The much awaited device wipe / locate feature has been announced and it will be available in the next CyanogenMod nightly builds.
Unlike gaming heavy weights like Microsoft and Sony, NVidia has opted to open up its operating system and allow developers to tinker around.
The Chinese PC maker is trying to make a name for itself in the tablet segment after its successful run in the desktop and laptop market in India.
The newly announced smartphone from LG is a little strange as its physical buttons are located at the rear. We stack up the smartphone against three other major Android smartphones out there.
India’s in-expensive Android tablet dream run continues as the next iteration of the Aakash tablet – Aakash 4 will debut in January 2014.
The long awaited cross-platform messenger app, which was promised at the BlackBerry Live event has finally hit Android and iOS in Beta.
Microsoft’s Office for Mobile heads for Android, available for download from Google Play Store right away.
Two models of the Galaxy Note 3 have been allegedly spotted on Gfxbench benchmarks adding to the wave of rumours and speculations surrounding the Note 2 successor.
Yahoo Mail app for Android now comes with Dropbox integration allowing users to send files of any size from smartphones and tablets while on the move.
Android’s Jelly Bean has finally managed to oust Gingerbread from its top position to become the most used version of Google’s mobile operating system thereby highlighting another important fact that fragmentation in Android is here to stay.