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The South Korean company is struggling in its strategy to fend off Chinese mobile brands
The gains came at the expense of Android.
Demand for phones from OnePlus have outstripped the company's expectations
Android Lollipop has had a bumpy rollout, but Google's slowly smoothing things out.
2014 was a heck of a year for the Android operating system. From the release of Lollipop to executive shakeups, we recount some of the year's biggest stories.
Rockstar has agreed to sell 4,000 patents to RPX for licensing to tech companies
A tech company as big as Google is bound to do some amazing things every year, but it's also not immune to failure. Let's look back at where the search giant went right and wrong in 2014.
The Android One low-cost phone was first introduced in India
Google's upcoming Android M could include the ability to make Android Auto the core of a car's infotainment system, but the reality faces many obstacles.
Think of the Lollipop rumors as a wish list of sorts—almost as if Android users are begging Google to fix what's wrong with Android 5.0.
The new iPhones should have had a better front camera and the Moto G should have had LTE, among other disappointments
A study found that one out of three apps access location, while two out of three track users' identities.
A patent dispute has forced Xiaomi to stop its smartphone sales in India
Flickering LEDs can send ID tag data to phones, triggering ads or other info, at relatively high speeds.
Xiaomi, which considers India an important market, seems ready to negotiate