An oft-stated reason some programmers give for plunging into the Android universe as opposed to Apple's IOS is the community. Now one group of coders has come up with something that proves the exactly how amazing Android can be in the right hands.
Third time's the charm, right? LG and Prada are once again riding into the sunset with a co-designed cellphone. It's the third LG Prada in the line and naturally, it's the beefiest one yet. If the devil wears Prada, I might just have two pointy red ears and a spade-shaped tail.
If you've been debating between Apple and Android for your next tablet purchase, perhaps you should take a tip from Pope Benedict. Shunning the normally favored iPad, The Holy Father decided to go with a Sony tablet running Android to switch on the Christmas lights in the Italian town of Gubbio.
I know I'm not the only person who knows of a handful or more silly Android names that are either too long are trying too hard to sound different. Yinzcam's humorous Android Phone Name Generator randomly churns out a ridiculous Android phone name based on all Android devices that have been announced.
Funny how Apple's rumored to be getting into the TV business and then almost overnight, Microsoft is rumored to be getting into the game and now Lenovo, a company that primarily makes computers is also entering the battle.
Droid fans, the Droid 4 is coming in a few days and it's everything the Droid 3 should have been, but wasn't.
Ready for today's craziest rumor? Yeah, if a bunch of hardware research analysts from Taiwan are to be believed, Amazon's stockpiling supplies to build a Kindle smartphone to either fight the almighty iPhone or make a killing on Android.
The iPhone 4S's Siri is a very intriguing piece of tech. Everybody wants in on it. But sadly, nobody but the iPhone 4S will have Siri's brains — until now. A group of mobile developers claim they've cracked the Siri protocol and figured out how to "use its recognition engine on any device."
At first glance this might look like one of those iPod Nano watches, but it's really a whole lot more. The I'm Watch from Italy actually packs a tiny version of Android 1.6, which allow it to be tethered to your full sized smartphone.
Launched last year to lukewarm reception, Google TV flopped hard because of a number of things — overpriced set top boxes and integrated HDTVs as well as a bare and hard to navigate interface. Say hello to Google TV again, because Google's giving it another whack with a new update.