Google’s latest Android release only has a 9% market share 7 months after release.
Some users are reporting that their Android devices that have been updated to Android 5.0 lollipop are seemingly sluggish or slow after getting the update
Over the course of 2014 there have been many great Android Phones but we decided to make the Android phone buying decision easier by picking our top 5
Today was a day of good news for all Nvidia Shield Tablet owners and potential owners.
Many of you have been waiting for this day ever since Google announced Android 5.0 Lollipop earlier this year, and today the update is finally out
The recently released Nvidia Shield tablet is slated for an update this month to big the devices a shiny new ROM.
Google’s earnings for the third quarter of 2014 disappointed Wall Street and investors’ expectations as they missed on earnings per share.
Google launched three new products today, two we anticipated and one we didn’t. We finally get an official launch on the Nexus 9, Nexus 6 and Nexus Play
Popular smartphone leaker, Evan Blass, also known as Evleaks, has leaked another much anticipated device, the Google Nexus 6, supposedly made by Motorola
We have learned that Google’s latest tablet, the HTC Nexus 9 will be launching on October 15th at $399 and will be available in stores November 3rd.
Today Google celebrated their 16th birthday with a nice big cake laden with a fairly sizable amount of lollipop on the top. In fact, it seems a bit odd that someone would put that many lollipop candies on a birthday cake, well, that is unless you’re Google. Considering that Google’s next version of the Android operating system carries the “L release” name without an official name, there’s a very good chance that the latest version of Android, possible Android 5.0 will be named Lollip0p. Obviously this is a pretty unsubstantiated rumor, but Google loves to allude to things through their posts on social media. They
After yesterday’s unbelievably long Google I/O opening keynote, Google published a lot of supporting documents. Some of those documents include the Android L Release’s own Material design and the supporting documentation. If you go through that documentation, you will notice that they have renders of familiar Google hardware. That includes the Google Chromebook Pixel and the Google Nexus 5. However, there is also an interesting device that appears to be an Android tablet sitting between them. That device actually fairly accurately represents the description given by rumors of the potential Nexus 9 tablet that is built by HTC and powered by Tegra K1. The above
This year’s Google IO opening keynote was by far one of the longest keynotes I have ever watched by a single company, let alone a single presenter (2 1/2 hours long). This year’s announcement was squarely focused on the Android operating system and barely on any hardware at all. In fact, almost all of the hardware mentioned today at Google IO has already been announced in one way or another. So, unlike many were expecting, Google did not announce a new Nexus 6, Nexus 9 or any other Nexus devices. They talked about the Moto 360 and the LG G Watch but that was about