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Google’s Android operating system powers everything from Smartphones to Tablets to Netbooks. Tom’s Hardware is dedicated to getting all of the latest devices, testing them, and passing along our impressions to make you a more informed shopper.
Samsung may license RIM's BlackBerry 10 OS.
Internal testing on Galaxy S III Jelly Bean port completed, public version coming soon.
Look out Siri, here comes Nuance's Nina!
AT&T is launching shared data plans later this month.
HP's TouchPad gets a little taste of Jelly Bean.
Samsung today confirmed plans to launch a quad-core 10.1-inch Galaxy Note this month.
Security software company AVG recently released its second quarter threat report. Besides the usual updates on desktop-focused malware, rootkits and malicious websites, AVG has spent time on analyzing the...
TomTom announces a smartphone cradle with integrated noise and echo cancelling technology.
Archos plans to reveal its G10 xs Tablet in three weeks time.
Google's Nexus 7 Bringing $75M to Nvidia in 2H12 Alone
The second device to get Android 4.1 is a budget-friendly $125 tablet from India.
RIM considered Android before moving forward with BlackBerry 10.
Futuremark has announced 3DMark for Android, slated to arrive later this year with the help of Qualcomm, Intel and others.
Android 4.0 makes its way over to the Raspberry Pi.
Just a few weeks before Samsung's newest device makes its debut.
Google Wallet has moved beyond MasterCard. Now it just needs more supporting devices.
Nothing better than leaked information on an unannounced product to whet your appetite.
Google wants to spend more time working on the Nexus Q's features.
August brings new Nexus 7 accessories from Asus.
Final specs for the upcoming Wikipad are revealed.
Samsung's Galaxy Beam projector phone is headed for UK stores.
Crank that Angry Birds!
Googles’s first tablet impresses in a big way. Light, lean, and packed with Jelly Bean, the low-priced Nexus 7 hits the sweet spot and plays all the right notes. If the “perfect” tablet is what you seek,...
Apparently a big Samsung logo on the box isn't a clear enough indication.
A closed platform like iOS is the only way developers can make money on a mobile platform.
GameStop is investigating ways to sell used license keys to software like digital PC and console games.
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