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.
A hands-on video of the LG G Flex and an image gallery showing the flexible display smartphone in the wild are available thanks to an Argentinian TV station, even though the handset is not official.
A new LG trademark filing points to the existence of as many as three upcoming LG Chrome OS-powered devices: the ChromeOne, ChromeDesk, and ChromeStation. Keep reading for more details.
4K is the high-definition successor to 1080p, and promises to change the way we experience video. But is the tech, still in its infancy, ready for phones?
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.
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.
What looks to be the retail box of the Nexus 5 showed on a Korean site, revealing a possible white version of the device.
Now that we have our hands on the LG G Pad, it’s time to dive in and learn more about the device. The first step is to unbox LG’s latest tablet and get a closer look!
The LG Nexus 5 will launch this month, a South Korean report says, without actually mentioning a release date.