The next version of Android may be more suitable for running on large screen devices. Industry sources have told a Korean publication that Google has worked to improve the user experience of Android on TVs, the interface between smart TVs and mobile devices, as well as the “app development environment for TV.”
The CyanogenMod team announced the release of nightly builds for two popular devices, the LG G2 and the Nexus 7 LTE. CM 10.2 is based on Android 4.3, and brings a slew of improvements and bug fixes over the previous version, including Bluetooth LE support and OpenGL ES 3.0 support.
We took a quick look at the new iPads vs the best Android tablets, and now we’d like to know your opinion. Are the new iPads tempting you in any way? Why/why not?
FlexyCore, a company that developed technology to make Android faster, is now a part of Google.Established in 2008, FlexyCore’s main product was DroidBooster, a technology that the company claimed significantly improved the performance of Android devices.
The iOS Hangouts app has been updated to support VoIP calls via Google Voice, but the feature is yet to become available on the Android version of the app.
This week in the world of Android: Omni ROM launched as an alternative to CyanogenMod, the LG G Flex broke cover, the HTC One Max finally launched, rumors emerged about Amazon partnering with HTC for a smartphone, and Nexus leaked in all its glory.
Welcome back to Google Play Weekly (11/18/2013). This week we talk about Rovio’s racing game, Humble Bundle 7, and a whole lot more about Android apps!
A new report says that the Nexus 5 will be launched in late October, that it will be available in two storage capacity versions and that it will have a single battery option.
Google is sending out email invitations for a special event scheduled on October 24. While there’s no mention of Android or Nexus in the invitation, we can’t help wonder: will we see the much anticipated Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat?
What looks to be the retail box of the Nexus 5 showed on a Korean site, revealing a possible white version of the device.