Today Google announced that it was not going to present at the annual JavaOne developer conference, as originally planned, due to the recent patent infringement suit filed against it by Java developer Oracle.
Project Ara, Google’s futuristic modular smartphone, is edging towards its pilot release, sometime in 2015. Talking at a Purdue University event, the head of the project explained how Google plans... to sell the modules making up Ara phones...
Huawei announced on Twitter that the Mate 7 hit an early milestone, roughly a month after it went on sale in China and other East Asian markets:
Amazon’s Fire TV streaming box is on sale in the UK. Granting access to services like Prime, Netflix, and Spotify in your living room at a cost of £79.
These new Google Now cards will help you stare at the Sun and remain alert to crime in your area. There is a solar eclipse later today and Google Now has some info for you.
Chromebook shipments increased by 67% during Q2 of 2014. It is projected that the number of units shipped in 2014 will be double that of 2013.
Google Hangouts v2.4 is now rolling out. The new version has a few improvements, including a small additional tie-in to your Google Voice account.
Samsung and Barnes & Noble have now introduced the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 10.1 as a follow-up to the 7-inch model.
HTC’s Eye Experience update is now making its way over to Verizon and T-Mobile One M8 handsets, alongside an update to Android 4.4.4.
Google has announced new updates to AppCompat and other libraries, which will give developers the tools needed to better bring Material Design elements to pre-Lollipop devices.
Humble Bundle has introduced a new Halloween-themed bundle exclusively for Android.
A newly leaked brochure details the LG F490L “Liger”, a handset with 5.9-inch display and reportedly an LG-made SOC.
From small microcontrollers to its multi-core 64-bit processors, ARM is responsible for the design and intellectual property in everything from white goods to server farms. The use of ARM based processors... in smartphones and tablets means that both Android and iOS users rely on these chips every day. Learn more about developing on ARM...