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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus review: Not the Note you know

David Imel August 23, 2019 1326 shares

Inside Google’s massive Android rebrand

David Imel August 22, 2019 726 shares

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus: Price and deals

Team AA 21 hours ago 317 shares

JBL Link Bar review: The smartest speaker in its class

Lily Katz August 22, 2019 59 shares
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Are Android updates getting faster? Let’s look at the data

We've collected a ton of update data to track whether Android OS upgrades are becoming faster or slower.
Robert TriggsJanuary 20, 201912209 shares

Google thinks more phones will get Pie in 2018 than Oreo in 2017

And we all have Project Treble to thank.
Scott Adam GordonNovember 15, 2018470 shares

Google dev hints Android Q previews could come to more users, sooner

A Google developer has hinted at some future plans for Android's GSIs, and how they could allow for more users to get access to early Android Q software.
Scott Adam GordonNovember 12, 2018393 shares

Want stock Android Pie on your device? This developer has a solution

A developer has created an Android Pie system image that works on a variety of devices and chipsets.
Hadlee SimonsAugust 21, 2018642 shares

Pie’s launch is the litmus test for Project Treble

Project Treble allows for quicker updates, but will manufacturers roll out Android 9.0 Pie to consumers before the year's end?
Robert TriggsAugust 13, 2018253 shares

OnePlus 5 and 5T get a stable OxygenOS update, but no Project Treble yet

There's a new OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T update for OxygenOS available. However, it doesn't include all the beta features yet.
C. Scott BrownJuly 27, 2018336 shares

Because of Treble, OEMs will have no excuse for not consistently updating your phone

An interview with Dave Burke and Iliyan Malchev explains why Project Treble will change the entire landscape of Android devices.
C. Scott BrownJune 8, 2018809 shares

Qualcomm already optimized Snapdragon software for Android P

In a press release timed with Google I/O 2018, Qualcomm announced that the Snapdragon 845, 660, and 636, are already good for Android P.
C. Scott BrownMay 8, 2018309 shares

Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus primed for faster updates through Project Treble

Samsung's new flagships include support for Project Treble—Google's infrastructure for faster device updates—according to a recent report.
Scott Adam GordonFebruary 26, 2018223 shares

Here’s why OnePlus doesn’t support Project Treble — yet

Project Treble has a lofty goal: quicker Android updates for all devices. However, some manufacturers like OnePlus don't support it yet, and for good reason.
Logan GarnerDecember 7, 2017633 shares
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