Although it's been over half a year since Google unveiled Android 4.0 ("Ice Cream Sandwich"), the platform has been adopted by just under 3% of all Android devices.
Stories by Brad Reed
Overheating issues? Easily breakable? "Whatever," say consumers. The new iPad is still the best tablet around.
It looks as though Google will offer users 5GB of free cloud storage space on its new Drive service.
If you're confused about what Google does and doesn't know about your online activity, take heart: Google is letting you in on the secret.
In the end, the Samsung Galaxy Note may be known as the little tablet - or the big smartphone - that could.
The Federal Trade Commission this week released its final report on online consumer privacy that recommended implementing a universal "Do Not Track" standard, a centralized website for data brokers and more.
The Federal Trade Commission's final report on online consumer privacy can be summed up thusly: We've made progress but there's still a lot of work to do.
James Cicconi knows whom T-Mobile workers should blame for their company's recently announced layoffs: the FCC.
Verizon wants to make one thing perfectly clear: Its deal to buy spectrum from several cable companies is different from the failed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile.
Rumors that the new iPad runs at a higher temperature than the iPad 2 aren't just hot air after all.
You don't have to listen to AT&T executive James Cicconi speak very often to figure out that he's not a big fan of the current Federal Communications Commission.
While Google doesn’t have to worry about app developers fleeing Android en masse, they might be concerned that developer interest appears headed in the wrong direction.
To help you filter through all of the iPad-related headlines floating around the tech press today, we've created a compilation that will keep you up-to-date on the latest developments:
Although NetZero generated some buzz today with headlines heralding free no-contract WiMAX services, you might not want to utilize them unless you're a very light data user.
The new iPad's display screen has the normally-reserved teardown specialists at iFixit gushing.