Celebrating 10 years of iPhone: Apple's smartphone had a bumpy first year but evolved well since then
More than 2 billion people now have smartphones, according to data from eMarketer, and Fadell, who has worked for both Apple and Alphabet, sees that as the hallmark of success.
Google's Fuchsia OS is open-source and can run on everything from routers to PCs, but what's it for?
Google has lifted the veil on a new operating system that they’ve been working on and they’ve called it Fuschia. What is Fuschia? Nobody really knows. Neither, it seems, does Google.
Citing sources close to the matter, the report adds that Systems and QA teams in Palo Alto and Seattle have been asked to leave, along with employees n smaller offices in Lisbon and India.
Google has a name for Android and it's... Nougat! Well, yes that's the name!
Well, this time was no different, except that the company was open to suggessions. The name is , no its not Nutella or Nankatai, it is 'Nougat'. We didn't see a lot of applause coming in for that, now.
Among the many new features that were announced with MIUI 8, Xiaomi also seems to be adding split-screen multitasking to the same ROM.
In a move to take on Apple's dominance in the high-end smartphone market, search engine giant Google may release its own handset by the end of this year
Alphabet Inc's Google has not yet approached Russia's competition watchdog FAS about a settlement of the case in which a breach of antitrust laws was found
The US is looking into whether free Android mobile software is giving an unfair advantage to other Google offerings such as its search engine, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Oracle Corp and Alphabet's Google unit failed to settle a long running copyright lawsuit over the Android operating system ahead of a retrial scheduled for May, according to a court docket.
Russian manufacturer Yota, well known for its Yotaphone dual screen phones, has announced that its next devices will no longer operate using Android but Sailfish, an alternative developed by former Nokia engineers at Jolla.
Yes, Google has disclosed the schedule for its I/O event to be held later this month and seems like Android M will be at the show.
Looks like Google is shifting focus to those low-end power devices such as smart light bulbs or security cameras which come with as little as 64MB or 32MB worth of RAM.
Google I/O is going live next week but the rumours keep pouring in. Now, a new report suggests that the upcoming OS, dubbed Android M might include a native fingerprint authentication.
A minor revolution in the apps world, Google's new ARC Welder software allows users to run Android mobile apps through the Chrome browser on any operating system: Windows, Mac OS, Linux, or of course Chrome OS.
Internet giant Google is making a version of its Android operating system to power virtual reality apps, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Russia's search engine provider Yandex asked local antitrust authorities Wednesday to investigate Google for unfairly preventing the installation of competing companies' services on its mobile devices.
What major changes can we expect in the next version of Android, which could be announced at Google I/O tomorrow? We take a punt.