Despite what some may say about the size of the Galaxy Note II, it seems that Samsung is not really having all that much trouble shipping them out. We have seen some Note II shipment numbers in the recent past, however as of
Welcome to the latest round of the Android Community Weekly. The last edition ever... in 2012. This was an amazing year for the Android world at large, the Android community, and us here at Android Community. We'll be bringing
Another day is on the books, and despite the fact that Fridays are normally slow as far as news goes, this one was pretty eventful. For starters, we found out that the Samsung Galaxy S IV might be more similar to the Galaxy Note
Today Samsung has announced that they'll be bringing their large buildings and R&D department to California and the ever so popular Silicon Valley once again. They've announced today that Samsung Semiconductor will be expanding
The folks from LG have really been stepping up their game lately in terms of hardware and software for their Android smartphones. First they launched the highly impressive and capable Optimus G, and then followed it up with the
After the initial reports went around that Huawei was preparing a massive 6.1-inch smartphone to be called the Ascend Mate we weren't sure what to think. Then after a few leaks it was spotted and revealed late last week by one of
Apple has recently agreed to drop the Galaxy S III Mini from its patent case with Samsung. If you remember back, Apple had asked the courts to include the handset (along with a few tablets) to the patent case back in November.
Cheap tablets are slowly becoming more and more popular. With Google's Nexus 7 hitting the premium side of things at $199 many have been trying to match it. How about a 10-inch dual-core tablet that's powered by Android 4.1 Jelly
Samsung is no stranger to public patent cases, thanks to Apple, however it now seems another company going after the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. That company is LG Display and they are looking to stop the sale, manufacture and
There's a new app available now on the Google Play Store that will help you conserve and save that precious battery life. We all know our smartphones don't last as long as we'd like, so why not try to save a little at night.