In a world where government snooping is becoming normal, companies are finding new ways to combat the invasion of privacy. One of the simplest ways to do this is by offering encryption for the contents of a device. Google has been offering encryption on some Android devices since 2011, but it’s always been shut off ... Read More »
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There have been a lot of rumors lately claiming that HTC is working on a new Nexus tablet, but so far we haven’t really gotten much in the way of concrete evidence to support that claim. Thanks to the Wi-Fi Alliance, that may ... Read More »
If you’re rocking the Android L Developer Preview on your Nexus 5 or Nexus 7 (2013), you may want to grab that sucker and a USB cable, because there are updated factory images available for download.
Google today released fresh factory images for the Android L Developer ... Read More »
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Ready to get your Google Fit on? Google has just released a preview of the recently announced Google Fit SDK, giving developers a chance to wrap their brains around how they’re going to use your phone, smartwatch, connected scale and more to help keep you fit and healthy.
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When it comes to Motorola hardware, much of the recent news has been on the unannounced Moto X+1. Today it’s time to talk about the phone that actually exists, the Moto X, and share some news that ought to please existing X owners.
A Motorola exec ... Read More »
Chrome beta for Android is getting a new update courtesy of Google. The update features a new and easier sign in system that’s much like the desktop version of Chrome. You can now use your Google account to sign in, and it’ll sync everything from bookmarks to history. There is also a multi account selector ... Read More »
I know a lot of you are currently rocking the Android L Developer Preview on your devices. Despite it being a dev preview, some have found it to be stable enough to use as a daily driver. However, there are bugs in the build, and I’m sure ... Read More »
This fall, Android Wear will make the switch to Android L and bring along the much-anticipated custom watch face API. Since its launch at Google I/O, developers and early adopters were disappointed to find out that Android Wear didn’t have an API to ... Read More »
Back at Google I/O, Google introduced us to Android L and its new Material Design UI, which is expected to infiltrate most of Google’s own apps. We’ll likely have to wait until Android L’s public launch this fall before we get ... Read More »
The list of devices that will receive Android L grows!