Where have all the 8GB Nexus 7s gone?
Samsung has informed Judge Koh that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has deemed Apple's "rubber-banding" patent invalid in a non-final Office action.
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Looks like Amazon is retiring the much-loved Kindle Touch e-reader.
Qualcomm is working with Project Ray, a company that develops accessibility solutions for blind and visually impaired.
Get your Android game on now with the new MOGA Mobile Gaming System.
An insider close to next week's Google event has spilled all the jelly beans.
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Retailers say the device will ship the second week of November.
Android on course to help Google generate $8 billion this year.
Here's a way to control your smartphone without having to take it out of your pocket or purse.
Here's a really portable keyboard that could literally fit in your pocket.
The 32 GB version of Google's Nexus 7 has been spotted in Sam's Club and Staples.
Android device owners can now download and install apps from Firefox Marketplace thanks to the latest build of Firefox Aurora. Eat that, Google.
New model will feature GSM and WCDMA connectivity.
What could it be?
Galaxy S III users in the United Kingdom are in for some Jelly Bean action in the coming weeks.
Contains a Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor and 1GB of system memory, as well as running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Media event tipped to announce search engine giant and LG's next Nexus smartphone, as well as new models for its flagship Nexus 7 tablet.
Decision to release budget-priced tablet makes sense to provide competition for iPad Mini.
Device will compete against the likes of iPad Mini (rumored price of $250 to $300), and Google's Nexus 7 tablet ($250).
Total pixel resolution of 1,920 x 1,080, as well as 440ppi pixel density.
Patent spending stemming from the smartphone industry exceeded $20 billion last year.
The Pure Google Android tablet finding many homes in the UK.
The FTC may push forward with an antitrust case against Google based on complaints that it tampers with search results to lower competitor rankings.
The FBI is warning Android device owners about Loozfon and FinFisher.