Nokia is bucking the trend to adopt Android and instead doubling down on its investments in MeeGo and Symbian.
The 2010 Web 2.0 Summit is underway, and here's everything you missed from day one, from RIM's assault on Apple, to Mark Zuckerberg's surprisingly frank thoughts on Google.
Sharp is getting ready to launch glasses-free 3D Android devices in Japan...and now says it's looking to bring the technology to the United States in 2011.
Isis wants to use near-field communication (NFC) for point-of-sale purchases with phones...and Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile are already on board.
Reports have Panasonic looking to launch Android smartphones outside Japan...but not until 2012.
A 7-inch Motorola tablet featuring Android 3.0 Honeycomb and aptly named the Motopad could be appearing in just months.
A new Ferrari-branded Android smartphone from Acer claims to be the "world's most exclusive." Giorgio Armani might have something to say about that.
Netflix announced Friday that its movie streaming app will be coming to some, but not all, Android devices in early 2011.
Best Buy has spilled the beans on the long-awaited Nexus Two, called the "Nexus S." Specs remain at large, but it looks like the phone will be available for holiday shoppers soon.
A research study has found that the iPhone 4 is the most reliable smartphone, but it also has one of the highest accident rates of any smartphone.
Fueled by increasing smartphone sales, mobile phone sales are way up worldwide, says Gartner.
There's buzz about the possible introduction of a 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab. If it turns out to be true, the tablet would be a direct competitor for the 9.7-inch iPad.
How low can you go? For the Motorla Citrus, it's $50 on Verizon Wireless for Android 2.1, a 3-inch display, and 3 megapixel camera.
YouTube showed off a new test feature that auto categorizes all of its videos as well as YouTube Remote, an Android app that allows users to control the Google TV YouTube app from a phone.
As promised, Opera Software has let loose a public beta of its mobile browser for Android, including pinch-to-zoom and hardware acceleration.