Despite having the biggest market share of global smartphone shipments, manufacturers building phones based on Android are fighting for scraps when it comes to profit. Why is this happening?
Google has launched their latest Android commercial, last time was cute animals, this time is high flying high-fives and some monstrously skillful fist bumps. “Be together. Not the same.”
Google’s Japanese team set up a mesmerizing rig comprising 300 Android phones and tablets, each with its own animated character, each singing their part in the ultimate Android chorus.
Like it or not, Microsoft receives a small cut for every Android device sold. Samsung attempted to dispute this patent royalty, and the two have now settled out of court for undisclosed terms.
Be together, not the same. That’s the motto Google picked up for Android, and it couldn’t be better. It even works in the animal world. Just try to watch this Android ad without cracking a smile. I dare you!
2014 was a huge and exciting year for Android apps and games. How exciting? We take a look at Android apps and how they did in the year 2014!
According to research firm Strategy Analytics, more than one billion Android phones shipped in 2014. Android handsets made up a massive 81% of the 1.3 billion smartphones sold worldwide.
We’re taking a look at the best unlocked Android smartphones on the market. We separate the devices into different categories for all different price points.
Google has just released this month’s Android platform distribution numbers. As KitKat continues to rise, Jelly Bean and the rest are falling. Also, Lollipop is still nowhere to be found.
Competition is supposed to drive innovation and quality up as it drives prices down, but that’s not always the case. Focusing on what rivals are doing and refusing to collaborate on standards is bad for consumers.