There are only two days left until Motorola will make its spanking new Moto G official and the low-cost version of the Moto X is pretty much an open book following previous spills of information and two fresh tidbits.
According to F-Secure’s latest report titled ‘Mobile Threats’ covering the latest developments in the mobile malware sector for Q3 2013, the vast majority of malware is targeted directly at Android.
Just as the tech world was on the verge of completely forgetting about Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, formally introduced back in September, the amazingly cheap tablet has started shipping.
Those in South Korea will soon have two smartphones with curved displays to choose from, as the LG G Flex is set to launch in the country next week.
ZTE made quite a few waves in the Western media when it finally rolled out the Grand S and Nubia 5 stateside, but now the Chinese are looking to move up to the next level with a Snapdragon 800-powered Nubia Z5S.
Xolo is at it again in its effort to become a real threat for Samsung’s Indian mobile business, this time rolling out a phablet dubbed Q2000 that touts mostly mid-end specs.
It may seem a little too soon, but HTC’s rumored next-gen flagship device, codenamed M8, has been snapped on camera from the back.
The latest budget-conscious slate from Archos, dubbed 101 XS 2, looks to take on physical keyboard-toting hybrids such as Microsoft’s Surfaces and the Asus Transformer Pads or Transformer Book.
Say, do you by chance know what in the name of Android KitKat happened with the alleged Asus-made second-generation Nexus 10? I mean, all the signs pointed to the big guy chaperoning the Nexus 5 on its way to store shelves, yet the 10-incher is still not official.
The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is sold as a smartphone, but with a 6.4-inch display, it borders dangerously close to tablet territory.
When Google took the wraps off Android 4.4 KitKat, Galaxy Nexus owners were disappointed that the device wouldn’t be getting the newest version of the OS.
It looks like the Moto G launch and Android 4.4 KitKat updates for the Moto X, Droid Maxx, Ultra and Mini are not the only neat little surprises Motorola has in store for its fans ahead of the holiday season.
With Android 4.4 KitKat officially official, fully detailed and available already on a number of Nexus devices, it’s only a matter of time until gadgets not running stock versions of Google’s OS will also be bestowed upon the honor of savoring the latest chocolaty software treat.
So you thought the Asian onslaught of Android flip phones was a joke, huh? A passing fad, a whim, a bizarre eccentricity as many Westerners tend to describe Oriental customs they don’t get or resonate with.
The Nexus 5 is one of the most powerful phones on the market, and is vastly more affordable than its competition. Here’s a look at how it stacks up against some of the more popular high-end phones on the market, and why it just might dominate the market.
Google has released the latest Android distribution numbers, and things are looking up, with Jelly Bean now running on more than 50 percent of devices.
Following a genuine rumor overload that was cut short almost a little too late, Google Nexus 5 cravers are unsurprisingly faced with an availability news overload less than 24 hours after the phone’s glamour-free formal intro.
We didn’t really need further confirmation a larger than before 12-inch Samsung Galaxy Note was in the works, what with it making the Bluetooth SIG and benchmarking rounds a couple of days ago, but any info that can help fully solve the puzzle is welcomed.
It’s been a few hours since Android 4.4 KitKat was (finally) made official, and Motorola and HTC have already confirmed that they’ll be updating select devices to the latest version of the OS.
Though the world’s first couple of smartphones to sport curved displays didn’t quite end up as flexible as we imagined all this time, the Samsung vs. LG duel is shaping up to be quite heated and interesting to the outside viewer.