Android and Apple's iOS rule the roost, but a bevy of others gun for the number three slot.
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There may still be some scepticism over whether chromebooks are worth the investment, but HP doesn't appear to be fazed, introducing the Chromebook 11 to the Australian market.
End-users want to see experiences similar to what they get from their smartphones. Can IT deliver?
Staffed entirely by blind people, Appcessible offers direct user feedback rather than automated testing procedures.
HTC One owners on Sprint can manually check for a KitKat update, which the carrier will begin pushing out from February 11.
CyanogenMod has released a final update to its Jelly Bean-based firmware and added support for a handful of devices.
Independent test lab AV-TEST has released their latest results for Android security products. We bring you the results for detection, features, and system impact.
Budget Android handset goes on sale for pre-pay customers in local stores and supermarkets.
An update to the BlackBerry 10 operating system adds message filtering, picture password and offline browser reading mode.
If you're a developer who's good at spotting missing features, and have an itch to try out Mozilla's new tablets, it's time join the foundation's contributor program.
With the apparent lack in availability and questions unanswered, local media are raising doubts over the authenticity of the government-backed mobile operating system, and suspect it may just be a HTC knockoff.
ZDNet's Monday Morning Opener: Smart devices, an internet of things, and the battle for the dashboard means computing is about to get more personal than ever.
Tizen, a well-backed would-be rival to Android and iOS, has hit a snag after Japan's NTT Docomo dropped plans to launch a device running the Linux-based platform.
Mac users now have an easier way to flash CyanogenMod to their Android device with a new installer.
China Operating System (COS) is the official operating system created and sponsored by the Chinese government, with the aim to break the monopoly of U.S. tech giants Google and Apple.
While the number of new US information technology jobs increased by 4.6 percent for all of last year, the tiny 0.03 percent improvement between November and December marked the 12th month in a row that the rate of new IT jobs decelerated.