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.
Samsung is refusing to pay Microsoft royalty feels for Android due to Microsoft’s purchase of Nokia. Samsung argues that this has made Microsoft a direct competitor, and nullifies the original cross licensing deal reached in 2011.
For this week’s Friday Debate we discuss what Android OEMs could be doing better, both as a whole and individually.
Google has published a guide for iPhone users who want to migrate over to Android. The new guide covers transferring your photos, music, and contacts.
Android is no longer just an operating system for smartphones and tablets, it can be found in your TV, in your car, on single board computers and in robots.
Google has now formally unveiled its Android Lollipop statue to the world.
In preparation for the upcoming Android L release, Google has added NDK revision 10b, with a 64-bit Android L developer preview emulator for easier 64-bit optimization app testing.
Android is by far the most popular mobile platform in the world so everything should be rosy right? We take a look at the growth of China and India, the profitability of the OEMs, and the threats to Google’s dominance.
A new report from The Information details some of the recent changes that OEMs must agree to in order to get Google Play and other Google services on their Android devices.