Like AT&T before it, Verizon has rationally explained why it denies its customers a smartphone without complications.
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Google's executive chairmen Eric Schmidt bristles at the word "fragmentation," prefers "differentiation."
Alleged specs to Samsung's Galaxy Nexus get leaked, making your month-old Android phone behind the curve.
Corporate message from on high fulfills customers demands.
Wired's Mike Isaac breaks down the Android devices that users could most easily root.
Motorola expected Android users to want Netflix or better music apps. It got a surprise instead.
PCWorld's JR Raphael weighs the options of buying the HTC Thunderbolt and waiting for the Motorola Droid Bionic.