With the holiday season approaching, two new devices have made their way into the Google Play Store – a white Nexus 7 and LG G Pad Google Play Edition.
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Moto X Cyber Monday deal postponed
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CyanogenMod Installer removed from Google Play Store
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People are now more concerned regarding their privacy after discovering about efforts made by governments to spy on their communications. The most practical solution to keep messages, emails and calls secure is to use a cryptographic encryption mechanism. However, just like the name of the method, the installation process is inconvenient for most users. To solve this CyanogenMod will come with built in encryption system for text messages.
Couple of months back we got the news that Motorola is working on a modular phone project named ‘Project Ara’. Now, Dennis Woodside, CEO Motorola has confirmed that they are almost ready with a Project Ara prototype.
Google released Android 4.4.1 couple of days back, but along with Nexus users, the new update brings some news which would make Chromecast users happy too. Looks like Google is bringing Chromecast mirroring support to Android devices very soon.
Android 4.4 Kitkat based CyanogenMod 11.0 M1 build is now available for Nexus devices.
In next one or two years maybe we will be able to see Linux powered robots in action. This will put forward another space which is run or dominated by Linux.
Google has started rolling out the next update, Android 4.4.1 to some Nexus devices. Nexus 5 users are getting the new camera fixes and enhancements.
If you don’t want to wait for Google’s OTA, you can manually flash Android 4.4.1 on Nexus 5 from a Gnu/Linux system.
Google has finally released the most awaited Android 4.4.1 update which improves the camera experience on Nexus 5.
Samsung is planning to fuse touch sensors at the front and back of the transparent displays to allow different input operations in smartphones.
The creator of the most sought after ‘android’ of the world has been secretly working on creating a robotic division within Google.
Reports on the Internet indicate that Asus may soon be launching a new family of tablets. The tablet family will come in three flavours – M80T running Windows only, M81T running on Android only and M82T which will dual boot with Android and Windows.
Due to heavy traffic Motorola was forced to postpone the Cyber Monday deal of it’s Moto X phone.
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The company is set to release new Camera API (application programming interface) which will give developers access to core features which are already built into Android’s hardware abstraction layer (HAL).
In case you still are not in the know, AllCast Beta 7 is out.
Google asked the CM team to voluntarily remove the app from the store or they would be forced to remove it administratively.
Microsoft is very very scared of Linux, the same operating system its CEO Steve Ballmer once called cancer.
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Far from being over, the case would only drag on as Samsung decides to appeal both verdicts.