We love Android, and would really like to see a little levelling in the market. HTC makes fantastic devices, and the LG Nexus 4 is brilliant. Those two are, unfortunately, satellite manufacturers in the Android space. They make great devices, but rarely have the presence or impact Samsung does.
Chrome security features in Android? The boss, Sundar Pichai, says yes.
The mere fact that two programs, which we all love using, will be cross referencing each other is amazing. It goes to show that there is space for both in the mobile landscape, and that worlds can mesh rather than collide.
Android chief Sundar Pichai says Google will continue leading Nexus development
It led some to speculate as to whether or not Google was done making Nexus hardware. That’s a fair question, considering we’ve not seen this kind of thing from Google before. Is it a sign of changing tides, or Google being smart about what consumers want?
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