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.
Google is trying its hand at a second screen experience, but won’t make you download a special app just to get some new features. Read on for more!
Google+ has now started rolling out a new update that brings quite a few new photo features with it, alongside the expected bug fixes. Read on to learn more!
Google has now announced that they are planning to release their module development kit for Project Ara in April, with their first developer conference taking place from April 15th to the 16th.
After months of waiting, the Google Now Launcher has finally made its way to the Google Play Store. Click here to read about and download it!