Scoble’s opinion on Microsoft’s mobile platform is firm and sound: he believes the company should ditch Windows Phone all together.
Console OS is a new Android 4.4-based fork designed for making Android a better experience on the desktop, while also making it possible to switch back and forth between Windows and Android in as little as 10 seconds.
With the release of some smartphone OS market share numbers to the end of March this year, Android is up more than 8 percentage points from 2013 in the US. This brings Android to almost 60% US market share.
According to a new report, Microsoft is allegedly in the “early stages” of planning a possible move that will bring Android app support to Windows and Windows Phone.
According to the latest market data, Samsung Electronics is quickly catching up with Apple Inc in the global tablet market, and has already overtaken its rival in emerging regions.
Research firm Gartner says there will be over 1.1 billion Android devices shipped this year, of the total 2.5 billion of combined phones, PCs, tablets and ultramobiles.
Intel is said to be working with some PC makers to put Android apps in virtual machines that would run on regular Windows touch-enabled devices.
MEGA, the security- and encryption- focused creation of infamous internet millionaire Kim Dotcom, is taking a step towards legitimacy with the launch of an official application for Android.
Evidence suggests that Google is preparing to launch a new update involving Google Now, which could be added to Chrome on the desktop very soon.
In this week’s Friday Debate, we discuss the potential of Android as a PC operating system. Could Android ever take the place of Windows, OSX, or Linux? Should Google even try to turn Android into an universal OS? Join our discussion.