If you had to give up Android today, what device would you buy and why? Is there a feature on a non-Android device that you secretly crave? Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!
One of the new security features in Android 4.4 KitKat is verified boot which is designed to detect persistent rootkits that can hold onto root privileges and compromise a device’s security. However it as a side effect, it could stop the installation of custom ROMs.
The “Google Experience Launcher” found on the Android 4.4 KitKat is a Nexus 5 exclusive feature according to Google, and it may not become available to other Nexus devices or other Android handsets and tablets anytime soon.
The Google Experience Launcher was extracted off of the Nexus 5, and to see whether it was worthy of the Google name, we put it to the test. Read on for more!
Where did it all go right for Android’s first OEM and how did it fall so spectacularly from grace? Join us for a look at the rise and fall of HTC.
This week in your world of Android: the Nexus 5 launched, KitKat became official along with the new Google launcher, Hangout finally learned SMS, the G Flex landed, and Motorola shocked us with Project Ara.
In this edition of the Friday Debate, we discuss a very hot topic indeed. Arguably one of the most greatly anticipated Android devices of 2013, we now have the Nexus 5 on the horizon. With its incredibly powerful hardware and Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box, it represents the best, most current Android experience in the world. Are the updates enough to peak your interest? Has Google done right with Android 4.4? Read on for more!
Samsung has hosted a developers conference in San Francisco for the past two days, in order to court developers to the Samsung ecosystem. What’s Samsung trying to gain from all of this? Read on to find out!
So you’ve got an idea for an app? For those aspiring to occupy a small portion of digital real estate in the pockets of countless smartphone users, this is an important step. But before the first line of code can be written or the IPO is filled one must choose which platform is best for their budding creation. Read on to find out why developers choose Android.
Is Google’s increasing control over Android ultimately good for consumers? Is the move from open source to proprietary worrying you? How should other companies react? Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!