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The countdown has begun and it looks like August 20th will be the big launch day for Android P according to a brand new leak.
Google has released the final developer preview of Android P, meaning that we are getting extremely close to the final release.
We've gathered up all of the juicy Pixel 3 rumors we could find in one handy place. Here's what we should expect phone-wise from Google later this year.
Google has released the Android P Developer Preview 4 software for owners of the Pixel and Pixel 2 lineup. There are a few new features including Dark Mode!
Every year more users turn to their smartphones to browse the web, place orders, and communicate with others in lieu of using a desktop...
The Android P launcher is now available after the latest beta software was released during the Google I/O 2018 keynote. This is compatible with any device running Android Oreo.
Among all of the great things introduced in Android P at yesterday's Google I/O, the swipe gesture navigation was perhaps the most exciting. Here's how to enable it on your phone should you wish to try out Android P beta!
Google has opened the new beta program for Android P. Not only will you be able to download this on your Pixel, but there are some non-Google devices joining the program.
During I/O 2018, Google talked about some of its major products including Android TV. The search giant revealed a host of new features coming to the platform via Android P.
There were quite a few announcements made during the Google I/O 2018 keynote. We take a look at all of the announcements and condense them into the seven biggest.
Unless you have been living under a rock, you may have noticed that Google I/O 2018 kicked off today. The keynote mentioned quite a...
Google shows off some of the biggest changes in its upcoming release of Android. Slated to officially arrive alter this year, the next build is smarter and more intuitive than ever. Not only that, but it will help you spend less time with your face in the phone. What's new in Android P?
Android P is the latest version of Android and it comes with a lot of interesting new features and updates. Here is how to get some of the top five Android P features on any Android phone.
Android P seems to be getting a gesture-initiated, vertically-arrayed multitasking menu. Leaks also show that the navigation bar is getting reworked a bit as well.
This first Wear OS preview only brings with it five new features, one only able to be noticed by developers. Also, the preview can only be installed on the Huawei Watch 2 and Huawei Watch 2 Classic.
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