Android 4.1 Jelly Bean further fragments the OS as many handsets wait to update to Android 4.0. CNET weighs in on how far the Android OS has come and where it's going.
Three years ago, the Android OS was just a buzzword. But quite a few handsets later, it's a powerful force. CNET takes a look back at all the Android goodness that has come.
Android 3.0 will make a big splash in January if a report from Taiwan is to believed. The report claims that HTC, Samsung and Motorola, among others, will be ready to show off new Gingerbread tablets in the new year.
We try to answer the question, should you buy the Nexus S, take a detailed look at Gingerbread, and the best Android Tablet yet. All that and more on this week's edition of Android Atlas Weekly for Thursday, December 9th, 2010. Join Justin Eckhouse along side guest host, CNET Associate Editor, Antuan Goodwin.
Panasonic will launch 10-inch, 7-inch and 4-inch Viera tablets running Android this year. Did that just make you say, "WTF?" Us too -- read on to see why it might not be a bad idea.
The ZTE Lite LTE is a tablet PC equipped for 4G that's launching at CES in Las Vegas.
Roll up, tablet fans. Google's just released some tantalising information about Android 3.0 Honeycomb -- the operating system designed specifically to power the next wave of tablets.
MSI, Taiwanese purveyor of reasonably priced gaming laptops, has applied its legendary tin ear for naming conventions and come up with the MSI WindPad *parp*. Excuse us.
The onsumer electronics company is unveiling a new 10-inch tablet and two 7-inch tablets, one with an integrated wireless digital pen.
The next version of Google's mobile OS, teased in a now-hidden video, is "built entirely for tablets." It comes with a passel of revamped applications.