To celebrate the upcoming launch of Android 4.4 KitKat, Nestle gave away Nexus 7’s to people willing to take a seat and hold on to it.
Going commercial and securing funding allows the team to fully focus on improving and growing CyanogenMod, and the partnership with Oppo is promising, but is it enough? Can Cyanogen make it as a business?
I set out to read BusinessWeek’s new interview with Apple’s top executives hoping for some provocative, discussion-provoking statements. Instead, CEO Tim Cook, seconded by his lieutenants, served up a reheated soup of passive-aggressive jabs, truisms, and hollow arguments.
Via their blog, Google has announced the refined logo, as well as a change to the navigation bar. Gone is the black bar running along the top of your browser window; you will now be able to find all your favorite Google items via a menu, towards the right of the screen.
To clarify Cyanogen’s plans for the future, Steve Kondik, Koushik Dutta, and Abhisek Devkota, three of the leading figures of the Cyanogen project, took to Reddit for an Ask Me Anything session.
Inventory listing on a computer in a PC World store in the UK shows new Nexus 10 (2013) to be made by Asus and will retail for £350, that is around $449 – however there is no word on the amount of internal storage. What are you hoping for from the new Nexus 10?
Today, Google is introducing Calico, which they refer to as a company focussed on “health and well-being, in particular the challenge of aging and associated diseases.” Heading the new company is Art Levinson, an Apple chairman and former CEO (and current chairman) of Genentech. Levinson will be CEO and a founding investor of Calico, which stands for “California Life Company”, but Levinson notes in his Google+ post that making reference to cats with nine lives is great, too.
A new report says that an LG Nexus 5 is coming at some point in October, without actually mentioning release dates for the rumored handset.
Google has announced that its YouTube mobile apps will get an offline viewing mode at some point in November, without offering too many details about how the new feature will work.
At IDF 2013, Intel talked about 64-bit support for Android devices, sort-of suggesting that Android 4.4 KitKat may offer such a feature – however, that particular feature is yet to be confirmed by Google.