Motorola is following in Microsoft’s footsteps.
That’s an interesting prediction, more for who it doesn’t include than who it does include.
With every new flagship Galaxy smartphone, Samsung continues to beat its own shipment records.
I’m not accustomed to seeing the words “Android continues to shrink” in a report.
Motorola has unveiled its first ad for its upcoming Moto X smartphone — but, unsurprisingly, it raises more questions than it answers.
TowerFall takes the top ranks on the new Android game console.
Skype for Android now looks a whole lot like Skype for Windows Phone.
If you subscribe for $7 a month, you can get the GamePop Mini console for free.
Google’s endorsement of an Android game console could fuel disruption in games.
Supercell and GungHo Online Entertainment’s mobile crossover event comes down to regional influence and shared inside knowledge.
The IDC found that the Western European mobile phone market shrunk in the first quarter of 2013, and Apple continues to lose ground in Western Europe and India.
A staggering 267,259 mobile apps are triggering SMS trojans, exploiting security holes, stealing private data, and building botnets, according to a study released today by security firm Juniper.
App Annie released its May apps index this morning– all apps minus games — and the giants are doing well: Microsoft, Google, Apple, and Facebook are well-represented on the top publisher lists. But there’s also some surprises, and some new entrants to the most-downloaded and highest-grossing app leader lists on iOS and Google Play.
The revenue gap has existed for a long time in spite of Android’s massive userbase growth to 900 million strong.
Sony’s making another go at the smartwatch market, but so far, the effort looks like it’s merely an incremental upgrade over its attempt last year.
For developers, app stores are both a blessing and a curse.
Research firm Gartner predicted that tablet sales will grow by almost 70 percent in 2013, sending desktop and laptop computer shipments on a ”nosedive.”
In spite of all the talk that Apple is ceding both tablet as well as smartphone market share to Google’s Android, iPad web browsing share just hit a five-month high.
The fragmentation charts of Android and iOS show just how different support for the two operating systems still is.
In an effort to make its Shield PC- and Android-gaming device more palatable to gamers’ wallets, Nvidia announced today that it’s dropping the price by $50 to $299.
Success almost killed Dawlat’s iOS business. That — and the fact that Apple wasn’t “getting a piece.”
Guest Post This year’s E3 will be the last time we see record attendance at the conference and that over the next five years, E3 will struggle to stay relevant in an increasingly global mobile/tablet gaming world.
Steve Jobs was very upfront about the fact that good artists copy, and great artists steal. According to former Palm CEO — and Apple SVP — Jon Rubinstein, the company Steve started is still a great artist.
With 425,000 beta users on board, social password manager PasswordBox is going live. And it’s offering free-for-life memberships to the first million users who sign up.
Samsung isn’t slowing down with its niche Galaxy S4 variants.
In 2012 younger adults ages 18-29 were equally as likely to own tablets as people in their thirties and forties, according to the study. But that changed in 2013 with the 30-49 group now significantly more likely to own a tablet.
Guest Post In tablets, Microsoft has lost its focus.
BlueStacks is using the same tech that has snared 10 million users for its service that allows Android apps to run on Windows PCs.
Is Samsung’s golden smartphone era coming to an end?
No more tying strings around fingers for Android users — note-taking and organization-solutions provider Evernote has announced that reminders, their most requested feature, are included in the latest software update.
A Google Glass startup incubator has launched what might be the first app directory for the device.
For anyone who is interested in this e-reader, a word to the wise: Snap it up quick. There’s no telling when Amazon will cancel it again.
Hate your Samsung Galaxy’s keyboard? Now you’ve got a better option from Google.
In the court of public opinion, Google is the star quarterback with the big pickup truck and all the friends, Apple is the top running back, and Facebook? Well, Facebook might be the captain of the debate team.
In addition, a new notifications feature enables you to customize whether you want notifications of new email based on the categories Google has sorted them into.
This means that folks with spotty cell service and limited access to electricity will be able to use apps like Facebook, download ebooks, and watch video clips on YouTube without putting unnecessary strain on their already limited assets.
If a developer sells a controller for Green Throttle, it can pocket about $4 from the sale.
The 7-inch device will launch at $249.
Three new tablets will use the Android operating system and feature Nvidia Tegra processors.
Google just released a new version of Gmail for Android — a few days ahead of expectations.