09/03/2013, Vice President of Android, Chrome and Google Apps, Sundar Pichai, announced today that Google’s mobile platform has now been activated on more than one billion devices around the globe. To celebrate this occasion, a KitKat Android statue has been propped up outside the company’s Mountain View campus. Yes, that’s right, KitKat. The chocolate, if you’re still confused. Turns out, the next Android release is going to be named after the […]
07/16/2013, There are certain Samsung smartphones that are yet to receive the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update, these include the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S3. Rumor has it that Samsung might not roll out said update for these devices, instead opting to skip it in favor of Android 4.3. The problem is though, no one knows exactly when Android 4.3 is going to be released. To make matters worse, Google […]
06/28/2013, The Android Key Lime Pie is set for a rollout later this fall if rumors prove to be true.
06/17/2013, It has been said that the next update of the Android mobile operating system would bump Jelly Bean to version 4.3, but that particular version number is said to lack any major, earth shattering changes, so most folks have already cast an eye in the direction of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Well, what do you think one can expect from Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie when it arrives? We […]
06/12/2013, Rumor has it that Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie release date is going to be in October. This update will also reportedly be heavily optimized and will be able to run on devices with RAM as low as 512MB.
04/25/2013, There was a rumor earlier on concerning the Motorola X Phone arriving in 20 different colors, which would be a range that would even put Nintendo and their collection of 3DS XL models to shame, and it would be a throwback to the heydays of Nokia when they rolled out as many colors as there were models. Well, it seems that a new device has been spotted on an AnTuTu […]
04/23/2013, A lot has already been rumored about Google’s I/O conference. It is believed that the company will announce a revamped Nexus 7 and a 32GB LTE Nexus 4 instead of a next generation Nexus 5 smartphone. Google was also expected to announce the next major Android platform update, Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Its release has now reportedly been delayed by as much as four months to give ample time […]
04/21/2013, When the Nexus 4 smartphone was announced last year, many were wondering how the smartphone was going to perform without 32GB storage or LTE compatibility. It is now being reported that come May, Google will be launching a revised version of the Nexus 4. It won’t have any design or internal hardware changes, save for the fact that it will come with 32GB internal storage and 4G LTE network compatibility. […]
04/19/2013, When Apple released its Game Center back when iOS 4 debuted, the company single-handedly provided what many iOS gamers wanted for years: a unified multiplayer service. It’s been two years since Game Center was released, and it looks like Android may be working on a similar service according to analyzed code from Google’s MyGlass application. According to Android Police who first uncovered this bit of code within Google’s MyGlass app, […]
03/26/2013, You can more or less say that the Android mobile operating system has jumped by leaps and bounds ever since it appeared on the scene a few years ago, and with its latest iteration in the form of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, you can say that it has the iOS from Apple on the backpedal in some aspects. Whispers abound that the next version of the Android operating system will […]
02/28/2013, Sound the alarms! Man the battle stations! Word has gotten out that Google has already uploaded a spanking new Linux 3.8 kernel repository, and in this latest edition, it is said to come with features such as “Samsung Exynos DRM advancements, open-source NVIDIA Tegra driver inclusion and lowered RAM usage.” One ought to bear in mind that Android 4.1 Jelly Bean relied on the Linux 3.0 kernel as its base, […]
02/01/2013, We reported on a leaked Qualcomm roadmap which revealed a possible announcement for Android Key Lime Pie to be set in spring 2013, which coincides with this year’s Google I/O, which is scheduled for May 15-17th. It looks as though there was more to that leak than we originally thought as apparently Qualcomm has been scrambling to remove any traces of the leak across the Internet. Qualcomm has been sending […]
01/31/2013, Google’s naming convention for their Android mobile operating system has stuck to desserts that follow the alphabetical order, and just last December, it seems that the Android Key Lime Pie name has been confirmed as the next Android version. Well, here is another “confirmation” of sorts as the world continues to wait for what comes after Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was introduced at Google I/O in June last year. Apparently, […]
12/03/2012, Prior to Android 4.2’s release, many folks were speculating that this could very well be known as Android 4.2 Key Lime Pie to keep up with tradition that required a sweet dessert name to be associated with the next major release of an Android operating system update. Well, unfortunately for pundits and everyone else looking on in interest, version 4.2 of Android retained the Jelly Bean moniker, and hence it […]