For roughly $10,000, wealthy and self-aggrandizing egotists will get a luxury phone along with the latest version of Android. Happiness, however, is sold separately.
Is it a computer or a display? The Android-based Smart Display from ViewSonic is both.
Done with being a showroom for Amazon, Toys ‘R’ Us announces the Tabeo, a kids tablet that’s all its own. But will Toys ‘R’ Us “kids” (and more important, their parents) set aside Kindle Fires and iPads for it?
If you’re a Chrome Beta user, you’re in for a treat. Google’s beta version of its proprietary web browser just got an update that lets you view all your open tabs in Chrome across multiple devices.
Nvidia’s technology powers many cell phones on the market, including the T-Mobile G2X and Motorola Droid X2. But until now, Nvidia only supplied its processors to external cell phone manufacturers. On Monday, Nvidia announced the first phone to be powered solely by its technology.
At some point, the mad quest to create the thinnest phone on the market will end — but not today.
Motorola has introduced the fourth generation of its tried-and-true Droid Android smartphone for Verizon Wireless, this time with 4G LTE data speeds and a 4-inch qHD display.
Lenovo has come out swinging at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
It looks like owners of Samsung’s first Galaxy S devices didn’t take too kindly to the news that Android 4.0 won’t be made available as an upgrade.
Owners of Samsung’s first lineup of Galaxy S phones are in for some bitter news this morning, as the company has confirmed that the phones won’t be receiving an update to Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich.”
Both Apple and Samsung are hard at work tackling the next big innovation in tablets: higher resolution screens that can match the pixel fidelity of the iPhone 4′s Retina Display.
With Android 4.0, codenamed “Ice Cream Sandwich,” being the talk of the town, owners of Samsung’s recently released Galaxy S II have been anxious to hear if and when they’ll receive Google’s latest mobile update.
Verizon Wireless plans to offer the powerful Samsung Galaxy Nexus running the next generation of Android software “this year,” the company said late Friday.
JK Shin, Andy Rubin debuting the Galaxy Nexus
As if to purposefully make new iPhone 4S owners feel screen size envy, Samsung and Google today finally announced the long-awaited Galaxy Nexus, a mammoth 4.65-inch smartphone running Android 4.0.
Who needs Galaxy S II? Not Verizon Wireless. The carrier is reportedly planning a far bigger smartphone release from Samsung, the Droid Prime, for this October, according to the mobile news site Boy Genius Report.
Google may launch its third Nexus flagship Android phone, which is rumored to be called the Nexus Prime, earlier than expected this October, according to a report by the Korean site Electronic Times.
Google may be sticking with Nexus S manufacturer Samsung for its first Android 4.0 phone, potentially called the Nexus Prime, according to the mobile site Boy Genius Report.