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.
What Android-related announcement were you most excited about in 2014? What had you most disappointed? Be sure to participate in our poll and let us know what you think.
As 2014 draws to a close we take a look back at the year that was for Android. What was the important news, what were the big releases, what surprised, disappointed, or delighted us?
Did you or a loved one get a brand new Android smartphone? If so, they should have some great Android apps for it and that’s what they’ll find in this list.
From Froyo and Gingerbread to Lollipop, Android has undergone some significant changes in the past two years. We examine how the ecosystem has changed.
If you’re thinking about ditching your Android for an iPhone, you need to stop, take a breath, and think about what you’re throwing away. There are some special things about Android that you’re going to miss once they’re gone.
Due to unnamed software changes, HTC must wait for Google to approve the newest build before Lollipop can roll out to its One M8 GPe. Weekend = bad start.
Alas it’s true. Nokia’s CEO has put an end to the infinite rumors of the company’s return to phones: simply put, it’s not going to happen. Alas…
A quick look at the major accomplishment Google has achieved with Android, from a naming perspective, complete with a sweet visual.