With the announcement of the next-generation iPhone coming any day now Google might be changing its launch of Ice Cream Sandwich to better compete with Apple.
A leaked Verizon roadmap shows plenty of new Android and 4G LTE devices heading to consumers this fall.
Apple ships more smartphones than any other company in the world.
Via its official Facebook page, HTC tells users how they will be able to unlock the bootloaders on a couple of its most popular phones.
Android app developer Shifty Jelly is speaking up about Amazon's free app of the day, revealing that Amazon doesn't always offer developers the 20-percent revenue share it advertises.
New study reveals big gap between Google's Android and Apple iOS in global smartphone market.
A new Trojan virus that targets Android smartphones covertly records users' phone calls. Unfortunately, this malicious software is just one part of a new trend in hacking that targets Android and Apple iOS devices.
Lenovo's ThinkPad Honeycomb tablet will bring a stylus, detachable keyboard and other business features to the Android game on August 23, starting at $479.99.
iPad and Android device users will find their Google searching experience faster and simpler than before.
Motorola managed to sell 4.4 million smartphones in its second quarter, but only a tenth as many of its Xoom tablets.
Nielsen's June 2011 data shows that Google's mobile operating system is now the most prolific, with Apple's iOS firmly in second for now.
Google has introduced better integration across Maps, Latitude and Places on Android devices with version 5.8.
Android is getting some new movie watching features with Fox bringing legal movie downloads to the OS in October.
HTC's new Status has a dedicated Facebook button and several integrated social media features. Will it be able to compete with the iPhone or Android devices or will its small screen make it a dud?
Google issues a security fix to address the flaw discovered earlier this week that puts 99 percent of Android devices at risk "under certain circumstances."