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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Google's Search app on Android now better caters to the billions of bilingual people in the world.
Impossible? Apparently not, as US researchers have discovered.
The number of unique Android devices in use today has ballooned to 18,700.
Security researchers at FireEye claim the majority of the most popular free Android apps are susceptible to Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attacks.
LG's two new devices look set to join the ranks of Android smartphones angling a slice of the growing sub-$200 market.
We're downloading fewer apps than we used to, and most of us have never paid for an app, ever.
Modifications to the core Android operating system would allow companies to plug in security enhancements for mobile devices, potentially improving the security of BYOD schemes within the enterprise.
Hands-on: Mugen Power Extended Battery case for the Moto X, an extra 2,800 mAh and a microSD card slot
The Moto X battery satisfies many folks, but I need to charge it up to get through a day. Mugen Power has a solution that also adds a microSD expansion card slot.
Starting at $449, the new tablets come in 20-inch and 24-inch sizes and run Android KitKat 4.4 and a bevy of child-friendly apps.
Low cost smartphone providers are powering the popularity of the Android platform and ZTE continues to gain market share with devices like this new Nubia 5s mini LTE.
More consumers in Asia are picking up 7-inch and above tablets with cellular voice capabilities, as they turn to single mobile devices to make calls, watch movies, and text.
It is likely I will buy an iPhone 6, but there are many things I like about Android that I doubt we will see come to an Apple flagship smartphone any time soon.
HTC launched a Windows Phone version of its HTC One on Verizon -- its first Windows Phone flagship in two years.
According to Google, the goal of Project Tango is to "give mobile devices a human-scale understanding of space and motion," and the new tablet brings this goal a little closer.