After the disappointing announcement of both the iPhone 5 and iOS 6, with the latter not having introduced anything new from the WWDC event in June, and after Microsoft's stumbles with Windows Phone 8, it's safe to say that Android will continue to dominate in both software and hardware this year, especially if there will (most likely) be another version of Android coming out this year.
Google reportedly forces Acer to cancel smartphone launch with Alibaba in China
Google’s “Don’t be evil” is weaker and weaker every time the search giant does something against its own motto. How many times did we see Google somehow managing to infringe on the customer’s privacy? How many times did we see Google investigated in various regions of the world including the U.S. and Europe for alleged actions that deserve being looked into? How many times did we see the company forced to pay a fine or settle a legal matter?
What impact, if any, will the iPhone 5 have on the Android ecosystem?
Yesterday Apple announced their sixth generation generation iPhone, the iPhone 5. It has a larger 4 inch screen, it has a new A6 chip, and it's the first iPhone to come with 4G LTE support. What should the Android world think about this new device? Most people's reactions will fit under one of three categories: apathy, optimism, and fear.
Google paid out $3500 to security researchers who helped make Chrome for Android safer
ZOMG! So like, has the iPhone 5 finally arrived!? Yawn. Forgive us for not sharing the seemingly blind enthusiasms that many are feeling, but it comes with the territory when you've been spoiled with such a diverse and impressive Android lineup this year. A 4-inch display? Welcome to 2010, Apple.
Is the iPhone 5 a Droid Razr HD Maxx killer? Come on in and witness the battle between the two phones.
Well Apple has announced the new iPhone 5. It pretty much conforms to the rumors that were flying around before the San Francisco event kicked off. It’s certainly an improvement on the iPhone 4S, but is it enough to tempt you away from Android? In a word – no!
With mobile malware threats on the rise, Verizon has responded by unveiling a new antivirus app for its line of Android phones, dubbed Verizon Mobile Security. Both free and paid versions of the app are available, depending on your security needs.