We’re now at Android 9.0 Pie, and Google is ready to finally end API service releases for one of the platform’s aging versions.
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Chrome for Android devices saw its debut years ago for users running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but everything has an end, and it would appear that new features for Chrome on Ice Cream Sandwich are about to reach its end.
According to a blog post published on March 3 on the Chromium Blog, the ... Read More »
Adoption of Android 4.4 KitKat has steadily been increasing in recent months, going from 1.8 percent in February to 2.5 percent in March and then jumping to 5.3 percent in April. This month saw KitKat’s biggest growth ... Read More »
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It’s that time of the month once again, Android fans. Yes, it’s time to check in with Google on its Android distribution stats and find out which versions of its mobile operating system are being most widely used.
We’ll start our recap of February 2014′s Android version distribution numbers with a quick round of “Good ... Read More »
New month, new Android platform distribution numbers. After gathering data from all of the devices that accessed the Play Store during the 7-day period ending on Jan. 8, Google has shared the results on its official Android Developers website, giving us an idea of how widespread each of its desserts are.
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Qualcomm announced back in early September that it would be joining the ever-growing group of manufacturers that are working on a smartwatch with a device known as the Toq. The Toq features a 1.55-inch Mirasol display that Qualcomm says is “clearly visible” in sunlight and helps the watch ... Read More »
After officially introducing us to its Toq smartwatch over two months ago, Qualcomm today revealed when we’ll actually be able to buy the thing. The Qualcomm Toq will officially go on sale on Monday, Dec. 2, complete with a price tag of $349.99. The watch is compatible with devices running ... Read More »
Typically, when we talk about a phone with a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor, 13 megapixel camera, 2 megapixel front-facing camera, NFC, 2100 mAh battery and a 4.8-inch 720p display, you’d expect a $200 device with two-year contract from one of the major carriers. But Pantech is looking to change things up a bit. The new ... Read More »
The wait for the HTC Thunderbolt Android 4.0 update may soon come to an end! A recent tweet from HTC claims that Ice Cream Sandwich for the Thunderbolt “will be here soon.” No further details about the update are given, but we now have confirmation that Verizon and HTC didn’t scrap the update after ... Read More »
The transition away from the old Android, anything below Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, has been slow and painful. It’s been a year since Android made the major shift away from the confused mess that was its earlier releases. Now it’s time to see just how many users are actually enjoying the more mature operating ... Read More »