Traditional laptops take a back seat.
Android 4.4 will not only be named KitKat, but will sport the Android mascot made out of KitKat bars.
An interesting wearable-tech startup is now part of Android, reports GigaOM.
Yes, you lose your headphone jack, but – BUT! – you gain an extra button to which you can assign a wonderful, whimsical array of functions.
It’s time to put HP’s SlateBook X2 to the test.
This trick comes straight from Google — there’s no need to install an app on your phone or tablet first.
Don’t lose all your points, levels and trophies.
Office 365 subscribers can now use Word, Excel and PowerPoint on their Android phones.
The upcoming Nexus 7 won’t match the iPad’s app selection, but there are signs of improvement.
Tech writers get lots of attention by writing about how they’re switching from the iPhone to Android
Windows Phone and BlackBerry may get the popular apps from the big developers, but these platforms suffer from a lack of long-tail apps — the driving strength for the appeal of iOS and Android.
The phone hasn’t really been announced yet, but the ads have begun.