This is the year where cheap computers and pervasive networks manifest themselves in cheap smartphones sold across the world.
Despite its attempts to kill it with KitKat, Android 2.3 Gingerbread remains the cockroach of the Android operating system.
A recent change to the Android Open Source Project log shows root developers are going to have to deal with increased security.
Deeplinking in Android will be very important for developers, advertisers and marketers.
Wearables! Smart Bluetooth! Giant smartphone cameras! OS betas—and subsequent confusion—for the masses!
The concept of “vanilla” Android may be dead as the Nexus 5 shows off Google’s own flavor of the operating system.
Google considers its new runtime for Android as Dalvik 2.0.
A new runtime in Android may soon replace Dalvik.
There are lots of new features in the latest version of Android for developers to learn and users to explore.
The Eye of Google can now see into the contents of apps, allowing it to display “view in app” buttons in search results.
Google is taking a big step in ending Android fragmentation.
A leaner, meaner version of Android wants to bring Google’s integrated search-and-control to the masses.
So long as you don’t want to use it on Verizon’s U.S. network, that is.
Mobile security firm Bitdefender has some ideas for Google to improve security in the next version of Android.
As the rumor mill for the next version of Android ramps up, we can make some logical conclusions of what it will include.