Admitting he can no longer actively improve Tweet Lanes, Chris Lacy has passed the future of the app to the Android community as an open source project.
You read the title right – Chrome OS has its roots in Mozilla Firefox, according to a recent blog post by former Google employee Jeff Nelson.
A new game is being planned to release on Android and one of its mastermind just happens to be Robert Bowling, a former Infinity Ward creative strategist.
Canonical marks February 21 as the day when its Touch Developer Preview of Ubuntu will be finally available to test on Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4 smartphones.
After months of tinkering in beta phase, SugarSync 2.0 is finally here to show off a major redesign befitting the modern style of the smartphone era.
After Microsoft recently criticized Gmail, a new privacy issue has surfaced all over the web: Google shares too much customer information to app developers.
Bump has announced on its blog that its Web version has been updated to be fully compatible with computers.
If there’s anything notable about Archos beyond its lineup of tablets with lukewarm reception, it’s the incredible video player the French company released for Android.
A patch that fixes a security hole has been included in Android 4.2.2 that causes AdBlock Plus to be practically ineffective.
Ubuntu Phone OS, a new challenger in the mobile ecosystem, won’t be coming anytime soon but its side panel feature can now be previewed via an Android app.