The latest numbers, released this evening by Google, show significant improvement. And that’s good for developers, who have to build apps that work on as wide a range of devices as possible.
Google just released a new version of Gmail for Android — a few days ahead of expectations.
Google has released five major Android updates since 2010, most named for something sweet. Today, Android’s developer site revealed that for the first time, more than 10 percent of Android smartphones in the market are running Jelly Bean, the latest version.
James Bond cannot possibly use the same gadgets, tools, or automobiles as you and I. It’s just a law of nature.
Sure, the iPhone 5 passed Samsung’s Galaxy S III in web traffic just three weeks after getting on the market. But does that say more about mobile operating systems and differences between Android and iPhone users than it says about device sales numbers?
In a move clearly meant to deflect attention from Apple’s iPhone 5 announcement today, Google has revealed that Android has reached a new milestone of 500 million activated devices.
Is it a computer or a display? The Android-based Smart Display from ViewSonic is both.
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.
Images from the first Motorola smartphone powered by Intel and running Android 4.0 (a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich) have allegedly surfaced online.
Despite numerous rumors to the contrary, Samsung has confirmed that it will not debut its much-anticipated Galaxy S III smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month.
Motorola’s Droid Razr Maxx, a powerful 4G Android phone with a long battery life, will be available on Verizon Wireless starting Jan. 26, Verizon announced today.
Google is planning to release a new set of design guidelines for the latest version of its mobile operating system, Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
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.
That Google is developing its own Nexus Android tablet isn’t much of a surprise — Google chairman Eric Schmidt strongly hinted at it weeks ago — but can the company make it significantly cheaper than Amazon’s $199 Kindle Fire? I don’t think so.
For all those Android lovers on the edges of their seats, Asus‘ Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet will officially run Google’s Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system on January 12.
Hopefully you didn’t pick up Sony’s stylish Tablet S Android slate before the holidays, because it’s now a cool $100 cheaper.
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.
[vimeo 34050199 w=640 h=360] Bump CEO Dave Lieb took some time to chat with us in the VentureBeat studio recently, and we talked all kinds of trash.
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.”
In our many trips to the Google campus during 2011, we heard and saw a lot of what the company got up to in 2011.
In just a few weeks, Samsung will start shipping Android 4.0, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich over the air to Galaxy device owners.
Today, two little-known companies are releasing the very first publicly available Android tablet to run Ice Cream Sandwich, the highly anticipated mobile operating system from Google.
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime might end up being the first tablet to feature Android 4.0, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich.
Adobe may be giving up on mobile Flash, but it’s going to get one more version out for Google’s upcoming Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” before it gives up the ghost.