Are you stuck on an old device with no means of getting Ice-cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean, but want to see what Google Now offers? Well, now you can via Google Talk on any Android device.
...of Windows wonders, Spartan's Edge, Apple Watch woes and Grooveshark's fin
Hands on with LG's new flagship phone, the G4
Review of Zen Studios' Avengers: Age of Ultron pinball
Xiaomi Piston 3.0: Unbelievable sound at an unbeatable price
Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10074 rolls out
A few Galaxy S II Plus images had leaked previously, but now we've found ourselves with much more than just images of the device, as specs for the device have been leaked via a benchmarking website.
Google has just hit the 500 million mark for the number of Android activations that have occurred since the OS launched on smartphones on 2007. The userbase will only continue increasing at this rate.
Google has just replaced its Jelly Bean statue which overheated and melted earlier this summer. The new revamped statue is melt resistant and is built to last this time round.
We may have reviewed Ice-cream Sandwich and Jelly bean in the past, but maybe it's time for a better, faster and much more customizable experience than any OEM ROM available for Android can provide?
Press shots and information about Sony's new Xperia-branded Android tablet have been outed by an XDA developer member. The tablet is likely one of the big devices to be showcased at IFA 2012.
Android 4.1 has been officially available for about a week for the Galaxy Nexus with other updates being built from source, so we thought it was about time "Jelly Bean" got the review treatment.
Two weeks have now passed since Google announced Google Now for Android 4.1 (Jellybean), and now, Android Police has documented 60+ voice commands for the service which show-off the app's features.
Google chrome for Android has now left its beta phase and is now currently available for all current Android 4.0 (Ice-cream Sandwich). This new update focuses on improving stability and much more.
Google's I/O conference so the company has released a new I/O on Google Play and is optimized to work phones and tablets alike. The application will support Froyo devices onwards.
The Huawei Honour has now officially launched in the UK and is available for purchase from various retailers with more stores expected to embrace the Android smartphone on its shelves very soon.
When we started covering new Huawei devices, we had no idea of how much the product quality had been increased. The MediaPad 10 could be the most powerful and fastest tablet we've seen to-date.