The great thing about buying a Google device is the software support. You get new version of Android first, you get monthly security updates without fail, and Google guarantees at least two years of OS update support and three years of security update support. Read More »
BlackBerry is a company that found itself on the verge of bankruptcy after its traditional, keyboarded devices fell out of fashion. After a period of floundering, the company began to recover itself with its foray into Android smartphones with specific modifications to appeal to former BlackBerry users.
The first Android phone from BlackBerry ... Read More »
Brazil is a country that’s quickly rising, and it plays host to an enormous new market for tech companies. Google is well aware of that fact, and while the company already has extensive operations in Brazil, it’s making a point to develop services with Brazil in mind. Today brings in a smattering of app updates ... Read More »
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Samsung’s track record with monthly security updates has not been so great when it comes to unlocked models as of late. You’d think that unlocked models would have the best support, but that’s currently not the case.
Thankfully, that should now change. Samsung “have now resolved the challenges” that prevented monthly updates and will provide ... Read More »
Google is improving the Play Store for Android, but rather than focus on the users this time around, the company is focusing on developers. It introduced some tweaks to help developers with apps, and games in particular, on the Play Store.
The first tweak is a change to the algorithm that promotes games. Rather than ... Read More »
The app management screen in the Google Play Store is pretty rudimentary. You get a list of installed apps and a list of all apps you’ve previously installed. That may change soon.
The images you see above reportedly show how the new app management screen will soon look. There is a separate tab for updates ... Read More »
Android Nougat launched today and all of you lucky Nexus owners are starting to get the update. Being on the forefront of Android updates is great, but Google is already working on improving Nougat.
Android Nougat is getting a new maintenance schedule, and Google ... Read More »
With the announcement of the new Honor 8, some were wondering if a brand many in the U.S. don’t know can keep up with software updates. Now the company has pledged future software support for the device and other ... Read More »
Google is being very open about how long it will support Nexus devices. A support page describes the rules Google has set, and honestly, they’re extremely good. Android version updates are guaranteed for at least two years from launch, and security patches are guaranteed for three years from launch or 18 months after the Google Store ... Read More »
Unlimited original quality storage for Nexus devices among changes tipped for future Google Photos update
A recent Google Photos update may have appeared to include little more than bug fixes, but according to code found within the app, much more interesting features are coming soon, including unlimited original quality photo storage for Nexus devices, album sorting and more.
Today’s information comes courtesy of Android Police, who has torn ... Read More »