As it stands whenever a bug for a piece of software is discovered, and depending on how serious and responsive the developers are, an update could be pushed out within a day, a couple of days, weeks, or sometimes even months like we’ve seen in the past, a good example being the latest OS X 10.10.4 release which finally addressed a WiFi issue plaguing OS X users for months on end.
That being said it seems that the folks at MIT have come up with an interesting way of solving this problem of waiting on updates. They have created a system called CodePhage which is basically a system that will be able to update software automatically and patch up any bugs it finds and it will do this by borrowing features from other applications. Read full post →CodePhage Patches Software Flaws, Borrows Features From Other Apps
It is expected that later this year, we could be treated to new Nexus handsets. In fact if the rumors are to be believed, LG and Huawei will be building two Nexus handsets and according to a recent image spotted on Google’s Android website, it is possible that we might have caught a glimpse of at least one of them.
This is thanks to a tip-off the folks at AndroidPIT have received from one of their readers. As you can see in the image above, it shows someone holding a phone that looks kind of similar to the Nexus 5. However it does seem to be a bit bigger but that might only be due to the way the photo was taken. Given that the Nexus 6 is the latest Nexus phone, it would have made sense for Google to use that phone instead, right? Read full post →Mysterious Smartphone Spotted On Google’s Android Website