Multiple Nexus 6 users around the web have been experiencing complete mobile data connection failure over the past week or so.
Is Google finally getting into an annual groove with regard to Android updates? Does it make a difference to OEMs, developers, and Android users? We take a look at the pros and cons.
You can now register your interest for an upcoming app or game, just as you would register for updates on a new service or a new smartphone.
Android fans, this week brought us the kind of news we all love and anticipate: the firsts sighting of a new Android version. Check it out and the other news of the week!
In this week’s edition of Android Apps Weekly, we talk about Grim Fandango, the new Humble Bundle, and a hostage situation that ended thanks to PIzza Hut!
Google is making takeout even easier, giving you the ability to place an order right from Google search results.
Confirming older rumors about an upcoming Nexus device manufactured by Huawei, a respected Chinese analyst reveal some key features of the device.
According to a report from Bloomberg, Google is planning to give Android users more control over application permissions before downloading apps from the Play Store.
Spotted in the Google I/O schedule, Voice Actions is a new accessibility feature that will let developers add voice controls to their apps with minimal effort.
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