Google took a few months off from regularly scheduled Google Glass software updates but this month brings a big one: Glass is getting KitKit and several new usability improvements. Gone, however is the video calling for now.
A Sprint support page suggests a new version of Android is on the way. Don’t get too excited though: This is likely a minor maintenance release to address some lingering issues with KitKat.
Six months after Android Jelly Bean launched, 14 percent of devices are running it, says Chitika Insights. A new report from the company says only 10 percent now use KitKat nearly a half year after the newer software was introduced.
The battle of Android flagships is on as both the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 are here. We look at each briefly to help you decide between them. Google I/O is coming but before then I plan to install Android on my Chromebook.
Following in the footsteps of three other carriers, AT&T is ready to get Android 4.4.2 on the Moto X. A software change log is now live showing a few fixes and one new printing feature in the Android update.
KitKat is rolling out now to international Galaxy Note 3 handsets in Poland, so it’s only a matter of time before it makes it to your device.
Want to know why it’s taking so long for KitKat to come to your phone? HTC has made an infographic that sheds light on the update process, and it isn’t as simple as you think.
In less than 3 months, iOS 7 is running on 74% of iPhones, while KitKat is only running on 1% of Android devices after a month.
Add another tablet-optimized app to the list for Android. DoubleTwist, the excellent music player with AirPlay support, has a new look and new features that make it better on tablets.
Motorola has confirmed that the Moto G will be running Android 4.4 KitKat by the time it hits the US in January.