The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
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Google's mobile OS remains firmly in first place in the US with a 51.5 percent market share, says ComScore, while Apple's iOS trails with 42.4 percent.
Between April and June, a whopping 255.3 million Android-based smartphones were shipped worldwide.
But Jelly Bean remains the most popular flavor as fragmentation continues to dog Google's Android mobile OS.
Prank tries to fool people into believing that Apple's expected iPhone 6 is here -- with 3D and an 8-day battery life.
Still, fragmentation remains a thorn in the side of Android, especially compared with the relative ease of Apple's iOS updates.
Madefire unveils its Android app, along with a "Print" feature to store local copies of your comics, and a "Create" tool for all those aspiring Jack Kirby's on DeviantArt.
If the rumors are true, Apple will soon offer 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones. Android users have enjoyed those sizes for years. What are the pros and cons?
Website @evleaks reports that Microsoft is planning a Lumia phone that runs on Google's Android OS, instead of Microsoft's own Windows Phone system.
Tech companies have been trying to make smartwatches happen for decades. Luke Westaway argues that Google has a mountain to climb to make Android Wear the Next Big Thing.
There's a lot of misinformation swirling about regarding Android Auto and how it will let you control your apps from the driver's seat without getting distracted. Let's clear that up.