Hold on to your hats, LG has just revealed the Optimus G and it’s a beauty. This Android flagship is packing an impressive set of specs.
Apple has submitted a list of eight Samsung smartphones to the court, with a view to seeing them removed from sale in the USA.
South Korean court finds Apple and Samsung are infringing each other’s patents and imposes a small fine and limited ban on both companies.
Facebook employees are forced to give up their iPhones for Androids in an attempt to focus on the app's shortcomings.
Samsung loses 7.5 percent of its value in the first day of trading after Apple's court victory. It looks like the real cost of that losing verdict for Samsung could be high.
Samsung has announced the Galaxy Player 5.8, a new media player based on its Galaxy S3 smartphone, but with an even larger screen.
Rumor has it Samsung is planning to introduce a Galaxy S camera running Android 4.0 at IFA 2012.
We go over the many ways Apple's $1 billion victory over Samsung could hurt Android users, and a few ways it could help.
Does Apple's victory over Samsung mean every Android phone and tablet make has to change its designs? And goes Google have to cut a deal?
Apple’s recent patent victory over Samsung will leave other Android makers squirming, and open a window for struggling competitors like Microsoft and RIM.
Motorola's Photon Q 4G LTE gives Sprint users a chance to enjoy Motorola's industry-leading keyboard without switching to Verizon.
Pandora brings a much-needed update to its Android app. We go hands on to take a look at what has changed in the streaming music service's redesign.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS have joined Sprint in offering truly unlimited data plans: no data caps in sight. Should AT&T and Verizon customers disgruntled by rate changes make the jump? Maybe, but make sure to read the fine print.