Within the world of mobile, many still see Apple as the leading name; the iPhone remains a synonym for "cool" and new apps are typically developed for its operating system before any other (with some never appearing in Android-compatible form at all).
I'm perfectly happy to let Google (and a few select others) collect, collate and monetise my data in return for the outstanding services it delivers me at no financial cost. I don't find the benefits of Facebook sufficient to allow it the same courtesy and thus, thankfully, don't have to suffer the desperate status updates of people I haven't seen in 20 years.
Believe it or not but Sony is one of the few brands that has been investing in the smart watch for quite some time, in fact
Lower-than-expected sales of Samsung's Galaxy S5 and its mid-range smartphones are causing the company a world of trouble
Each day we are getting closer to realising the full potential of Android and all the limitless possibilities it has to enhance the quality of our lives. Let's start with the wonderful tablets being launched from all corners of the world...
The big news to emerge from the leak is that Nexus 5 has LTE 4G capability and an improved camera with its addition of OIS. The absence of these features on Nexus 4 held it back from being the ultimate Android phone available by a long shot.
The first leaks from Google's next major version of its Android OS have leaked - and like Apple, it looks like they're going
Amid the celebration of launching its new version of Android, Google might have accidentally revealed its next flagship phone
Google has announced that the next version of its popular mobile operating system will be named 'KitKat'. Continuing its
Google may not be ethically unblemished, but to condemn the search giant, one must also condemn 90% of big business. Which is fine. Feel free to do that. I myself am not so keen on corporate hegemony, but why single out Google, when it's one of very few companies committed to more than just maximising profit.