The slew of recent leaks allowed fans to create great renders of the upcoming Nexus smartphone. The most recent is an impressive full 3D model.
Because of Android’s “Back up my data” service, Google knows the passwords to all the Wi-Fi networks you access and the NSA can get at that data too. The simplest option right now is to de-activate the service, but how many users will bother?
Google is reportedly planning to offer consumers tokens that allow password-less authentication to Google accounts, in a bid to move beyond passwords.
Here’s what’s been going on in your world of Android this week: we got to see the upcoming Nexus, the new iPhones left us mostly unfazed, we discussed the pros and cons of 64-bit chips, Hugo Barra filled us in on his plans at Xiaomi, and got a few more details about the HTC One Max.
Leaked FCC docs representing the alleged new Nexus and images of the camera module on the LG G2 show very similar imaging components.
The two Google Play Edition phones are now receiving a security update that first hit Nexus devices in late August.
A Reddit user put together the most convincing render yet of the upcoming LG-made Nexus smartphone, based on leaks from the last few days.
The latest update to Google Drive, which will roll out in stages, introduces UI changes and a new create bar that makes file upload, create, and scan easier
In a recent interview with Kara Swisher of All Things D, Hugo Barra was candid about his involvement with Xiaomi, and his reasons for leaving Google. Barra discussed all kinds of things from why the Chinese device manufacturer is so impressive, to his transparent exit strategy from Google.
At their developer forum in San Francisco, Intel has offered up three new Chromebooks and one new Chromebox, all using their Haswell processor. That architecture is going to “improve battery life by more than 2X over previous generations, while offering increased performance” according to the Google Chrome Blog.