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Android L Emulator Means You Need No Nexus Handset
Much has been said and done about the recently announced Android L over at Google I/O 2014, where we do know that Android L will be released soon on select Android-powered handsets. For instance, the Android L Preview system image has already rolled out for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, while those who own the HTC One (M8) and HTC One (M7) will have to wait for a maximum […]

Android L Preview System Image For Nexus 5 And Nexus 7 Released
Yesterday during its I/O 2014 keynote Google showed off Android L. It is the next major update for the Android platform. While it won’t be publicly released until later this year, Google showed off some of the new features and improvements yesterday and also promised to release a preview system image for select devices. One day later it follows through on that promise. The Android L preview system image for […]

Google’s Chrome OS Gets More Comfortable With Android
With the rather interesting Continuity features that Apple showed off during WWDC 2014, which make iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite powered devices play nice with each other, we expected Google to show us something along the same lines during its annual developers conference. And it did, even though its not entirely the same as Continuity, the new relationship between Chrome OS and Android works well for the entire ecosystem.

Android L Release For HTC One M8, M7 Promised Within 90 Days Of Launch
As you might have heard today Google’s annual developer conference kicked off in San Francisco. One of the major announcements made during the keynote was Android L. Its the upcoming major release of Google’s mobile platform and today the company detailed most of the new features that its going to bring. What Google didn’t say is when this software is going to be released to end users. HTC today made […]

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Android L Offers New Design, Expands Android’s Potential
[Google I/O 2014] Google has just announced Android L over at this year’s edition of Google I/O, where Android L is touted to boast of 5,000 new APIs, sporting a whole new look along the way that will hopefully make the Android operating system function on more than just smartphones and tablets, going to show how Google is serious about expanding their reach of Android across multiple other device categories.