Android remains the top smartphone platform in the U.S. and Europe, but Google’s mobile operating system lost ground in recent months, particularly in Europe. Hope for Android’s recovery may rest in Samsung’s hands.
Apple is in talk with media companies to reduce its cut of App Store and iTunes sales, according to a report. It'd mark the first time the company has done so since it introduced the 70/30 revenue split in 2003.
Amazon and Netflix need to watch out because Google might be prepping their own subscription-based video service. A recent Google Opinions Survey question gives us hope that Google Play Movies & TV All Access is coming soon.
In a move that defines the company's odd ball ways with its product launches, Samsung might be working on a cheaper variant of last year's Galaxy S5. Dubbed the Galaxy S5 Neo, not much is different except a few distinct changes.
Line, the popular messaging service, has launched a new app called Popcorn Buzz. It's a conference call-style app which allows you to organize massive group chats, where up to 200 of your closest friends can all shout over each other at the…
After leaving altogether in 2010 following a highly publicized censorship battle, Google may be returning to China with the Google Play app store, pitting itself once again in a head-to-head battle with Apple for market dominance.