Remember when $199 was the sweet spot for smartphones on a two-year contract?
Motorola has confirmed the arrival of its new Xyboard Android tablet on Vertizon Wireless this month.
Carriers and manufacturers are denying the use of Carrier IQ left and right. Meanwhile, the company is facing two class-action lawsuits and investigations from international groups.
Researchers at North Carolina State University (NCSU) have published a paper which details differences in Android security across eight models.
IP company LVL Patent Group has filed nine patent infringement suits against a total of 120 defendants primarily in the wireless and communications industry.
The iPhone 5 may or may not be coming out in 2011. Assuming it does, there will be plenty of Android-based competition to deal with.
Check out Motorola's latest smartphone, the ATRIX, which packs Tegra 2 and has two separate docking options.
AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega scored gave of the coveted keynote speeches for CES 2011’s press day and used the time to detail the company’s plans for its upcoming 4G LTE network.
The Parents Television Council may force Google to censor the Android Market, or install some type of parental controls.