The Android 4.4 KitKat update will be officially available for the Wi-Fi Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013 models) and the Nexus 10 starting today, with the Nexus 4 and cellular Nexus 7 versions getting it “soon.”
An interesting Nexus 12 tablet concept has hit the web alongside what looks like more baseless Nexus 8 chatter. Check out the images!
A new study from comScore seems to reveal that Google may have lost the Maps battle on iOS devices so far, even though Apple Maps had its fair share of issues at launch.
Starting today, Waze real-time traffic incident reports are rolling out to 46 new countries across the globe. Keep reading for more details!
The service allows developers to request translations from specialized providers right from the Developer Console, for a fee that Google says ranges between $75 for a small app and $150 for a large one.
The bug causes the Hangouts app to force close and then fail to restart when large numbers of emoji emoticons are sent in a group chat. A fix will probably be implemented soon, but until then you should be aware that a solution exists in case you fall victim to a prank.
The first Tizen smartphone will launch in the first months of 2014, and there’s a good chance we’ll see it at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, at the end of February.
This week in your world of Android: Android 4.4 hit (unofficially) a bunch of devices, we learned more about the Google Experience Launcher and the new ART compiler, Samsung teased its future tech, a bunch of core Google apps received updates, and we got a peek at HTC’s future flagship phone.
Here are two more great Nexus 7 TV ads that you might begin to see over the following weeks. Google highlights the simplicity and convenience of consuming media and apps on a tablet, be it a Shakespeare play or a game of chess.
We’re comparing the black and the white versions of the Nexus 5. Which one do your prefer?