At MWC 2016 Sony took the wraps off three of its latest Android smartphones, part of the Xperia "X" series phones: the X Performance, X, and XA.
Nextbit's crowdfunded Robin Android smartphone will go on sale this Thursday for $399, and we got a video tour of its hardware and software features from Nextbit's Eric Lin.
OnePlus proudly boasts that its latest smartphone is a "flagship killer." Does the OnePlus 2 have the arsenal to slay its competitors or is its metal chassis just filled with hot air?
Jide OS released the Remix OS 2.0 operating system for PCs and Macs, as was promised last week. The OS is still in alpha stage, so it may contain some bugs.
Jide Technology's Remix OS 2.0 is soon to be available for just about any PC or Mac supported by the Android-x86 project, thanks to the collaboration between the two teams.
Graphite Software, the maker of Secure Spaces for the Blackphone, announced the downloadable Secure Spaces ROM for Nexus 5.
Opera announced that it expects to have its data management app, Opera Max, installed on over 100 million devices by 2017, thanks to broad partnership with 14 OEMs.
Android's new chief, Hiroshi Lockheimer, said that Google is still committed to Chromebooks and Chrome OS, following the report that Chrome OS will be merged into Android by 2017.
HTC announced its latest flagship smartphone, the Snapdragon 617-powered HTC One A9. We went hands-on.