This week in your world of Android: the possible release date of the next HTC One leaked, more Galaxy S5 rumors surfaced, the camera-focused Android 4.4.1 update rolled out to the Nexus 5, the first CM11 builds arrived, and Google updated its Play Store apps.
The Nexus 10 can also be manually updated to Android 4.4.1 (build KOT49E). Read on for more details!
We take a look at the some of the tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your Nexus 5. Read on!
At a component cost of $123, the Moto G brings Motorola an operating profit margin of less than five percent, say analysts interviewed by the Wall Street Journal.
Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside sat down with YouTuber Marques Brownlee for an interview touching some interesting topics, from Motorola’s relation to Google, to the company’s plans for wearables, and the futuristic Project Ara.
Brace yourselves, best of 2013 lists are coming. Google started early with two Play Store collections bringing together some of the best apps and games of the year.
Google is rolling out a new version of its Play Store app that brings many social integration features and design tweaks.
Users of the aging Galaxy Nexus can treat themselves with some unofficial KitKat goodness, thanks to a custom ROM developed by XDA contributor PlayfulGod.
Until now, Google Voice Search was only available to English-speaking users, but today Google opened it up to French, German, and Japanese speakers.
Android 4.4.1 KitKat has now started rolling out to the Nexus 5 bringing several camera related improvements to the mix. Keep reading for more details!