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 »
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 »
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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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Google has released a new video teasing the name of Android L. This latest addition continues to fuel the Nexus and Android fire that’s hitting the Internet right now. In the video, Google has a casting call with all sorts of different desserts that start with the letter L trying out for the honor of ... Read More »
We’ve seen the Nexus 7 and the Play Store promoted in TV ads in the past, but Google has finally kicked off a marketing campaign that promotes the diversity of Android. The three short clips all use Android characters which were most likely built the with Androidify app, all enjoying differently sized phones, tablets and Android Wear ... Read More »
In late June, Google officially introduced Android Auto, a new way for Android users to experience the platform while in an automobile. The platform is essentially an extension of their Android smartphone, with a specialized user interface designed for easy access to certain features on a large display. It’s scheduled to launch in late ... Read More »
Not getting enough Google in your Android diet? Your next device may help satiate your appetite.
The Information reports that Google is increasing the requirements that manufacturers must follow when making an Android device. Those changes include an increase in the number of preinstalled Google apps up ... Read More »
It’s nearing the end of 2014. Android is dominating the smartphone market and common folk actually know what Android is. Developers are creating apps for both Android and iOS, just like it should be. But apparently, no one told Rovio this. The company is releasing Angry Birds Transformers for iOS with a 15-day exclusivity period.
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Last year, Samsung unleashed a pair of giant smartphones onto the market, both of which fell into the Galaxy Mega lineup. Now, the manufacturer has decided to go ahead and announce the Galaxy Mega 5.8′s followup, while also increasing the display size for good measure.
Samsung has officially announced the ... Read More »