It was a very interesting week in the world of Android. OnePlus caused quite a stir when it announced it hired key Paranoid Android developers to help create Oxygen OS. A mystery Nvidia device was teased for next month. The long awaited Xposed framework update for Lollipop finally landed. We heard several credible reports about the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Sony introduced its low-cost Xperia E4. Lollipop updates hit more devices. Xiaomi introduced itself to the US and said it would open an accessories store later this year. And we heard rumors about Google’s plans with Android One and a new payment service.
NVIDIA press invitations rolling out, new gaming product coming March 3rd
HP is revamping their older Chromebook 14, now available for purchase from their website. The new Chromebook 14 offers a 1080p touchscreen, 4GB of RAM, a NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor along with many other improvements.
Nvidia’s Tegra K1 processor to be included in Project Ara
We've gotten an update on Google's modular smartphone, Project Ara. Google is bringing both the NVIDIA Tegra K1 and the Marvell PXA1928 processors to the device, and we should see prototypes at their developer's conference at the beginning of 2015.