Most Android users are probably pretty big Gmail users as well. But there are likely some folks out there that use non-Gmail services in addition to their Google account, and if a new leak is to be believed, they’ll be getting a nice surprise in the next major Gmail for Android update.
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Sony isn’t joking around when it comes to supporting its device with software updates. Announced on the official Sony blog, Sony is saying that its “entire premium Z series” of devices is slated to get the newest Android 5.0 update.
According to the announcement, “entire premium Z series” means the Xperia Z, Xperia ... Read More »
When Google officially unveiled Material Design, their new design aesthetic meant to be used across the board for several different platforms, the look was consistent, familiar even when you switched from Android Auto to Android TV and looked down at your Android Wear-based smartwatch. That’s due to a general restriction on OEM customization ... Read More »
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One of the features that Google promised for their newest version of Android, Lollipop, was a “kill switch,” in an effort to not only provide a way to remotely wipe information from a device that’s stolen but also to promote a deterrent from the theft at all. Now that Lollipop is ... Read More »
Today marks a significant day in Android’s history, with the announcement of multiple new Android products as well as a new version of Android. Android 5.0 Lollipop is Google’s biggest revamp of Android in several years. It brings in a new design, new consistency and marks a new era of ... Read More »
Move over KitKat, you’re old news. Lollipop is the latest and greatest Android version that everyone has a craving for. If you want to be one of the first to get your hands on Android 5.0, you should probably pre-order the Nexus 9, but if you own the HTC One ... Read More »
Something monumentally important was announced today. Not the Nexus 6. Or Nexus 9. Or Android 5.0 Lollipop or the Nexus Player and Android TV. It’s the new Android. A friendlier, more accessible, ready for the public Android. And it’s going to propel Google into the future.
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With past Android releases, Google has added a big statue to its front lawn to celebrate. For example, a gingerbread man stumbled onto the lawn in 2010, and a bowl of jelly beans spilled over in 2012. Today Read More »
Tacked on to the end of Google’s huge Android 5.0 Lollipop, Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 announcement is something rather significant for the company: its first entry back into set-top box industry and a strong move to take over your living room. This is the Nexus Player, Google’s first Android TV device.
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Motorola has been pretty spot-on with its Android software updates lately, and so we’re sure that many of you existing Moto users are wondering if that trend will continue with Android 5.0 Lollipop. The good news is that yes, yes it will.
Motorola today confirmed that many if its recent ... Read More »