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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Last week's new version 11.2.0 of Adobe Reader on Android contains new features and a critical security fix that was only disclosed yesterday.
Google has announced KitKat for Glass as it launches a one day sale open to anyone in the US.
Despite the best efforts of Google, last week's Heartbleed events show that much work remains before Android is up to par on its updating process.
With vulnerabilities such as Heartbleed and Pileup likely to go unpatched on tens, if not hundreds of millions of Android devices, the platform is fast becoming a toxic hellstew that should send chills down the spines of IT admins.
The HTC One (M8) ticks most of our boxes: design, build and performance are all excellent, there's no app overload, and HTC Sense is improving with every iteration. Battery life could be better and some of the camera tools may seem unnecessary, but overall it's a winner.
Lack of patches and upgrade paths for Android is leaving devices vulnerable to Heartbleed exploits, security researchers from the SANS Institute and Sophos have said.
The timing for the Google Glass flash sale couldn't be better for those looking to blow their tax refunds.
The Android team announced that it will be rolling out an upgrade consisting of always-on monitoring, intended to ensure all apps are operating securely.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 appears in US carrier stores tomorrow and I've been spending the last couple of days with the AT&T model. It's a nice evolution in the Galaxy line, but the new HTC One is offering stiff competition.
Microsoft Executive Vice President of operating systems Terry Myerson talks about Windows' value proposition for a more cross-platform-committed Microsoft.
The new models include 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10-inch slates with 1,280x800 screens, starting at just $129.
Facebook's iOS app is "abusing" the extra privileges given to VoIP apps have on Apple's platform allowing them to run unnoticed in the background, according to an ex-Genius Bar employee.
All the smartphones announced in the first quarter of 2014 are now available and this list ranks the top 10 for you to consider.
This affordable smartphone includes a Simple Android Interface, but it's only skin-deep, and to access it you need to be able to navigate the standard UI.
Like the consumer-based Slate 8 Pro, this 8-inch device packs an Nvidia Tegra 4 processor, but it runs Android 4.4 KitKat.