Taking on Apple and Microsoft in devices as well as software.
It sure doesn’t look like a Nexus 6.
It’s time to say goodbye to the best Nexus phone ever made.
That’s right: all ten of you!
Better brush up on your pronunciation.
The changes are more than skin deep.
Roll up those sleeves, Android app makers.
Google’s ecosystem continues to mature.
Prepare to meet Shamu, by Motorola.
Google Glass and these nine other areas got the cold shoulder at the company’s I/O keynote.
Despite Apple’s record-breaking quarter, Samsung is still far and away the leader in global smartphone shipments.
So long as you don’t want to use it on Verizon’s U.S. network, that is.
Google is set to announce Android Jelly Bean 4.3 today as well.
After a whole lot of quiet, it seems that Android progress is on the way.
Google announced a ton of stuff at its I/O developers conference Wednesday morning. But a few key things were conspicuously missing.
Check out ReadWrite’s full coverage of the Google I/O 2013 keynote.
As our computers get more portable, they’re also getting much harder to expand, repair and tinker with.
The latest numbers from IDC make clear an inexorable trend away from PCs and toward tablets.
Amazon taking a year to release a decent cloud-based photo app had sent me right into the arms of a Nexus 7.
Users keep waiting for the new Android flagship smartphone, while Google and LG deflect the blame.