What does Google think about all the recent rumors surrounding the next Nexus and Android 4.2? The company won’t comment on rumors or speculation, but that hasn’t stopped one of their Android team members from sharing his thoughts on Google+. Dan Morrill summed up his thoughts after reading the rumor sites by saying, ... Read More »
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“People are f*cking idiots if they bought a Nexus for updates,” said a commenter on reddit. I’m not sure if I fully agree with that statement, but I feel like an idiot after I purchased the Verizon Galaxy Nexus on launch day and then recommended it to our audience of hardcore Android fans.
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Most tech enthusiasts raised an eyebrow upon finding out that the recently announced Samsung Galaxy Nexus would have a barometer. Measuring your altitude can be helpful for many reasons, but to the end consumer, it will most times be irrelevant. So what is that thing doing in our next device?
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Now that the Android 4.0 SDK is available, we’ll have tons of hackers tearing up the latest release searching for even more goodies hidden within the code. You could spend your time installing the emulator and playing with it yourself or you could just turn to Android engineer Dan Morrill for a ... Read More »
Google’s Dan Morrill has come out and debunked one of the latest rumors regarding Android 3.0. That’s right, Android 3.0 will not feature a minimum hardware requirement. Rumors have been floating around that Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) would require a dual-core processor, leaving several older Android tablets (namely the Samsung Tab) out in the cold.
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Back in June Russian blogger Eldar Mrtazin reported that Gingerbread would have minimum hardware requirements including a 1 GHz processor. The story was quickly debunked by Google engineer Dan Morrill as false, but many people still believe it to be true – including the person who runs LG’s Facebook account.
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