Google's Android operating system has rounded up developers and a bevy of hardware partners to swamp the smartphone industry with devices. Android's market share has surged courtesy of devices from HTC and Motorola and analysts are generally upbeat about the platform's prospects and ability to crack the top three platforms.
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In a Q&A session, Phil Gerskovich, SVP of New Growth Platforms at Zebra talks about the Internet of Things, the acquisition of Motorola, and how Android-based rugged devices fit in.
OnePlus just announced their OnePlus One high end Android smartphone with specs that beat the S5 and HTC One (M8) with a price starting at just $299.
Samsung recently released the Galaxy S5 across the world and it is destined to sell millions. There are a few new gimmicks you will try once and never use again, but also some great features that make it a phone to consider.
As Apple's financial disclosure draws near, analysts are comparing iPad sales numbers with those of the Android tablet market. The problem with that is there is no such thing as the Android tablet.
Did you know that Google Glass could be used to monitor rhinos? Yes, that is happening.
Motorola Solutions is the latest company to sign a patent-licensing deal with Microsoft covering devices that run Android and Chrome OS.
I had the opportunity to capture photos with the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8), LG G2, Apple iPhone 5s, Nokia Lumia Icon, and Nokia Lumia 1020. They all take great photos, but I did notice some differences.
Those taking tablets to work know the benefit of a good keyboard case. This unique model adjusts to fit most 7-inch tablets.
Amazon has created a custom store for e-book purchases designed solely for Samsung Galaxy devices.
Google has launched Chrome Remote Desktop for Android and says to expect one for iOS later this year.
The TabPRO 8.4 is a good size to carry and hold, has top-notch specifications, and most of Samsung's software tweaks are useful. The price tag and moderate audio quality are its only real drawbacks.
There were problems elsewhere on the Q1 balance sheet as well, namely in Google's core department: search.
Every day I see iPads, a lot of iPads, out in public. What I rarely ever see are Android tablets.
Google reckons its Glass Explorer club has reached capacity after the company opened it up to the public for one day only, but it's staying mum on numbers.
Tizen for smartphones is down but not out with Samsung planning to launch a pair of handsets in the next quarter.