Sony Xperia Tablet S Hands-On: Still Weird. A Little Better. Let's Hope…

It's been exactly a year since the original Sony Tablet S debuted. It was unique, and a lot better than the terrible Tablet P, but it never got to be all that popular. This year's Tablet S returns with the Xperia moniker and a set of improvements that should fix the flaws from the first time around. » 8/29/12 10:32am 8/29/12 10:32am

Motorola Atrix HD Review: A $100 Android Phone That Doesn't Suck

The original Motorola Atrix was a big star of CES 2011. Despite the fact that it morphed into the world's worst laptop, the phone itself actually held its own. Now, the Atrix is back. The gimmicks are gone, and what's left is a solid, affordable phone with a sharp HD screen and a speedy OS. Is the new Atrix about to… » 7/23/12 4:40pm 7/23/12 4:40pm

Port Google Now To Your Ice Cream Sandwich Android Phone

With the right skills, you can port Jelly Bean's Google Now over to your Ice Cream Sandwich Android device. If you want to try the oh-so-creepy predictive assistant, but you're not yet running a build 4.1 operating system, you can do so following a set of instructions posted on the XDA Developers forums. » 7/06/12 11:58am 7/06/12 11:58am

Only 10-Percent of Androids Have Ice Cream Sandwich After Eight Months

Ice Cream Sandwich is now installed on 10-percent of active Android devices, according to Google's own numbers. About 64-percent of users are still using Gingerbread. And the latest iteration of Android, Jelly Bean, is already on its way. When developers express concern about Android fragmentation, this is what they… » 7/03/12 9:59am 7/03/12 9:59am

Matias Duarte Q&A: Jelly Bean, the Nexus 7, and the Wild, Weird World…

Matias Duarte is the Director of Android User Experience at Google, which means he's the artist who pretties up the green robot's gears. We got some one-on-one time with him at Google I/O, and he opened up about the Nexus 7, Jelly Bean, and why we shouldn't be so huffy about Android fragmentation. » 6/29/12 10:20am 6/29/12 10:20am