FCC. Will it launch at CES 2013?
A quick follow up to the Google Android Jelly Bean-based Nexus 7 tablet has gone on sale in the UK priced at £199, with the promise of a 3G-equipped version to follow before the end of November.
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 range-topping Sony Xperia S is now available to buy on the Three network, leap-frogging Sony's own distribution schedule.The Xperia S, announced first at CES in January, is an Android Gingerbread-based smartphone with a 4.
Motorola started rolling out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Xoom tablet -- WiFi only -- in January but the date for the ICS updates for Xoom WiFi and 3G and Droid devices in the US are still not defined. Dates are provided for outside of the U.S.
The market for MP3 players is a tough one, because it's dominated by Apple's iPod range, and also because it's a declining market, as more users opt to listen to music on their mobile phones. However, having produced a high-end Android smartphone in the shape of the Xperia S, Sony has followed up with the Android-based Z1000 touch-screen MP3 player, which was launched in September in Japan.
Sony unveiled a huge selection of gadgets at CES 2012, ranging from a wrist-phone to a Crystal LED TV set. These included two high-end Android devices: the first Sony-branded mobile HD 12-megapixel cameraphone, and the Z1000 touch-screen MP3 player.
Asus is to launch a relatively cheap quad-core tablet running the Ice Cream Sandwich variant of Android, the company said on Monday.Jerry Shen and Jen-Hsun Huang, the chief executives of Asus and Nvidia respectively, announced the seven-inch ME370T tablet at CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
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