With a little elbow grease, you can turn any Android smartphone equipped with a camera into a cheap surveillance system.
The Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S3 is about to hit the last few handsets. This raises the question – when to expect Android 4.2?
HTC claims that one the most often touted advantages that Android has over other operating systems, widgets, are not actually used by the vast majority of users. Do you agree?
To show off Android gaming on the Tegra 4-equipped Project Shield, Nvidia demoed a complete port of a previously PS3-exclusive title, Burn Zombie Burn!
Hindi Input lets you type into English, using the standard Latin alphabet, and the app will automatically transliterate your words into Devanagari.
Google’s future tablets could “feel” how the user holds them, and move UI elements around so they become accessible with one hand.
Samsung wants to make the biggest possible splash with the Galaxy S4, and a public event in Times Square is likely to bring excellent exposure.
At MWC, Darcy got to talk with a spokesman for Mozilla Foundation, who was kind enough to give us a demo of Firefox OS running on a ZTE device.
Darcy and Josh spent some time with Kevin Bacon from Liquipel (insert joke here) and we got a nice demo of the waterproofing technology applied on a Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
In a note to clients concerning TSMC , JPMorgan Rick Hsu says that the he expects Samsung to offer at least two distinct versions of the Galaxy S4.