Google's Android mobile operating system is just four years old and has managed to grow at an incredible rate, ruling a whopping 75 percent of the smartphone market in the third quarter of this year.
eBook Japan, a very long time distributor of electronically published content on the web, now plans to directly go where they really belong, by releasing their own e-content optimized 7-inch tablet.
Electronic Arts has launched Criterion’s Need For Speed Most Wanted in stores and as a digital download from Origin.com, paving the way for a racing experience that puts social competition at the heart of things.
Taiwan Mobile has announced the upcoming launch of the Amazing A2 smartphone, an upgraded version of the Amazing A1 released in May. Update: Chinese VR-Zone has a review of the Amazing A2 over at their site.
Japan has finally set the release date for the Galaxy Tab 7.7 Plus SC-01E, a 7.7-inch tablet that is specifically built for ultra high-speed LTE networks.
Not to be outdone by Apple, who announced an event yesterday, Google has today sent invitations to the media for an event relating to its mobile operating system Android.
A US appeals court has overturned a pre-trial sales ban against Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone, injuring Apple in its battle against Google's increasingly popular mobile software.
Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt expects more than a billion mobile devices around the world to be running its Android software within a year, intensifying a battle with Apple that he called a "defining fight" of the industry.
Samsung is to make a major announcement next week, widely expected to be the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini.
A patent by Apple has been revealed, detailing a method for unlocking electronic devices by facial detection. This is obviously related to other patents by Apple which have surfaced, regarding face and object recognition in general.
Motorola has unveiled the RAZR i, its first smartphone to be powered by an Intel Atom processor, boasting high speeds and a long-lasting battery life.
Yahoo's CEO, Marissa Mayer, has authorised the company to give all of its US employees a complementary iPhone 5, or an Android or Windows Phone 8 device, putting an end to its previous reliance on BlackBerry phones.
Acer has cancelled the launch of a new smartphone with Alibaba in China after Google allegedly threatened to pull Android authorisation from the Taiwanese laptop maker.
Google has paid money to Boingo Wireless, so that users of Android devices, PCs, and Macs will be able to freely access WiFi hotspots at 4,000 locations in the U.S through September.
Toy store Toys“R”Us is jumping on the tablet bandwagon with its first ever consumer electronics device, a 7-inch Android tablet for children.
Rovio, the creator of the popular Angry Birds series, will release its latest game, Bad Biggies, later this month, focusing on the nemeses of its bird-flinging titles.
The Russian government has developed its own Android-style tablet, without employing Google's open source mobile platform, which it fears will expose its secrets to the US.
Google chief executive Larry Page and Apple CEO Tim Cook have been conducting behind-the-scenes talks about a range of intellectual property matters, including the mobile patent disputes between the companies, according to sources close to them.
Apple is seeking to immediately capitalise on its US court victory by filing for a sales ban on eight smartphones made by rival Samsung.
Google may have ended support for the its original flagship phone, the Nexus One, but a NASA project shows the device is still very capable.