There’s been a lot of hype and a lot of leaks, but tonight is finally the moment we get to see what Samsung has up its sleeve with its new flagship Android smartphone — the Galaxy S IV.
We're only a few hours away from the second-biggest phone launch of the year.
Google could bring its war against Android ad-blocking apps to Chrome, according to AdBlock Plus co-founder Till Faida.
Whatever surprises Samsung had in store for the launch of the Galaxy S IV later today have likely been spoiled by this latest round of leaked pictures and videos.
Apple marketing exec Phil Schiller isn't afraid to say how he feels about Android anymore. He criticized the platform today, ahead of Samsung's Galaxy S IV event in New York tomorrow.
Along with his bombshell news that Andy Rubin would be stepping down as head of Android, Google CEO Larry Page also used today to talk about Android’s progress.
Sundar Pichai is taking over Android -- the first new leader for the product since it was founded and since it joined Google. So, who is Sundar Pichai?
Andy Rubin will no longer be leading the charge for Android at Google, the company announced today.
The device plugs into your smartphone and measures your blood alcohol concentration when you breathe into it.
"We're seeing a billion pageviews per month," CEO Gil Dudkiewicz told me on the phone this afternoon.
The global app economy will reach $25 billion this year, according to new data from ABI Research. Thirty-five percent of that, or $8.8 billion, will be tablet apps, and 65 percent -- 16.4 billion -- will be smartphone apps.
Yesterday, we saw some alleged photos from Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone, and now it looks like that same sly gadget hound has created a video showing off the new phone.
"Yeah, but the Contacts page still looks like it was developed by Fred Flintstone."
Brands, how would you like to know exactly where and when your competitors advertise? Publishers, how would you like to know exactly which brands are advertising at competing publications -- and who sold them those ads?
With Samsung's Galaxy S IV scheduled to debut later this week in New York City, the leaks are coming full force.
Asia’s mobile apps market can teach us a lot.
At the close of last year, the Pew Research Center found that 87 percent of U.S. adults (roughly 239 million) owned at least one mobile phone, and among those, 45 percent …
Google already has five of the six most popular apps in America, with Google Maps, Search, Gmail, YouTube, and Google Play. But that is apparently not enough for the search-and-mobile-and-everything giant.
Android malware has reached a new, dangerous high -- at least if you believe F-Secure.
Path has always taken a different ... trail. So it's no surprise that the private social network is laying down new tracks in an attempt to make digital communication more human.
HTC sales have reached their lowest point since 2010, erasing the company's Android rise entirely.