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.
The Samsung ATIV Q is official, a dual-booting laptop convertible with Windows 8 notebook powers and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean tablet abilities. Read on for more details.
Viber has recently launched version 3.0 of its Android and iOS applications, promising a fresh user experience on Android and a new desktop client for cross-device messaging, calling and even video calls.
The rumours are flying around that Android is coming to the desktop OS party. We take a look at whether this is even possible. Read on to find out!
CWM founder Koush releases universal ADB driver specifically for Windows machines. This means users won’t have to install separate drivers for each device.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, JK Shin said the company shipped 50 million Galaxy S3 units already and revealed that a Tizen smartphone is going to be launched in Q3 2013.
Samsung has confirmed the Windows RT-powered ATIV Tab is not to be introduced in Germany and several other unnamed European countries.
Android dominates the smartphone market but there’s only so much of the market left for it to capture. To keep Android relevant OEMs must look at new uses.
We explore the similarities between Android and Windows, and wonder if that as Windows drifts ever closer to mobile, whether Android could take its place?
Sure, you can run Android apps on your Windows PC, in multiple ways. Some laptops are even going to ship with Android apps preinstalled. But what about the other way around? Not yet, but (hopefully) soon.