We put six Android phones through our suite of benchmark tests to see which ones had the best CPU, graphics, and browser performance.
Not much has changed with the Galaxy Note for T-Mobile, but it ships with Ice Cream Sandwich and is slightly less expensive than the AT&T version.
The BSquare-made tablet serves as a Mobile Development Platform for Qualcomm's new quad-core processor.
Considering this phone's big, bright display and fast processor, it is hard to believe that the Motorola Atrix HD is only $100.
T-Mobile's latest myTouch phones are inexpensive, but don't have the most cutting-edge specs.
The Jitterbug Plus has a slimmer, sleeker design and built-in photo-sharing capabilities.
Editing documents in Google Docs no longer requires an Internet connection. Here’s how to get up and running in offline mode.
The Android Developer Sandbox is the place to be if you want to see the hottest Android-based projects. Here's what we liked.
Android Jelly Bean isn’t a major upgrade, but the new Search capabilities show that Google is truly the search king.
The new dual-core chipset supports high-resolution displays, 1080p video playback, and 8-megapixel cameras.
This is perhaps the best-looking Start Screen across all smartphone platforms.
Despite some gimmicky features, the Galaxy S III is a well-designed, high-performance smartphone.
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