Though it hasn’t been as slippery as its little brother, the Nexus 10 has also been pretty difficult to score ever since its “launch”. But if LG can get on top of demand and handle N4 shipments decently for a change, why couldn’t Samsung do the same?
A mobile security firm says 620,000 Android smartphones from China are infected with the “Bill Shocker” malware that can potentially send spam SMS and steal personal data.
The Google Play Music app has just been updated by Google once again. The latest update for it rolled in today, and it is now on version 4.5.9.
It’s no secret that Google and Apple are dominating the mobile business right now and we have a new report that says the former will pass the latter by the end of 2013 when it comes to app revenue.
The Nexus 4 has been extremely tough to snag. The device just went back on sale in the Google Play Store yesterday. Reports say that today some people are already getting confirmation that their order has shipped.
If you’ve been waiting since the news earlier that the Nexus 4 is about to re-stock on the Google Play website then you’d best hurry on over there fast, as the Nexus 4 is now back in stock.
The world’s first hyperlocal “micro weather” forecasting app, called Nooly, has finally arrived for Android and iOS.
A new Triniti Interactive game titled Call of Mini: Brawlers lets players blast through hordes of zombies in a side-scroller. It’s a free download on Google Play.
Epic Citadel for Android, the Unreal Engine 3-powered tech demo app that’s set in the world of Infinity Blade, is now available for download through Google Play.
It’s time for Americans customers to celebrate, as the hottest Android device of the moment is again available in Google’s US store.