First unofficial Lollipop build shows up for Oneplus One

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So far several OEMs have surprised many by releasing Android Lollipop for their respective devices at a significantly faster rate than what we have come to expect. In particular Motorola released their build for the Moto X 2014 earlier than Google released the official build for the Nexus ...

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Download and install latest Google Calender 5.0 APK (Material Design)

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Google has just promoted Google Calender to Material Design! In Google Calender 5.0, you get a completely redesigned app along with Gmail and Google Now reminder integration. This is all right in align with what we reported yesterday. The widget is also redesigned with Material Design in mind ...

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Messenger is introduced while Hangouts is hanging on

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When new devices are officially announced, the Android fans go wild. It doesn’t matter which manufacturer they like the most, or what they can afford. Any device announcement is met with open and embracing arms. While most enthusiasts just look at the form of the device, there are those ...

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HTC Nexus 9 announced for November 3

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The new Nexus family is out, and the HTC Nexus 9 brings the latest iteration of Android 5.0 Lollipop, to a beautiful tablet. The Nexus 9 comes with the typical Nexus matte back finishing, and a metal frame, which seems to be the trend with Android devices nowadays. It has a 8.9 inch IPS LCD... ...

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Android L developer preview live now!

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Android L was announced yesterday at Google I/O without a code name and without a version number. What was announced was a developer preview to be released the following day, which is today! The downloads are now available here. The downside is, you must have a developer device meaning you must ...

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Next version of Android to be 4.4 KitKat, not 5.0 Key Lime Pie

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Those of us who have been waiting for Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie to be announced, you’re going to be disappointed. Google has officially unveiled the name of the next version of Android. Android 4.4 will be called KitKat. Say it with me now: “give me a break!” It’s true. ...

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