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Google’s operating system could help usher in an era of ultra-cheap laptops.
Thousands of startup companies see mobile computing as their chance to strike it big. We picked five.
A growing number of apps hope to turn smartphones into personal assistants.
The movements of Android users let Google track live traffic—a service being extended to new countries and U.S. cities today.
Several companies are working on technology that would separate your personal stuff from your work data.
A low-cost Chinese smart phone is helping launch wave of app innovation in Nairobi.
Many apps collect and share sensitive data, and the developers may not even realize it.
It features live traffic data and easy-to-use directions–but also has design flaws that betray a “beta” status.
Several new devices will test the appeal of Google’s mobile platform.
ZTE snubs Android in favor of software made by Firefox.