The Wall Street Journal says that Samsung will launch the rugged Galaxy S4 Active, the Galaxy S4 Mini and a new 8-inch Android tablet later this summer.
A developer revealed that rooting Google Glass is apparently “easy,” well ahead of the product’s commercial launch.
Commenting on Google Glass, Eric Schmidt said that talking to the product out loud can be “the weirdest thing” and that it can be “inappropriate” in certain situations.
Intel has confirmed those previously rumored Intel-based Android notebooks, revealing that the cheapest versions will retail for as low as $200.
“Switch to Windows Phone” is a new Android app made by Microsoft meant to help Android users switch to Windows Phone 8 easier, by matching their Android app collection or finding appropriate alternative WP8 apps.
A new patent awarded to Google describes a technology that would let the company create future Google Glass generations with a design more similar to regular glasses.
LG has confirmed that a smarpthone with flexible OLED display will be launched in Q4 2013, without specifying any other details about it.
The HTC One is facing more delays in Europe following a preliminary injunction against the product won by Nokia in The Netherlands.
A purported AnTuTu screenshot shows an over 15,000 score for a Google X Phone running Android 5.0.1 (which could be a Key Lime Pie version).
A Samsung exec has apparently said during the Dubai Galaxy S4 launch that a rugged version of the handset would be announced in the coming weeks.