Over the last several years, Google has established a yearly release cycle for Nexus phones. So it stands to reason that Nexus tablets will receive the same treatment. The first Nexus 7 was released at last year’s Google I/O, which means that about three months from now, we should be seeing a follow-up device. Today, ... Read More »
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Google has taken to Twitter today to announce the dates on which Google I/O 2013 will be held. This year’s developer conference will take place starting on May 15, and run until the 17th.
Much like Android itself, Google has turned Google I/O into something rather amazing in a very short amount of time. Not ... Read More »
Key Lime Pie has been generally accepted as the name for the next big Android update, likely due out this summer. But we’ve yet to see any official confirmation of the name. The comic that’s popping up everywhere today is certainly not the official confirmation we’re waiting for, but since it was drawn by a ... Read More »
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LG first announced their flagship Android phone the Optimus G last month, and today the company released additional details about the global launch at an event in Korea. LG said the phone will go on sale in Korea starting next week followed by key global markets in October. An additional report from the Read More »
Now that Google has released the Nexus 7, and rolled out updates for the Galaxy Nexus to Android 4.1, we’re already looking forward to what’s next. We’re fairly confident the next big update to hit Android will be known as Key Lime Pie, but when will we finally see it?
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Back in May the Wall St. Journal reported there would be multiple Nexus devices this year, but the rumors have been awfully quiet since then. Today we received a tip that Japanese carrier DoCoMo’s fall lineup has leaked and it includes three possible Nexus devices.
We know Google’s already hard at work on the next big update to Android (aka Jelly Bean), but what’s the next Android treat going to be called? According to The Verge, a trusted source has revealed to them that the Android team has settled on Key Lime Pie. Obviously, there are not a ... Read More »