Google has now announced its “Build with Chrome” experiment, allowing anyone to build awesome LEGO creations directly from the Chrome browser.
Twitter has now introduced a new update for its official Android client, bringing basic photo editing options and several other changes with it.
HTC is starting the rollout of the Android 4.4.2 update to HTC One handset in Europe. Back in November the company had told HTC One owners to expect the update to appear by the end of January, and this is precisely what’s happening.
Samsung will close another front in the patent war after agreeing to a cross-licensing deal with Swedish network equipment maker Ericsson.
Thanks to a new leak, we now have what appears to be the first images of the red Nexus 5’s retail packaging. Keep reading for more details!
We take a look at some of the best Nexus 5 cases, featuring various levels of protection and price points.
Samsung is reportedly developing smart eyewear, with a target launch at the IFA Berlin show in September. The smart eyewear is tentatively dubbed Galaxy Glass, an anonymous official said, and Samsung is aiming for a release at IFA 2014 at the earliest.
Google bought DeepMind Technologies, a London-based startup working in machine learning and systems neuroscience. Before the deal, DeepMind was, according to sources, “the last large independent company with a strong focus on artificial intelligence”.
Google and Samsung have now announced a new cross-license patent agreement between the two companies that covers a “broad range” of different patents over the course of the next 10 years.
This week in your world of Android: Sony’s Sirius leaked, developer Chainfire warned about upcoming trouble for root apps, Samsung’s Google Now-style UI sparked controversy, more S5 rumors surfaced, OnePlus teased its CM phone, Samsung got itself in hot water over accessory locking, and a red version of the Nexus 5 got our pulse racing.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few phrases. It’s Android Weekly.