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Motorola is going away, says Lenovo

At CES today, Lenovo higher-ups announced that their company, which has owned Motorola since 2014, will be phasing out the brand name.
by John DyeJanuary 7, 2016100

Intel’s new smartphone has a Kinect-like 3D RealSense camera

At CES 2016 this week, Intel revealed that their new smartphone will feature a 3D-sensitive camera that is able to recognize 3D objects and gestures.
by John DyeJanuary 7, 20162

Hidden Play Store link shows you “Top Android Apps”, minus the games

A recent discovery suggests that Google might soon release Top App lists that only include apps, and not games.
by Preetam NathJanuary 4, 20168

Report: Facebook has plans in place if Google kicks it off the Play Store

A new report sheds light on Facebook’s doomsday scenario: getting kicked off the Play Store.
by Bogdan PetrovanJanuary 4, 201642

Android Authority this week – January 3, 2016

Happy New Year, Android fans! Here's the top Android news from the last week of 2015.
by Bogdan PetrovanJanuary 3, 20164

Android 6.0 Marshmallow features

Plenty of new features and capabilities have been introduced with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and our goal is to tell you all about the hottest new goodies in this post. Shall we get started?
by Edgar CervantesDecember 30, 201550

Google Cardboard helps doctor save baby’s life

Having fun is important, but that is not the only thing VR is good at. Today we are learning that this newly adopted technology can even save lives... and it already has.
by Edgar CervantesDecember 30, 20156

Matias Duarte: we need to stop basing design on archaic concepts

Technology hasn't really changed, it has only evolved, and this is something Matias Duarte aims to change. Will he be able to?
by Edgar CervantesDecember 30, 201513

Android N doing away with Oracle’s Java APIs, OpenJDK to be the new standard

Beginning with the next version of their mobile operating system (Android N), the new standard will be OpenJDK, an open source alternative.
by Edgar CervantesDecember 29, 201518

Android Authority this week – December 27, 2015

Happy Holidays, Android fans! Here are the biggest events from the Android world this week!
by Bogdan PetrovanDecember 27, 2015
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