For a lot of potential customers eagerly awaiting the Nexus 6 unveil, the fact that flagship specs have been matched by a premium price tag is cause for consternation. Has Google priced its new smartphone too high?
Google is easing its rein over Android Wear, with the first “glimpses” of OEMs’ increased control over the smartwatch OS to be visible on the Asus ZenWatch.
The well-connected folks from Vietnamese website Tinhte have got their hands on a beautiful Nexus 9 tablet and some of its accessories and put them through an impromptu photo-shoot.
A feature coming in Lollipop will prevent unauthorized factory resets by asking for the user’s Google credentials. If enough devices out there are difficult or impossible to wipe, the incentive for stealing them could go down dramatically.
Google has now formally unveiled its Android Lollipop statue to the world.
It started life as Android L preview in June, but it has since matured into a full-blown release, ready to hit millions of Android devices over the next weeks and months. Android 5.0 Lollipop is here!
Just hours before the expected launch of Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Android Lollipop, Google updated its fun little Androidify app with a new UI, new dance moves, and… yes, a hint at upcoming devices.
Caschys Blog, a source with several solid leaks to its name, published screenshots purportedly showing the German prices of Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, as well as their storage configurations.
Google Chrome Beta for Android v39 app update has begun rolling out. In addition to bug fixes, there is a new Reader Mode, Android L Preview integration and a new animation or two.
Google researchers have highlighted a new bug, called Poodle, which is capable of exploiting SSL 3.0 fallback.