Yesterday’s keynote was clearly different from what we saw last year, focusing less on hardware and more on developers. How do the two keynotes compare? What did this year’s keynote say about Google’s future plans?
Google did not unveil any new Nexus hardware (new Nexus 7, Nexus 4, X Phone or smartwatch) or an Android OS update (Android 4.3) at Google I/O. Are you disappointed?
Google announced a new version of the Samsung Galaxy S4, one that’ll run a “pure” version of the Android operating system. But was it really necessary to come up with and release an entirely new version of it instead of announcing the highly-awaited Nexus 5?
Blackberry Messenger will be making its way to Android this summer, but isn’t it a little too late to bring this aging app to a platform with plenty of decent alternatives?
Samsung plans to invest over $150 million in software in its native Korea. But what could be the reasons behind the move?
Intel has been struggling in the mobile market for a while, so what can it do get on top of ARM? Can Silvermont change the company’s fortunes?
The white Nexus 4 has been spotted at Qualcomm’s booth at The Mobile Show in Dubai, and better quality pictures are available. Check out the gallery!
With Google I/O starting tomorrow, and rumors of a second edition of the 7-inch tablet at full strength, we take a look at the impact the first-gen Google Nexus 7 had on the Android world.
The Nexus 7 and the Kindle Fire have both accelerated the growth of 7-inch tablets, with many manufacturers jumping in on the act. But is the success of 7-inch tablets a threat to their 10-inch brothers?
Check out these interesting fan-made concepts for the LG Nexus 5, Asus Nexus 8 and Samsung Nexus 11 complete with proposed hardware specs!