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).
In a month filled with important announcements from respective smartphone manufacturers, including Apple, Nokia, Motorola Mobility and HTC, comScore has published its Mobile Subscriber Market Share report that places Samsung ahead of all other device makers and Android miles ahead of all other mobile platforms.
While Google may have turned 14 today, its hugely popular browser, Google Chrome, has just turned four. In its first four years Chrome has risen to number one spot, edging a narrow lead over the once dominant Internet Explorer.
You would usually find us here talking about how smartphones are replacing compact cameras but now, with the announcement of Nikon's first Android-powered camera, the Coolpix S800c, are cameras turning into smartphones?
In a bid to tackle the proliferation of illegal streaming of the English Premier League, Sky has released its Sky Sports TV app for Android. Like its current iPhone counterpart, it's subscription-based and designed for viewers who do not have a traditional subscription with Sky but want to enjoy sports coverage on mobile.