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Gartner projects Windows XP upgrades will stop the PC market bleeding next year.
Airlines have seen almost no increase in the use of smartphones, tablets, and laptops among passengers since the Federal Aviation Administration ruled in October that they are now allowed to do so during takeoff and landing. But that's likely to change over time.
Video, music and books are still important, but partnerships are the way forward for Samsung
The company's second quarter net profit was up 80.8 percent
New APIs make it easier it to communicate with apps running on Android-based wearables.
In Episode 7 of his weekly video show, Jon Phillips sets his crosshairs directly on Android Wear, Google's new OS designed just for wrist wearables.
The company shipped nearly four times as many smartphones in the first half as it did a year earlier.
The S5 mini also has the heart-rate monitor and waterproofing of its larger brother
Google, Microsoft and Mozilla have all partnered with local vendors
The company aims for a prettier and more consistent look for software with Android L
The new Selfmite Android malware spreads by sending text messages with a malicious link to the device owner's contacts
Google has begun rolling out the first builds of 'Android L,' the next iteration of Android. We rounded up the 12 features we loved—and disliked—that will affect your potential for productivity.
A new beta version is now available for download
Google I/O is a State of the Google address on all things Googly—and this is how you can interpret what went down.
The first 64-bit tablets and smartphones with Android L could arrive as early as October.
Google failed to mention some of its most famous (or infamous) products, or how they fit into the bigger picture. And that could be saying something.