According to a new report, Foxconn and Google are currently working together to improve factory automation. To further this effort, Google is reportedly creating a robotics OS for manufacturers.
Samsung is said to have created a service that collects data like the text you type and the apps you use and shares it with other applications.
The Nexus 7 LTE is finally making its way to Verizon’s network. The tablet will not only be sold directly by Verizon, they will also activate the tablet on their network for existing owners.
According to a new rumor, Google may soon force OEMs to ship new devices with relatively new versions of Android, at least if they want to officially run Google apps.
The Red Nexus 5 is now out of stock for both the 16GB and 32GB versions. It is currently unknown whether or not Google will be restocking the red model, or if this is it.
Rick Sherlund, an analyst with Nomura, has calculated that Microsoft makes around $5 for each Android unit sold, which netted the company $1.6 billion in 2013.
This week in your world of Android: the HTC M8 leaked, Samsung revealed the Galaxy S5 launch date, Google released the Chromecast SDK, details about the G2 Pro leaked, the red Nexus 5 launched, the rumored HTC Nexus made the rounds, and Google updated several of its top apps.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s must read Android.
According to a new report, it looks like the Nexus 7 2013 is on its way to Verizon’s network, perhaps as early as February 13th.
In this edition of the Friday Debate, we take a look to the other side of the fence towards Microsoft, the company that has put a Windows computer on every desk, but is now struggling to make Windows Phone worthy of its name. With Steve Ballmer out and Satya Nadella in, now it’s the best time for Microsoft to reinvent itself, or at least, to fix some of the problems that have turned it from mobile leader in mobile also-ran.
A recently published Google patent shows off a dual-screen e-ink device that is at least somewhat reminiscent of the canceled Microsoft Courier project.