Android Phone News
All this meant that iOS lost its top position to Android in terms of worldwide mobile web usage, which includes both tablets and smartphones.
A mobile operating system developed by Google. The Android operating system is primarily used in touchscreen mobile devices, such as cell phones and tablets.
Truecaller, which bills itself as the world’s largest verified mobile phone community, on Wednesday released the results of a new survey that helps shed light on how serious a problem phone scams are in the United States. According to the company’s findings, approximately 17.6 million Americans were scammed out of an estimated $8.6 billion in 2013 alone, with 7% of respondents having lost an …
You don't need an Android phone to run apps designed for the platform—with a few software downloads and a couple of tweaks, you can explore them on your PC.
Android Circuit: What Can The iPhone 6 Learn From Android, Samsung Calls Up Nokia To Fight Google, And Two More …
This week’s Android Circuit highlights a number of stories, including some 64-bit hardware from HTC, new smartwatches from Samsung and LG, Nokia's HERE Maps arrives on Android, why Tizen is not an option for Huawei, a plea to stop bloatware in Android devices, and what Android features would do well on the iPhone 6.
Windows Phone has been struggling to gain market share in the U.S., especially among high-end handset buyers. Now, those itching to give the mobile OS a try have another high-end hardware option: the HTC One.
Vortex VR, Inc., an emergent leader in virtual reality technology, today announced the launch of VRTX I, a lightweight VR Mobile phone case and Head Mounted Display device with a 100⁰ field of view, tailor-made for the new LG G3 Quad HD smartphone.
Guest Locker, the new Android mobile security app, protects personal and confidential information from guest users without them knowing they have limited access. (PRWeb August 28, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12126872.htm
Smartphone Outlook Remains Strong for 2014, Up 23.8%, Despite Slowing Growth in Mature Markets, According to IDC
According to a new mobile phone forecast from the International Data Corporation Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, more than 1.25 billion smartphones will be shipped worldwide in 2014, representing a 23.8% increase from the 1.01 billion units shipped in 2013.