Apple reported its fourth quarter and year-end numbers for 2013, and the results are simultaneously amazing — and amazingly forgettable.
Nvidia’s handheld will now work with touch-only Android games like NBA Jam and Angry Birds thanks to the new button-mapping software.
Sit tight Android fans, the Nexus 5 is nigh — and in white.
Would you pay $200 on-contract for a great phone that technically had mid-range hardware?
PopCap’s tower-defense game goes live for all Android users.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced this morning that two thirds of iPhones are running iOS 7 already. At least I think he did.
Google just spent $23.1 million to make sure future low-end Android phones run just as well as high-end ones.
Apple’s new mobile operating system iOS 7 has been one of the most successful launches in history, reaching a shocking 18 percent adoption rate in just 24 hours and rising to surpass iOS 6 within just a few days.
Whoops! Someone over at Google sure has butterfingers. (Or more likely, Google is sneaky like a fox.)
A study of more than 200 billion ads on Facebook says that mobile ads on iPhone generate 1,790 percent more return on investment than ads on Android. Even worse, advertising on Android actually costs more than it returns.
Guest Post Paul Gaubil is the chief executive and co-founder of Sensopia, the maker of home improvement app MagicPlan.
Device manufacturer Sunflex is pricing its new tablet aggressively despite its multiple features.
Twitter’s finally built an app just for your Android tablet, as opposed to the one for your your Android smartphone.
But it’ll only work on Samsung tablets, at least for now.
Google launched new cloud-based development tools for iOS developers today, enabling them to connect to cloud services simply, easily, and cheaply. So cheaply, in fact, it’s free.
Anyone can participate in the competitions across any mobile device, from anywhere in the world.
This is in addition to Dragon Quest X getting a smartphone and tablet version.
Samsung isn’t the only company unashamed to follow in Apple’s footsteps.
Leap Motion, watch out.
Windows Phone is continuing to make inroads over the Atlantic, almost doubling its share of new phones sold in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK.
60 percent of Android smartphones returned to the store aren’t actually broken. And if InnoPath’s new Mobie app gets widespread adoption, they may not actually get returned in the first place.
Love may just be a few clicks away, Taco Bell has a “happier” hour, and you — yes you! — have one brand-new Apple iPad unclaimed at this very moment.
Samsung announced this morning that it has created the Samsung Solutions Exchange, a new ecosystem for enterprises that are adopting Android phones.
CSR Racing developer NaturalMotion Games talks about the risks of the blue-ocean strategy.
Amazon releases new tablets that offer higher quality, faster speed, and low prices.
Google will now permit you to remotely lock your Android, lest that cabbie whose vehicle you left your phone in sees all those duckface pictures you took last night.
The PS Vita lookalike has a quad-core processor and retails for $160.
Nine days ago, Apple boasted that iOS 7 would soon be the world’s most popular mobile operating system. Today, the company is beginning to be proved correct.
Kamcord is offering its tool in a beta test to developers starting today.
“Android has a billion devices. Even if we only captured 3 or 4 percent, that’s a huge number,” said co-founder Koush Dutta. Is an acquisition in the works? Dutta’s telling reply below.
CyanogenMod is growing up.
Editor’s Pick I’ve been using iOS 7 in various beta forms for the last three months, and it’s the best mobile operating system Apple has ever delivered.
It figures that a music distribution company for modern Africa would skip old-school architecture and go straight to mobile.
Here’s yet another sign that the Nexus 5 is near: Google sold out of all of its current Nexus 4 stock on Monday, and according to the Verge, it won’t be returning.
The Kindle Fire is a great little cheap tablet, but out of the box it doesn’t run a modern version of Android, doesn’t connect to your Google account, and doesn’t have access to all of Google Play’s million or so apps.
Except mine does.
Angry Birds Star Wars 2 gives gamers the chance to play as a young Anakin Skywalker bird or a General Grievous piggy.
Brooklyn-based Amplify envisions a future where children learn at their own pace, by playing games on Android tablets — and generating lots of data as they do.
Publisher 505 games added a few Android-specific features to the open-world sandbox crafting game.
The Android device will go on sale Oct. 29.
Children average around seven hours of game time on tablets and smartphones every week.
Tomorrow Apple is going to unveil new iPhones, new sales numbers, and a new mobile operating system. Tonight, however, Microsoft put up its hand and said “Don’t forget about us!”
And the company has good reason to.