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It’s late, but the night owls never stop working. The factory image for Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Nexus 7 2012 has leaked and you can download it now.
We’ve had iOS 8, it’s time for Android to step up right? And boy has it. Rolling out on Nexus 6 and 9 in November as the first design, Android
With material design upon us in the form of Android Lollipop, version 5.0, we can now enjoy a whole bunch of updated apps that utilise the new design. However, it
Wednesday was a big day in the Android world, as Google announced the biggest update to Android ever: Android 5.0 Lollipop. While this is great news for Android enthusiasts, the
Among all the big announcements today was a little update from Motorola talking about updates coming to a number of Moto devices. Since Motorola and Google partnered on the Nexus
Today Google announced Android Lollipop, and with it a round of new devices including the Nexus 9, Nexus Player, and Nexus 6. While they announced information on when you can
Well, Android 5.0 is here, and it has been named Lollipop! Throwing almost everyone off! Not a surprise, as Google did the same thing last year with KitKat. To help
Today is a big day in the world of Android. Google announced via it’s blog the newest and biggest version of Android: Android 5.0, or Android Lollipop. There is a
With Android L due today, Sundar Pichai teases out a what he’s calling #NationalDessertDay in an attempt to find what sweet Android 5.0 will be named after. The usual suspects
October should just be dubbed “Nexus month”, as even if Google doesn’t announce a new Nexus at the beginning of the month, the internet blows up with rumors, reports, leaks,
You know those rumors that have been circulating this week suggesting Android L could be called Licorice when it’s launched? Heck, even the guy responsible for the giant lawn decorations
In the ongoing mystery that is what the next version of Android will be called, we might just have a new contender. Giovanni Calabrese, the guy that constructs the software
Developers can now get started building 64-bit apps. The new x86 64-bit Android L developer preview emulator image is now available. This will give developers greater access to increased addressable
If you own a Nexus 5 then you may have run into a very strange bug that involves the ‘mm-qcamera-daemon’ bug which takes up CPU and consequently drains the battery.
Back at Google I/O, Google walked us through their material design philosophy, and ever since, they’ve been updating apps to go along with it. Google has just updated another app