Android 5.0 Rolling Out to Older Nexus Devices Right Now

Android 5.0 Lollipop has started rolling out to previously launched Nexus devices and that happened over the past hours. The release’s delay was caused by some software bugs having to do with battery life. Right now, if you own a Nexus 4, Nexus 5 or Nexus 7 you should be getting Lollipop soon. The thing is that the rollout takes place in waves... 

Google Updates Material Design Resources, As Android 5.0 Gets Released

Google originally released its Material Design guidelines back in July and took this decision as a mechanism of getting feedback from developers in order to refine the design features of the Android 5.0 platform. Today it has updated the resources and guidelines with new features. This means that together with the Android 5.0 SDK that has just been... 

Google Teases Android 5.0 Via Tweet, New Platform to Unifiy Design Across Devices

Google has apparently teased the upcoming version of Android, with the image shown below, through a Twitter post. That’s Android 5.0 by all accounts, since the time on the right upper corner is 5:00 and that place is usually reserved for a hint regarding the Android version. Google innocently posted this picture on Twitter, promoting the use... 

Google Posts I/O 2013 Schedule With Lots of Android Related Events

This year the Android OS is supposed to go up yet another version, though recent rumors seem a bit discouraging for those that were hoping to see Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie in action. At the Google I/O event that is going to take place at the end of the month there will be plenty to see in regards to our favorite OS and a lot more. However you put... 

Rumored Android 4.3 to Be Announced at Google I/O – Still Jelly Bean

It would seem Google is not rushing to release a new version of Android and to be honest there are a couple of strong reasons that may lie behind this ultimate decision. Last year the Nexus devices have managed to score a bunch of JB updates fixing all sorts of features and bringing a lot of new features. It is since long well known that only... 

With Google I/O So Close Here are a Few Things You Can Expect

As it happens every year, one of the main events is held by Google and for developers and technology fans alike to get a taste of what is coming. For this year there are a bunch of expectations in terms of both software and hardware that may come to life. Google I/O 2013 will be held in the Moscone Center in San Francisco. It is going to take place... 

Chrome Android Statue Placed on Google Campus, a Hint of OS To Come?

Google’s campus and its statues are an excellent hint when it comes to future Android releases. They usually post their new mascots close to the announcement time, but this time a mystery Chrome Android statue has been spotted on the property. You can check it out in the image below and you can see that it’s the usual Android tiny robot,... 

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie Concept is All About Simplicity

2013 came without much info regarding Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the occasional concept UI, right? Alan McGarrity imagines the way that the future OS release will look like and we have to say that this degree of simplicity is certainly welcome. McGarrity thinks that there should be 3 main areas of the... 

Android Key Lime Pie Name Confirmed by Google Employee

Before Android 4.2 was announced we supposed that it was going to be the Key Lime Pie release that everyone was waiting for. With version 4.2 actually being Jelly Bean, yet again, version 5.0 will probably be Key Lime Pie. And today we also get a confirmation that KLP is actually the official name of the future release, courtesy of Manu Cornet, a Google... 

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