Is putting social content on the homescreen more important than a page full of apps? Facebook thinks so.
$99 Android-powered PC for kids debuts on Kickstarter, complete with parental control app.
The concern regarding the future of the Android operating system versus Chrome has finally received some clarity from Google's Eric Schmidt.
Finally, Samsung's Galaxy S4 is here and it's more or less what you'd expect.
Give your fingers a rest: the Samsung Galaxy S IV will reportedly let you use your eyes to scroll up and down pages.
HTC's releasing a new Android smartphone next month called the "One" and it's one sexy piece of aluminum.
The next, next big thing from Samsung may be revealed next month.
It seems there's no rush to be an early adopter. Next year's Ouya will almost certainly be better and faster.
The Wikipad aims to satisfy gamers with a detachable shell that brings dual analogs a proper buttons to Android gaming, and an attractive new price.
For people who missed the Kickstarter campaign or people who still prefer buying things in real stores, the Ouya will be available this June.