The latest flavor of Google's mobile software is finally squeezing its way into more devices.
Speaking at a conference in San Francisco, the social-networking giant's CEO says VR will eventually become a normal part of life, in the same way mobile devices have.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sees Oculus as part of his plans to "connect" more people throughout the world.
Microsoft isn't going to make its self-imposed deadline of having Windows 10 installed on 1 billion devices by mid-2018, company officials concede.
The payment service will soon be added to websites so people can use their Apple account to purchase things across the internet.
Forget the outlet malls -- your next big purchase could be hiding in the virtual world. Just put on your "shoptacles" headset and start buying.
But Lollipop remains the most favored flavor. It's on nearly five times as many gadgets as the newer Marshmallow.
Microsoft's current version of Windows barely moved up the charts last month, according to Web tracker Net Market Share. Will this summer's update stir up demand?
Hiroshi Lockheimer, the chief of Google's mobile software, must both fend off Apple and fight Android "fragmentation." His modus operandi: Lighten up, everyone.
The uptake of Apple's latest mobile operating system gets a boost following the release of version 9.1.