In some respects, Samsung may be bigger than Android, and is often a “go to” handset for many consumers. Samsung, however, is increasingly becoming less an ally of Android and more a potential foe.
The Chromebook has been discussed quite a bit lately. With leaked videos, Android mentioned in the code, and a website domain reserved it looks like we’ll see something amazing at Google I/O this Spring. Even with all that speculation, is Chromebook ever going to be viable? Are you ever going to consider a Chromebook like you consider your current computer, a standalone platform?
A new report indicates that the future Motorola/Google X Phone will be a “real breaktrhough,” “a game changer” ready to compete against the Samsung Galaxy and the Apple iPhone.
A new report says that Google may generate $5 billion in revenue this year from Google Search and mobile ads on tablets only.
As our friendly neighborhood search giant extends its tentacles, drawing together more and more useful functionality, you may well wonder if you can manage without Google. Would a lack of support for Google services be enough to turn you off a mobile platform?
As the PC market continues its decline, Intel needs as many smartphone design wins as possible. To achieve mobile success, the Santa Clara-based company has been buying wireless patents, while also beefing up investment in fabrication.
Farewell M7, hello HTC One? HTC has a problem with creating and maintaining a well-defined brand image.
Should LG and Google pop the champagne? According to an unofficial tally, the two companies should soon celebrate the sale of the millionth Nexus 4. But is this a performance to be proud of? Or should they better keep it to themselves?
We explore the similarities between Android and Windows, and wonder if that as Windows drifts ever closer to mobile, whether Android could take its place?
A new report reveals that search interest for “Galaxy” is reaching the same levels as interest for “Android.” Will it be a problem for Google in the future?