The latest reports about the Nexus One complicate the Android buying process.
AdMob has released its latest metrics report, revealing impressive global growth of the iPhone, as well as the immediate impact of new Android devices in its November 2009 AdMob Mobile Metrics Report.
A Google company blog post over the weekend raised questions as to whether a new phone being tested by Google employees is just a way for employees to improve upon the Android operating system or is an actual prototype that will be released in 2010.
Android developers received some good news last week, when T-Mobile USA said it will begin offering carrier-based billing for postpaid customers with devices running Android 1.6.
Google employees test new phone, said to be "the Google phone."
If you’re in the market for an Android phone, today’s buzz about a Google phone – for real – just put another wrench into the decision making process. By a “Google phone,” I mean one that is much more closely
Is Google getting ready to launch its own branded Android phone?
Verizon Wireless and Best Buy have slashed prices on netbooks, MiFi devices and smartphones in the hopes of luring customers into stores for Black Friday.
Google is expanding its free Google Maps Navigation to more Android devices, including those running Android 1.6 (Donut) and higher...
T-Mobile USA today said it will launch yet another Android-powered smartphone. The Samsung Behold II will be available beginning Nov. 18.
Following on the heels of its acquisition of AdMob yesterday, Google today announced that it will foot the bill for free Wi-Fi access in airports across the country.
It's official: Clearwire investors have agreed to pump an additional $1.564 billion into the mobile WiMAX provider.
Google Inc. is stepping up its push to sell advertising on cell phones, announcing a deal Monday to buy a mobile ad network, AdMob, for $750 million in stock.
Do not touch my Droid. That is the first order of business. And it’s not even really mine to begin with. It’s a loaner unit for demo and review purposes. I had been waiting for its arrival like a kid
Google yesterday submitted its response to the FCC's inquiry about Google Voice, saying it will now restrict calls to fewer than 100 specific phone numbers.
Google Voice has overcome two of its biggest obstacles to mass adoption: a way onto the iPhone, as well as a way for subscribers to use the service without changing their number.
The industry reacted with caution to the FCC’s unanimous vote to move forward with net neutrality regulation.
Several tech companies, including Google and Clearwire, were the targets of insider trading activity by Galleon Group, allege federal prosecutors.
AT&T is stepping up its battle with Google over the Google Voice app, filing a letter with the FCC yesterday accusing the Internet search giant of blocking calls to a convent of Benedictine nuns and a health clinic, among others.
Arthur Levinson announced yesterday that he was resigning from Google's board. Levinson was simultaneously acting as director on both Google and Apple's boards.
Verizon Wireless and Google today announced a partnership that they say "will leverage the Verizon Wireless network and the best of the Android open platform to deliver leading-edge mobile applications, services and devices."
AT&T and Google are at it again. On Friday, AT&T filed a letter with the FCC that alleges Google Voice is blocking outbound calls to rural areas with inflated access charges.
Google says Apple did, in fact, reject its Google Voice application for the iPhone.
Riding a wave of momentum, the folks over at Android decided to give the world even more to talk about with today's release of Donut...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Google gives away a lot of good stuff for free.