Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) has launched Playbook for Developers, a mobile app that provides developers with tips to help them grow their businesses on Google Play.
Google is planning to launch its own phone later this year in an effort to take more control of its Android platform, The Telegraph reported this morning.
Huawei is developing its own mobile operating system as a "contingency measure" in case Google gets too heavy-handed with its own Android platform, according to a new report from The Information.
Mobile developer Nick Lee appears to have cracked the code for bringing Android to the Apple iPhone, and devs around the industry are intrigued.
Facebook launched support for SMS within Messenger for Android, enabling users to send and receive traditional text messages without switching out of the app.
AT&T today launched Wi-Fi calling on the LG G4, marking the first time its Android customers will be able to access the feature. The offering will be extended to other Android devices "soon," AT&T said.
Protecting its customers' privacy is clearly a matter of principle for Apple, but it's increasingly becoming a marketing strategy as well. And privacy has become a crucial battleground in its ongoing fight against Google for mobile users.
Tesco Mobile launched a new service in the UK this week that promises to reduce users' mobile phone bills in exchange for viewing different types of content, promotional offers and advertisements when they first unlock their Android smartphones.
Latest forecasts from IDC paint an increasingly gloomy picture for small- and large-screen mobile devices after the research company revised downwards its smartphone growth forecast for 2016 and predicted a second year of decline for tablets.
IDC predicted worldwide smartphone shipments will grow at a sluggish 3.1 percent clip in 2016, revising a previous forecast that had pegged the market to grow at 5.7 percent this year.