Android Wear 5.1.1 Rolls Out with WiFi Support
May21

Android Wear 5.1.1 Rolls Out with WiFi Support

Google announced today on its forum that the Android Wear 5.1.1 watches are starting to roll out. Reports also suggest that some owners of LG G Watch and LG G Watch R have installed the latest update, which brings a host of new features including Wi-Fi support, drawing emojis, and wrist gestures. While the Android Wear 5.1.1 update will be made available to all the Android Wear smart watches, we can’t expect Wi-Fi support to become...

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Android Gaming Industry to Earn More Revenues than the iOS Gaming
May21

Android Gaming Industry to Earn More Revenues than the iOS Gaming

Google Play has been regularly performing well over the iOS App Store in terms of average downloads per app. However, the branding of Apple has helped it capitalize on the market for the longest time, but that may all change in the next couple of years. Digi-Capital, an advisory firm, released a report backed with data and research that predicts Android apps to make more revenue than Apple and Microsoft as early as 2018. The Google...

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Key Features That Make Way to Android Wear With The New Lollipop Update
May20

Key Features That Make Way to Android Wear With The New Lollipop Update

The Android 5.1.1 has finally started rolling out and will be available to a wide range of Android Wear devices. However, that is just the tip of the iceberg as reports suggest that Google is current working on bringing the next gen features to its range of wearable tech. While a new smart watch is not out of the question, Artem Russakovskii suggests that Google will upgrade the wearable hardware to accommodate the upcoming features....

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Nvidia 500GB Shield Pro Android TV console Makes Brief Appearance On Amazon
May20

Nvidia 500GB Shield Pro Android TV console Makes Brief Appearance On Amazon

It was in the last week of April when Nvidia enthusiasts were treated with delightful news as the Nvidia 500 GB Shield Pro Android TV console made its first appearance on the company’s website. Available for $299 with a toned down 16 GB version, the console was met with critical acclaim by the community members. However, it did not take time for Nvidia to respond to the community that the 500GB Shield Pro won’t be available for...

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Android Report Card: Is the Clean App Network Effective?
May19

Android Report Card: Is the Clean App Network Effective?

Android users are plagued by bad apps in the app store. A growing number of users have noticed that, as popularity of the Android platform has grown, so to have the threats. Originally conceived by M2Catalyst, the idea behind the Clean App Network (CAN) is that apps will be play-tested and verified ad-free. Users can download bundled apps with no ads or other problems (i.e. malware). Is it working?   Reaching Out To Developers:...

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Three of the Biggest Android Milestones In Recent Years
May15

Three of the Biggest Android Milestones In Recent Years

  Time sure passes by quickly! It has been nearly 8 years since Android was first heard of. As of today, it is the leading operating system in smart phones with over 1 billion devices in use worldwide. The ride wasn’t certainly easy for Android, especially after what Nokia had to say about Android ventures. Initially, despite the perceived lack of experience in the mobile market, Android 1.6 Donut firmware was launched. From then...

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