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Stadia announced at GDC: Google’s attempt to disrupt the gaming industry

by Andrew Grush March 19, 20190 comments
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How stable is Android Q?

by Jimmy Westenberg March 19, 20190 comments
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Questions I'd like answered before I hype Google Stadia

by Joe Hindy March 20, 20190 comments
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Best Android phones (March 2019)

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About 32 million Android devices soon won’t be able to run the latest versions of Chrome (Updated)

Possibly in the near future, Google Chrome will no longer support devices running Android Jelly Bean.
by C. Scott BrownOctober 5, 2018

How Android evolved: version shares from 2013 to 2015

From Froyo and Gingerbread to Lollipop, Android has undergone some significant changes in the past two years. We examine how the ecosystem has changed.
by Robert TriggsDecember 5, 2014

KitKat and Jelly Bean rule Android: Over 80% of users

Android version breakdown data has been released and KitKat and Jelly Bean rule the chart, comprising over 80% of all builds. What will happen after 5.0?
by Matthew BensonNovember 3, 2014

Trends: Almost a quarter of Android devices now on KitKat

KitKat, the latest version of Android, is gaining ground, now running on almost a quarter of all Android devices, while older versions such as FroYo and Gingerbread are on the decline.
by J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 11, 2014
 
 

Jelly Bean running on nearly 50% of devices, Android 4.3 finally makes an appearance

The Jelly Bean versions of Android are now running on just under half of all active devices. The actual number is 48.6% and for the first time this number is made up of devices also ...
by Gary SimsOctober 3, 2013

Android 4.1 and 4.2 adoption surpasses 45 percent, but where is Android 4.3?

Jelly Bean has continued its rise while Android 2.3 Gingerbread continues to fade. At present over 45% of Android devices used today run Android 4.1 or Android 4.2, while only 30.7% use ...
by Gary SimsSeptember 6, 2013

Maintenance update rolling out for Xperia SL, Xperia S and Xperia Acro S

A new update is now rolling out for owners of the Sony Xperia S, Xperia SL and Xperia Acro S. While the update still features Android 4.1, it brings quite a few bug fixes and ...
by Andrew GrushAugust 26, 2013

ActiveNotifications for Android update brings support for non-AMOLED screens and Android 4.1 devices

The Moto X Active Display simulator -- dubbed ActiveNotifications -- we told you about last week has been updated to include support for Android 4.1 and non-AMOLED devices.
by David GonzalesAugust 12, 2013

Xperia Tablet Z receiving Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update, gets unified interface

Users of the LTE version of the Xperia Tablet Z are reporting that the Android 4.2.2 update is now rolling out to the tablet, bringing some notable user interface changes.
by Bogdan PetrovanAugust 5, 2013

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean now used on more devices than Gingerbread

Android 4.1 is now the predominant version of Android in use at the present. It is currently used on 34 percent of devices while Android 2.3.3+ Gingerbread runs on 33 percent of ...
by Gary SimsAugust 2, 2013
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