The search giant unveils the name of its next update for smartphones and tablets. Some key features include a new mobile payments system and some tricks for the company's digital assistant, Google Now.
The upcoming "L" version of Android version brings a new user interface, and Google's Web apps will adopt it, too. It's one of many new Android features Google showed at its Google I/O show.
Jelly Bean is now on 59.1 per cent of all active Android devices, according to the latest figures from Google.
Asus' latest hybrid can switch between Android and Windows 8.1 in four seconds. The company also revealed Australian pricing and availability for its Vivo Tab Note 8 Windows tablet.
Red is the colour of desire, so it's fitting that the 4G HTC Desire 601 now comes with a lick of red lipstick, only on O2.
Jumping the gun before CES this year, Samsung has showed off two new cameras in preparation for the gadget show.
The newest Android-powered camera from Samsung gets a fresh design, a new processor, NFC, and some more cool shooting options, but keeps the original's lens, sensor, and great 4.8-inch screen.
Just in time for Black Friday, the low-cost sibling to the Moto X pops up on the e-commerce giant with shipping starting on December 4.
Lenovo's taken the wraps off three new budget Android tablets -- two 7-inchers and a 10-incher. They're all available to buy in the UK now.
Google executive Huga Barra said that Google's Nexus family of devices will be the first to get the new version of Jellybean Android 4.3, but the Google Play Edition phones will have to wait a little while.