Guillaume Lesniak, the man behind the Focal camera app and one of the founders of the OmniROM project, is working on giving always-on listening capabilities to the Nexus 5.
Text-to-Speech version 3 brings news languages and higher-quality voices for English US and English UK.
Google released a new update to Google Play Games that bumps the app from version 1.1 to version 1.5, adding a couple features along the way, but nothing truly groundbreaking. Read on for more!
According to the latest numbers, Android Jelly Bean now represents 62% of the Android market, while KitKat has grown to represent 2.5%. Keep reading for more details!
Samsung’s newest release is up against the latest from Google, in this quick look at the Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Nexus 5.
According to a job listing from Daimler, Google’s Android-powered infotainment integration system will be called Google Project Mode, and is expected to arrive sometime later this year.
This week in your world of Android: Samsung launched the new Galaxy S5 and Gear smartwatches, LG introduced the G Pro 2 and the G2 Mini, the attractive Desire 816 broke cover, the first Nokia Android phone was made public, Sony refreshed its high-end Xperia lineup, and Google made its Now launcher publicly available in the Play Store.
According to a new report, Google is preparing to roll out a new version of Play Services that includes a change to Verify Apps, letting them check apps continuously for the presence of malware.
A new update for AllCast has now arrived bringing quite a few bug fixes alongside a redesigned UI and the addition of Muzei support.
According to Ara’s project head Paul Eremenko, the goal is to make Project Ara as affordable as possible, perhaps as cheap as $50. Obviously this $50 model will be very basic, but it will then be further expanded through new modules.