To mark the first anniversary of the Android Market becoming Google Play, Google is offering discounts and freebies on apps, games, and other content.
Unconfirmed reports suggest there could be less than 50,000 of the "pure" Google experience smartphone.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers some analysis regarding Google's confusing OS strategy. She also explains why some Android smartphone customers are still waiting for Jelly Bean.
A renewed focus on user experience, fit and finish, and media makes Google mobile products even more attractive for consumers.
The uber-popular unlimited mobile messaging app, is reportedly doing a deal with none other than Google to be acquired for a whopping $1bn.
Rumours are flying that Google is planning its own handset, the Nexus One. We separate fact from the fiction
Android 4.4 is rolling out to the Google Play editions of the hugely popular Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One, Google has revealed.
KitKat is coming to the HTC One with Sense 5.5 along for the ride from the end of January, or sooner for the Google Edition.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Google Nexus 7 are already updating to a new version of Jelly Bean, Android 4.1.1.
If you've already bought an HTC One, you could still get pure unadulterated Android like the One Google Edition.