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.
Google has updated the transit features of its popular Maps service on Android, making it easier to find public transportation.
Malware on Google's Android platform has risen threefold in the second quarter of this year, with nearly 15,000 new malware added to Kaspersky Lab's database.
A US judge has ordered Google and Oracle to reveal the identities of bloggers and journalists they allegedly paid to publish biased comments on the patent dispute between them.
Samsung has announced that it will unveil its next Galaxy Note smartphone at an event towards the end of the month, pre-empting Apple's expected release of the iPhone 5 a month or two later.
Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Company (or simply Rockchip) is mostly known for its low-power silicon which powers numerous entry-level tablets, smartphones, digital frames, personal media players etc. The company recently unveiled its high-performing chips, the RK 3000 Series.
Google has announced an indefinite delay for its oddly-shaped Nexus Q music player, stating that it wants to make some improvements before launching it.
Chris Miller, a security researcher presenting his findings at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas, has discovered some severe security flaws with the new Near Field Communications technology.
Samsung has disabled an advanced search feature on its Galaxy S3 smartphone in order to avoid infringing a search patent owned by Apple.
The Ouya $99 Android-based console will be as small as a Rubik's Cube, according to the renowned designer Yves Béhar.
Mojang, creators of the indie hit Minecraft have been sued by a patent troll over a software patent that has been held for 7 years.
Google has updated maps of a number of countries in Europe, Africa and Asia, making them more detailed and accurate.
Motorola Mobility is to avoid a US ban on the sale of its smartphones by altering them or signing a licensing deal so that they no longer infringe one of Microsoft's patents.
A new survey has shown that most people planning on purchasing a new smartphone are likely to purchase an Apple iPhone… as long as they already own an iPhone.
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.