Google’s annual I/O conference is due to get underway tomorrow, with this year’s event set to be one of the biggest and best we’ve ever seen. Google TV, Android Jelly Bean, a Nexus Tablet and more…
Super search giant Google has inadvertently confirmed that its Android OS (4.1) update will be named ‘Jelly Bean’.
With sales struggling and job losses looming, Nokia is preparing to take on Android at the low-end of the market with some affordable Windows Phone handsets. But will it work?
The battle between Apple and Google has taken a turn into the realm of mobile payment systems with Apple unveiling Passbook for iOS 6. So how do the two systems compare?
Get ready for the football at Euro 2012 and support England, the Republic of Ireland or any other nation with your pals round using some of the best party technology available including a popcorn maker, mini TV, personal DAB radio or George Foreman grill.
Toshiba has officially launched the AT300 which comes packing a quad-core Tegra 3 processor and Android 4.0.
Sophisticated cybercriminals are capitalising on the growth of Android smartphones around the world to gain internet access and spread malicious software.
Google has conquered a number of markets in its lifetime., as now it appears that Google is planning to launch an online store, to sell tablets directly to customers. Here’s what you need to know about Google tablet store.
Blackberry had a very turbulent year last year, and few in the industry were surprised to hear the announcement today.
Another image claiming to be the Samsung Galaxy S3 has appeared online, with striking similarities to the press image leak we saw a few days ago.