Android is a Linux-based operating system for mobile devices. The company was backed by Google, which bought it out in 2005. The first Android-powered phone was sold in 2008.
The Chinese smartphone brand previously said there was nothing unusual about its anonymous data collection practices
Huawei shipped 8 million 5G phones in the first quarter, possibly aided by China’s rapid rollout of 5G networks
The MatePad Pro looks very similar to Apple’s iPad and even has a pencil-like stylus called the M-Pencil
Students in China are buying old BlackBerry phones because new apps like TikTok don’t work on them
Latest quarterly earnings show Apple’s services business grew 13% worldwide
Save your money until 5G modems show up in more affordable phones next year
Huawei is betting its future on a new OS compatible with Android apps
From cookbooks to zoos, here’s how Chinese tech companies choose their names
Google is suspending support, but Huawei is rumored to have a backup OS
Impressions of the latest OnePlus flagship handset from an Apple iPhone user
On the bright side for Tencent, their software arm may have another hit game on their hands. The mobile version of Call of Duty, developed by Tencent's Timi studio, is in testing right now on Android devices in Australia. And from what we've seen, they've done an impressive job porting the rapid-fire nature of Call of Duty multiplayer to smartphones.
More companies are bringing Android Go phones to the US. The latest from Asus has 1GB RAM and 16GB storage -- not bad for a budget smartphone. But what's more surprising is that it also features a face unlock feature in lieu of a fingerprint sensor.
Debate over Google’s dominance revives after EU ruling