My Motorola Xyboard isn't the only Android device out there plagued with tardy updates.
Google's mobile OS has a pretty good handle on the small tablet market. Does Apple need to be there too?
Microsoft and Apple Stores cheek by jowl? The more the merrier for consumers, and better for Microsoft, which needs to demonstrate it has competitive offerings too.
Google's Android 4.0 is picking up steam but still pales next to mainstay Gingerbread.
The Motorola Xyboard experience just got a whole lot better with an Android 3.2.2 update. Perhaps Motorola shouldn't have released the Xyboard at all prior to 3.2.2.
Can Android tablets match the iPad in usability? Yes, if they apply an important lesson from Apple.
With the rise of HTML5 vying for video supremacy on the Web, workarounds for disabling Flash Player continue to pop up, allowing users to get a smoother, faster video-viewing experience online.
New jailbreak combines multiple exploits to allow loading of custom firmware packages onto any iDevice running iOS 4.1, makes apps for Apple TV 2 possible.
Apple releases a beta version of its upcoming iOS software, which brings folders and multitasking for iPad users. The software will be made available to the general public in November.
Google launches new voice control for Android. Apple breaks over-the-air Jailbreaking. Spock's coffin has us spinning in our graves. And also, Rafe needs a new TV. Yeah, it's kind of a slow news day.