The tougher S4 is finally official.
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Toshiba is releasing three new Android tablets later this month, one of which will have Nvidia's Tegra 3 SoC and the other two sporting the new Tegra 4.
For now, Google is not accepting apps with facial recognition.
Asus is kicking off Computex week with a couple of new tablets.
There's already a dark side to Google Glass.
GamePop will cost more than OUYA.
SpeedUp is introducing a super-thin Android tablet next month during COMPUTEX.
It's the first locally manufactured smartphone, says Motorola.
A version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 will feature a "Clover Trail" Atom SoC.
An Acer AIO PC sporting Android and a Core i5 "Haswell" CPU has been spotted on multiple retailer websites.
The unlocked white Nexus 4 from LG is now on Google Play starting at $299.
Sundar Pichai talks Android during the D11 conference.
Nvidia's handheld Android console is almost here.
Italian Company 2045Tech has launched Floome, a highly accurate breathalyser for your smartphone that requires no batteries.
The Galaxy S4 has a new baby brother.
Looks like the 7-inch Wikipad Android gaming tablet is almost here.
The original Nexus 7 was just approved with Android 4.3 by the Bluetooth SIG.
HTC says 1 + 4.1 = 4.2.2, not 4.3.
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Despite the success of the Nexus 4, it seems Google and LG won't be collaborating on the next iteration of Nexus smartphone.
Apps pulled thanks to pesky internet vandals.
Phone will break cover later this week.
Samsung's got something in mind for next month.
Now you can browse and buy from your desktop.
The next-gen Nexus 7 won't be ready until July.