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The latest Android 4.4 KitKat version (KRT16S) is available for download for all Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013) models including, Wi-Fi, 3G and LTE versions of the tablet.
Amazon is selling both Nexus 7 (2013) Wi-Fi versions for $30 less than their official Google Play Store price. Check out the deals!
Earlier today Google Wallet received a new update that enables tap & pay support for all KitKat devices. Additionally the update now allows you to add credit and debit cards just by taking a picture of them.
If the Android 4.4 KitKat OTA has yet to reach your Nexus 4, there’s now an alternative way to get it by downloading the OTA zip. To install through this method you’ll need to sideload through ADB, but you don’t need root access or unlocked bootloader.
An early KitKat-based OmniROM version for the Nexus 5 is already available to users interested in running custom ROMs on the device.
Google’s $35 streaming dongle launched with just a couple of supported apps this summer, but some big names have joined the club since then, with the latest being HBO Go.
Google engineer Dan Morrill explains why there’s no point checking for Android updates more than a couple of times per day, and why you should avoid clearing the Google Services Frameworks data.
Two important Google apps are in the process of receiving updates, with rollouts going out now to Google Drive and Google Translate. See what’s new here.
Controlling smartphones with just our voices is increasingly common, but soon we may be interacting with out trusty Chromebooks in the same way.