An Apple customer’s thoughts on Google I/O 2015

While Android customers can’t use Apple services, Apple customers can and do use a lot of Google services. That means, while Apple’s WWDC is of little interest to hard-core Android customers, Google I/O can and often is of significant interest to Apple customers. This year was no exception, especially when you consider the new Google […]

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OneDrive for Windows Phone update with Cortana search now available

It looks like the update to OneDrive for Windows Phone that brings along some new search integration with Cortana is rolling out to devices. The update was announced last night, but has been slow out the gate. Here is a summary of 31457 at http://www.windowscentral.com and if you want to read full article you should go […]

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Google Wallet isn’t being completely replaced by Android Pay, but big changes are coming

When Android Pay was unveiled at Google I/O, questions swirled about Google Wallet — now we have a better idea of what’s going on. Android Pay is a new initiative from Google that seems to be a more comprehensive effort at a payments system, hitting key points and features that Google Wallet never did. With […]

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What do you think will happen after Android Z?

Now that Android M is official, we’re realizing that Google will eventually run out of letters for its major Android releases. So, what will happen after Android Z is out?… Here is a summary of phonearena and if you want to read full article you should go to original website and this article back to […]

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OnePlus One price cut coming on June 1st?

A teaser produced by OnePlus earlier this week hinted that a big announcement was coming from the manufacturer. The teaser showed an image of the OnePlus One with an eraser and a pencil, and the words “Time To Change” on the bottom. Along with sources indicating that an announcement is coming from the OnePlus camp […]

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Gartner: First quarter of 2015 saw iOS draw a little closer to Android

Gartner’s latest data on the global smartphone industry was released today, and it shows that Apple continued to show growth in the first quarter. While Android still led the way with 265 million units shipped during the three month period, Google’s open source OS had a slight decline with its share of the world-wide smartphone […]

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Download 55 ringtones and sounds from Android M

f you want to get an early aural feel for how the new Android release will sound without having to flash a work-in-progress version of the operating system, feel free to download the archive and use the ringtones that you like… Here is a summary of phonearena and if you want to read full article […]

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Android M: all 55 new features explained (full changelog)

The Android M Developer Preview is now available for download for devs to start optimizing their apps to make them fully ready for launch when Android M launches on retail devices at the end of Q3 2015… Here is a summary of phonearena and if you want to read full article you should go to […]

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It won’t be Milkshake – Google’s VP of Android shoots down rumors about Android M’s name

Alas, Milkshake won’t bring all the Android fans to the yard… Here is a summary of phonearena and if you want to read full article you should go to original website and this article back to From phonearena.phonearena

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Android M is now official and it will be all about the user experience

Global adoption rates for Android Lollipop may be just breaking the 10% barrier, but that doesn’t mean that Google hasn’t been hard at work since the last major update was made official at Google I/O 2014. All this effort has yielded Android M — announced just now at Google I/O 2015 — and that means […]

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