Late in November Intel announced a partnership with HP that would bring a $99 Android tablet to Walmart stores, making HP the latest in a long line of companies to produce cheap Android tablets. Read on for more!
What happened over the last year in the world of mobile technology that you are thankful for? What are the big changes (or the small ones) that made your life better?
A new Reuters report says that Samsung will spend $14 billion on ads and marketing for Galaxy mobile devices and other products it sells to consumers.
Feel like you’re paying way too much for cellular access? If you are currently locked into a contract postpaid plan, that’s probably because you are.
In this edition of the Friday Debate, we discuss one of the core strengths of Android – the ability to customize the appearance of the operating system in just about any way you like. From widgets and live wallpapers, to icon packs, and custom launchers, it’s easy to give your Android device a full makeover. And even if you prefer the appearance of stock Android or an OEM layout, you can still add a few touches to make it truly your own.
Can Motorola Mobility become a major player in mobile once more? Join us as we explore Motorola’s proud history, examine its struggles, and discuss the potential of the Moto X and G under Google’s guidance.
According to a new Consumer Reports survey, Sprint now ranks the lowest in overall customer satisfaction when compared to any U.S. carrier. Meanwhile, prepaid services continue to score better results than the big four U.S. providers.
This week Google has announced that it is extending this new Patch Reward Program to cover other open source projects including Android! Patches need to be submitted directly to the AOSP and if Google reckons the patch has a positive impact on security then the developer will get a reward ranging from $500 to $3,133.7.
You’ll find all kinds of half-truths and flat-out lies being circulated online about the world of tech and beyond, but these are our top five Android myths.
At the heart of every smartphone there is a baseband processor which contains a general purpose ARM processor and runs its own operating system. These operating systems are closed source and vulnerable to hackers.