The Nexus 5 will come with a plastic back similar to the LG G2, instead of the back-glass featured on the Nexus 4. While this is certainly not a forward step in design innovation, especially considering the HTC One and Moto X grand designs, it is a lot more durable than the glass back, with
Key Lime Pie
The evidence is piling up on LG making the new Nexus device, with the Motorola rumour fading into nothingness. It seems Google has recalled their old friend to build the new Nexus 5, based on the LG G2. A new Chinese publication details how LG will take over the development stage and manufacture the product,
The Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 have been spotted running on the build number KRS36B, hinting strongly at a possible Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie based build. Google has traditionally named the build numbers starting with the letter of the operating system. Jelly Bean build numbers usually begin with the alphabet ‘J’ (JWR66V), Ice Cream
Something which is probably not too well known to many is that Google maintains two operating systems: Android and Chrome OS. Chrome OS, is different from Google’s Chrome Web Browser, but at the same time, the same. Chrome OS is essentially an operating system that is built around Google’s Chrome browser which runs web apps.
iOS7 has stepped the game up, while Android fans will still claim superiority in the mobile race, it has placed a bigger question on what Google will bring with the new software upgrade. While it is still suggested Android 4.3 will come soon, Key Lime Pie, the next large upgrade by Google, is cited for
It seems HTC is getting ready to release a superdevice to dominate the market later this year, or possibly early next year. The said device, according to DroidLife, is the HTC T6 with 1080p resolution. Then, it will finally have the much-rumored Key Lime Pie, which is Android’s next generation operating system. The new smartphone
Google will be holding their annual developers conference at downtown San Francisco at the Moscone Center, from May 15th to the 17th. The focus of the tech community will be on the keynote on day 1, which Google will take this opportunity to announce some exciting news and products. Android Key Lime Pie Not Expected
Android has had great success and Google will definitely be bringing a new version of the mobile operating system to Google I/O, the question is, how big will the update be. Android 4.2 was a small step up on the Jelly Bean platform, with some big moves in the camera software and Project Butter making
This is an update from our previous speculation that originally reported Android 5.0 would be announced at Google I/O next month. Google’s I/O 2013 conference is just around the corner and some reports are indicating that Google has delayed the launch of Android 5.0 ‘Key Lime Pie.’ According to a publication, Google is delaying the
If the rumors about the new Android operating system are to be believed, the Android 5.0 release is set on May 15 to 17, 2013 at the Google I/O event which will be held in Moscone Center, San Francisco, California. Update: speculations are now the OS will be released a few months after Google I/O.
Google’s I/O registration page went live a couple of days ago, and we now know that registration for this annual event will kick off next month on 13th. If you are abreast with the developments in the technology field, especially Google’s and other conferences, you will know that the Google I/O is not cheap, but
It’s that time of the year again when we begin speculating about new smartphones and the next major release of Android. The reason for excitement is more considering the fact that the next major release of Android is only four months away (May 2013), which isn’t a lot of waiting in the tech sphere. As
Motorola’s partnership with Google hasn’t reaped any fruits, not as of now at least. There have been several reports since the acquisition back in 2011 which suggested that Google is looking to create a new niche of smartphones along with Motorola. But we see none of that happening as Google went ahead and launched the
Google is more than likely working on Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, and hopefully they’ll be adding some much needed improvements Do not get me wrong, past firmware upgrades have been outstanding and have often exceeded expectations. Ice Cream Sandwich brought an astonishing UI revamp while Jelly Bean brought better performance with Project Butter. I