If you believe that lollipops have business being on top of (or even in) cakes, then please disregard this piece of guesswork. People are buzzing (maybe with too much cake) because of Google’s 16th anniversary birthday cake which they posted … Continue reading Did Google confirm that Android L will be Lollipop?
Android L, and its reference Nexus device or devices, is just a month or so away. So naturally, rumors surrounding those new Nexus smartphone and/or tablet are starting to settle down. The Motorola “Shamu”, alternately referred to as the Nexus … Continue reading Motorola “Shamu”/Nexus 6 finally gets more detailed leaks
Gadget leaker @upleaks has come up with news from HTC – one of the major players in the smartphone market that has been relatively quiet in comparison to all who took part in the IFA 2014 gadget rush. But according … Continue reading HTC planning to out a new smartphone, codename ‘EYE’
After CyanogenMod published its blog post about its plans forAndroid L support, Xposed Framework creator rovo89 is making a similar appeal to the Android community for a bit of objective analysis and a lot of patience. The summary of the situation is that Android L is still a fast-moving target that it isn’t practical to work on polishing Xposed for it. The developer would rather release a version that works well a bit later, rather than one that is too early but barely functions. The biggest factor in this uncertainty of Xposed’s immediate release on Android L, even in a preview form, … Continue reading Android L and Xposed: Keep Calm and Wait for It
Today at Google I/O, Chrome Director of Product Management Avni Shah introduced the new version of Chrome coming in the next Android update dubbed Android L. As expected, we got a couple of feature updates. But it isn’t just a better version of Chrome. There is a clear and more profound message coming from Google. The company wants to blend native apps with web tabs. And the end of native apps as we know them could be closer than we might think. In Android L, the redesigned app switcher looks a lot like Safari on iOS 7. It shows you … Continue reading Google Blurs The Line Between Web And Native Apps On Android