There’s a long list of gadgets and technologies that you simply no longer need if you have an Android smartphone. We take a look at ten that have already been rendered obsolete and discuss what’s next.
Data collected by Kantar Worldpanel reveals that global Android smartphone sales continue to grow, whileiPhone sales fall in China and the US.
Google has released their most recent Android Distribution numbers, KitKat sees a healthy jump, Jellybean and others are down. Did Android L make the cut?
During the Google I/O keynote it was revealed that Google intends to bring select Android apps to Chrome OS. Now Google is conducting a survey of sorts asking what apps you’d like to see make the jump.
Google I/O’s keynote is in full swing, and as expected, one of the first things that Sundar Pichai talked about was the number of Android activations and other related stats.
The misconception that Apple’s products are somehow more secure has carried from Macbooks to iPhones. Is this really the case? Reports prove the opposite.
According to two recent merges to the AOSP master branch, 64-bit Android API levels will be renamed to non-numeric characters, starting with Android “L”.
Google has just pushed changes to the master branch of AOSP that remove the aging Dalvik virtual machine and replace it with ART.
Boom Beach is one of the funnest strategy war games available for Android, and now it’s at everyone’s reach. It is all but guaranteed to be a hit!
Thanks to the Chinese government, we now have a list of patents that Microsoft uses against Android to collect royalties. There are at least 127 that MS claims Android violates.