Editor's Pick Facebook has said for years that it intends to become the very best distribution platform for mobile developers;. Today, it's turning that promise into a threat.
Facebook Home is in the house, and it's taking over Android. But what about Apple's iOS?
Check out what the new Facebook Home Android skin and the HTC First look like before the launch later this month.
After weeks and months of good news for Android, ComScore's U.S. subscriber market share report released today says Apple is growing overall iPhone sales and iOS platform penetration, while Google's Android is dropping.
Editor's Pick We're reporting live from Facebook's big Android announcement in Menlo Park, Calif.
After only one year, Instagram's Android app has grown to account for almost half of the photo sharing app's 100 million users, the company announced today.
And the Facebook Home/Facebook Phone leaks keep on coming.
As we near the Nexus 7's first birthday, chatter is building about the tablet's potential successor.
After a long wait, AT&T will offer up HTC's new flagship Android phone -- the HTC One -- starting on April 19 for $200 with a two-year contract -- and before the Samsung Galaxy S IV is available.
The mobile operating system market share numbers are in for Kantar Worldpanel's last quarter, and the numbers are shocking.
At this rate, Facebook may not have many surprises left in store for its Thursday Android event.
New and old game companies are all fighting for the same territory: our living rooms.
Those Facebook phone rumors are back again -- except this time, they may be valid. Still, as we approach the possible unveiling of this curious device, a big question remains: Will anyone actually need this thing?
Ouya rewarded its most loyal fans with the first consoles ahead of the formal retail launch.
Ouya's about 10 games ready now and dozens that will be available shortly. By its retail launch in June, the company promises hundreds.
Android is a hot button for mobile gaming industry experts. Some believe it will grow to be the biggest platform developed for, some say it's the one of the worst to work with.
Google pledged to not use its arsenal of patent weapons offensively today, taking a stand on open source and patents that is anti-patent troll, pro-competition, and pro-freedom to create, innovate, and code.
It looks like Samsung's Galaxy S IV roll-out will start with AT&T in the U.S.
Mobile gaming’s relationship to consoles will continue to evolve.
Sometimes, you just have to say wow.