Google has announced the February Security Patch Level OTA update for supported devices, the update contains a fix for a "Remote Execution" vulnerability, as well as bunch of others.
Google has started pushing the latest security updates for its Android operating system. A large number of fixes are in tow, and luckily, some third party manufacturers are already on board.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has partnered with Google to rebuild its Uconnect system over Android, in an attempt to harness the platform's ecosystem as an infotainment system for its vehicles.
Copperhead, F-Droid & Guardian Project have formed a partnership to develop a mobile ecosystem that is open source and secure. A planned crowdfunder will help them make for-consumer devices.
Android developers have acknowledged an issue with the latest 5.0.1 Lollipop update which is causing the operating system to consume a lot of RAM and resulting in slow execution of apps.
Nokia's very first Android-based smartphone has landed in stores, and here's an in-depth review about its performance, usability and all the blasphemous things Nokia did by cheating on Windows Phone.
Nokia has just announced a brand new line of phones, the Nokia X, based on the Android Open Source Project. We answer some of the biggest questions in regards to this surprising move.
Jelly bean has now been out for almost 4 months, and whilst it has provided the best Android experience yet, bug fixes must be made and features must be incorporated, which is why it has been revised.
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?
Google's technical lead at AOSP (the Android Open Source Project) added a git project for the Xperia S. If Google's experiment works out the Xperia S might soon basically be a Nexus!
The Android Jelly Bean source code has been released for developers along with proprietary binaries for Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus devices. Expect updates from developers soon.
In celebration of Verizons Droid X launch, Google has announced the immediate availability of the Android 2.2 (aka Froyo) source code. Since a few days after Googles I/O developers conference back in May, Nexus One...