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Google Pixel 4 hands-on: Picture perfect in nearly every way

Eric Zeman October 15, 2019 756 shares
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Behind the scenes: Google’s Pixel cameras aren’t trying to be cameras at all

David Imel October 15, 2019 861 shares
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Google Pixel Buds 2 hands-on: The best earbuds I’ve not listened to

Kris Carlon October 15, 2019 263 shares
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Google Pixelbook Go hands-on: The expensive Chromebook gets cheaper

Kris Carlon October 15, 2019 65 shares
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Here’s Android Q running on a modded Nintendo Switch (sort of)

First Linux, now Android.
Oliver CraggFebruary 25, 2019189 shares
 

10 features from other ROMs, skins, and platforms we’d like to see in stock Android

From LineageOS and LG to Microsoft and beyond, here are a few other cool features we'd like to see in vanilla Android.
Hadlee SimonsSeptember 22, 2018661 shares
 

First official sign of Pixel 3 codename ‘blueline’ shows up in AOSP

The mysterious Pixel 3 "blueline" codename just appeared for the first time in an AOSP commit.
C. Scott BrownJune 4, 2018373 shares
 

Better facial recognition support coming to Android soon?

Facial recognition has been an Android fixture since 2011, but it could receive an upgrade soon.
Hadlee SimonsJune 4, 2018733 shares
 

Xiaomi needs to adhere to the rules of Android (Update: kernel source code published)

Today, Xiaomi posted the kernel source code for the Mi A1. This is a consumer win, and hopefully future Xiaomi kernel releases will come at a faster pace.
C. Scott BrownJanuary 30, 20182900 shares
 

New commit suggests touch support could be coming to Android Recovery

Google pushed a new commit to the AOSP code yesterday and buried within the changes are some interesting references.
Dan BartramAugust 4, 2017347 shares
 

An overview of the new Paranoid Android 6.0

It's been nine months since its inception, but Paranoid Android 6.0 is here! Let's take a quick look at all the new features!
Joe HindyJune 9, 2016974 shares
 

Stick it to phone thieves: you can now remotely brick your phone

AOSP now supports the ability to remotely brick a device through recovery if it has been stolen, rendering it unbootable by any would-be thieves.
Kris CarlonJune 6, 20161079 shares
 

Sony opens up experimental AOSP camera to developers

Today, Sony has made an open source camera implementation available to use with AOSP for Xperia.
Robert TriggsNovember 19, 2015481 shares
 

First 64-bit Sony devices added to its open device project

Sony's Xperia Z3+ and Z4 Tablet have been added to its Open Device project, allowing developers to build AOSP versions for the first 64-bit Xperia devices.
Robert TriggsAugust 17, 20151129 shares
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