We’re expecting Android M to be unveiled at Google I/O in a week, but what new features will it deliver? We take a look at the possibilities, suggest a couple of things we’d like to see, and guess at the likely release date.
Join us as we present seven retro-inspired Android games that are sure to instill a stoic sense of nostalgia in anyone over the age of 25.
Is Google finally getting into an annual groove with regard to Android updates? Does it make a difference to OEMs, developers, and Android users? We take a look at the pros and cons.
Kantar has published its smartphone OS global market statistics and found that iOS has grown in several regions at the expense of Android. But just how how widespread is the rebellion?
The latest Android distribution numbers show Lollipop at nearly 10%, while Froyo nearly falls of the radar at .3%, and KitKat still leads the pack.
During the company’s Build 2015 developer conference, Microsoft announced that both Android and iOS applications will be able to run on the upcoming Windows 10 platform.
If you’d like to show your support for your favorite mobile OS, check out the Android Bot Collectible Bundle – currently 41% off in the AA Deals Store.
Is a new annual flagship smartphone worth your hard-earned money, or is a low-cost handset worth a second look?
Intel continues to slowly push forward its “Intel Reference Device for Android” program, promising super quick updates for devices based on Intel’s reference specs. But would you be willing to ditch a more traditional ARM-based tablet in favor of faster updates?
Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android, has just launched an incubator firm that will help provide financing and resources to tech hardware startups.