During the Farnborough International Airshow 2012, Qatar Airways demonstrated its latest airplane, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. However, for a technology site like VR-Zone we encountered something more interesting – the airplane entertainment system is powered by… Google Android.
Rovio, the developer behind the popular Angry Birds series, has released a trailer for its next game, Amazing Alex, which promises to bring more physics-based puzzles to mobile gamers.
Samsung won its latest legal battle with Apple by being, in the words of the judge, “not as cool,” a rare occasion where not being hip might actually be a good thing.
Your typical 10" tablet too small for your tastes? Try the SmartDisplay FT103, a 21.5" Android 4.0 tablet from Japanese computer maker Kouziro that can also be used as a 1080p full-HD display (via micro-HDMI). It does, however, have some serious shortcomings – find out what after the jump.
Google has denied claims by Microsoft about the existence of an Android spam botnet, but security firms are not so sure.
Microsoft has discovered an Android botnet responsible for sending large volumes of spam across the web, raising further concerns about the security of mobile operating systems.
One of the co-creators of Microsoft's Xbox is reportedly working on a $99 Android-powered game console that provides games for free.
Today, Rightware announced that a former MasterImage 3D and NVIDIA executive joined the team in the position of Chief Sales Officer (CSO). The person that started NVIDIA’s push in Europe and won many deals for MasterImage 3D will push its future outside the hardware world – by expanding the 3D user interface to as many
On Saturday the ongoing legal battle over patents between technology giants Apple v Samsung & Google took another step forward as California District Court Judge Lucy Koh refused all of Samsung's pre-trial summary judgement motions against Apple's smart phone patents.
Apple has won a second victory in the space of a week against Android devices today with an American judge granting its request for an injunction against Samsung.
Google has blamed the fragmentation of the Android platform on manufacturers and suggested the nature of the ecosystem would mean that it would never be the same as Apple's approach with iOS.
Google has unveiled the Nexus 7 Android tablet, the Nexus Q music device, Google Glass for consumers, and a Siri-like Android service called Google Now, making the search giant's I/O event this year jam-packed with exciting announcements.
Today, Sony Mobile unveiled six new Xperia smartphones for the Southeast Asia market, which include Xperia ion, Xperia go, Xperia acro S, Xperia neo L, Xperia miro and Xperia tipo.
HTC Asia has announced the launch of their next generation Desire series phones – Desire V and Desire C – with Beats Audio technology, and the One S which claims to be the slimmest and most elegant phone yet. All three phones will be available on 16 June, this weekend.
Apple is seeking to include Samsung's Galaxy S III smartphone, yet to be released in the U.S., in the litigation against Samsung regarding the Galaxy Nexus they co-developed with Google.
Market research and analysis firm IDC (International Data Research) predicts that Android will peak this year, and that Windows Phone will surpass iOS by 2016. It also forecasts that a market will remain for Blackberry devices, despite their current gloomy status.
Even if you don’t own an Android device, hit the jump to watch Hatsune Miku dance along to the Nyan Cat song!
Samsung will be offering the Galaxy S III on five carriers in the United States, beginning this month. Howver the phone will not feature a quad-core processor, like the 3G version in Europe and India.
A judge has refused Apple's request to prevent quotations from its co-founder and former CEO, the late Steve Jobs, to be used in the trial against Motorola Mobility.
PowerA will unveil an Android-powered hand-held gaming system at E3 next week, marking the latest move into the growing field of mobile gaming.