Don't-Miss Android Stories
A study from Appthority of security and risky behavior in mobile apps yields some concerning results.
Cables? We don't need no stinkin' cables!
After countless rumors, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Nokia Android phone is really happening.
Samsung isn't shying away from the high end of the tablet market. Its Pro tablets start at $400 and the company is taking preorders now.
The rumored 'Normandy' Android phone could be "training wheels" for a Windows Phone, with Android apps and cloud services to help lure in users.
Dell's pocket PC is powered by Android, but plays nice with desktop virtualization services from Citrix, Microsoft, and VMWare.
Plenty of changes up on the horizon...
But Apple still lingers, lawyers at hand.
Researchers from Symantec found a Windows Trojan program that uses ADBto install online banking malware on Android devices
A jury found Google guilty of infringing but could not agree on damages, which will be determined in a second jury trial
Developers can now test a preview of the Java-based Drive Android API.
Code for an unannounced Android Fitness API suggests that Google is looking to jump on the activity-tracking trend sweeping tech.
Looking at the latest leaked interface mockups of Nokia's rumored device, you can't even tell that it's not a Windows Phone.
The Blackphone, from Geeksphone and Silent Circle, is designed specifically to protect your privacy.
A new SDK lets Android developers easily accept Bitcoin payments in their apps