It was a busy, busy week for Android lovers, with everything from exciting product launches, to category-defining products, a new version of Android, and glimpses of what’s to come. These are the big stories, the essence of an entire week in just a few phrases. It’s must read Android.
The most popular operating system of all times just made its first billion.
What a delicious surprise from Google – Android 4.4 will bear the name of the popular Nestle candy bar, and Google wants it to be available to everybody!
Oops! A Googler got himself filmed casually using the next Nexus smartphone at the unveiling of the KitKat statue. The same device may have made an appearance at the FCC.
HTC unveiled several mid-rangers and a snazzy new color option for the HTC One, but will it be enough with all the competition?
Now that Nokia is a Microsoft company (all hail Stephen Elop), the last hope for those who don’t agree with the direction is to start over. Enter Newkia.
With the usual fanfare, Samsung introduced a trio of new devices ahead of IFA, and we’ve got the lowdown for you.
The G Pad 8.3 is a sleek peace of technology, with its metal body and Full HD display. A few nice software features complete the package.
Sony made quite a splash with the Xperia Z1 and its QX10 and QX100 lens accessories. Photo bugs, is this your dream phone?
What’s the biggest story in Android this week? Tell us in the comments.