Cellphone radiation is a contentious issue. The World Health Organisation describes it as possibly carcinogenic, and most research to date has proved inconclusive. Whether that research is proven or not, many would prefer to air on the side of caution. For that reason, Israeli startup Tawkon has created an Android app that attempts to limit users' exposure to harmful levels of cellphone radiation.
1,435 days - that's how long it took Google Play to reach 25 billion downloads. In the week that saw the Android platform reach this momentous milestone - 101 days longer than it took Apple to - we've collated our five favourite Android apps of the moment (out of a possible 675,000).
Controversial music streaming service Grooveshark is available as an Android app once more as it returns to Google Play. The app was removed from the Android Market in April 2011 following complaints from the music industry.
Vodafone UK has become the first mobile operator in Europe to offer users the ability to make Android app purchases through their existing mobile bill. Vodafone are also expected to introduce a similar feature to Android users in Germany.