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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One of the best things about being a writer is the ability to leverage mobile tech to do the job. The six systems I use are as portable as can be, which lets me work practically anywhere without compromise.
LG has joined the mini club, releasing a 4.7-inch version of its flagship handset.
Registration for Google I/O isn't open yet, but there is at least one big change to know now.
Starting today, Google is moving the next evolution of Maps out of preview mode to become the default mapping desktop experience for all of its users worldwide.
RiskIQ, an Internet security company, claims that malicious apps have grown by almost 400 percent on Google's Android Play store.
Appstore developers will continue to earn their standard revenue cut when customers make purchases using Amazon Coins.
Several stories recently have spread misinformation about how Google licenses Android and its services. Here's the real story on how Android licensing works with open source and Linux.
Microsoft plans to release its Lync unified communications app for Android tablets this summer. It also will deliver federated video across Lync and Skype before the end of 2014.
We have seen lots of rumors of the next HTC One and in a month we will see what HTC has come up with. The launch event will take place in NY and London.
Devices in the latest Android software update include more than a dozen Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
HTC needs to do something other than make incredible devices and the HTC Advantage program is one way they are trying to stand out. One free screen replacement is a great way to start.
UPDATED: With Samsung's unPacked 5 event now less than a week away, we round up the latest batch of rumours and sort the wheat from the chaff.
I have been a Windows Phone fan since mid-2010, but haven't used one as my daily smartphone for months. There are at least five main reasons that I no longer use Windows Phone while Android and iOS have my attention.
The spread of smartphone theft is off the charts. Some US senators have a plan to solve it, but the carriers don't agree. Is the Senate plan a bad idea, or are carriers just trying to bilk their customers out of insurance fees? It's an ugly story no matter how you look at it.
After shooting for the high end of the tablet PC market with the launch of the Galaxy Pro line, Samsung goes after a different customer with a budget 7-inch model.