Day 2 of Google I/O. What will Google announce at its morning keynote? What's left after the big announcements from Day 1?
Android Jelly Bean isn’t a major upgrade, but the new Search capabilities show that Google is truly the search king.
Will Google announce its own tablet this year? What surprises will the next version of Android bring? We'll deliver all the news from the Google I/O keynote presentation live.
The new dual-core chipset supports high-resolution displays, 1080p video playback, and 8-megapixel cameras.
Google's developer conference is happening this week in San Francisco and we'll be there to bring you the latest breaking news.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is worth buying if you're upgrading from the Galaxy S II or another older Android phone.
This is perhaps the best-looking Start Screen across all smartphone platforms.
Windows Phone 8 will support multi-core phones and NFC payments, use Nokia Maps, and share many traits with Windows 8. Join us for a play-by-play from Microsoft's keynote.
Despite some gimmicky features, the Galaxy S III is a well-designed, high-performance smartphone.
Microsoft's conference is for phone developers, not consumers, but it promises to give us the first look at Windows Phone 8, code-named Apollo. We'll be live at the keynote.
New maps, an improved browser, and a smarter Siri are just some of the improvements that Apple has announced for iOS 6. We look at how these new features stack up against Microsoft and Android's offerings.
Our in-house testing confirmed that the HTC EVO 4G LTE does, in fact, have some reception issues.
Neither carrier has announced an official ship date, but prices will start at $200 and AT&T says it will get an exclusive red version of the S III.
UPDATE: Samsung's Galaxy S III will become available on both networks starting June 21, with U.S. Cellular marketing the phone in July.