Daily Archive: January 30, 2014

Github activity points to 64-bit Android, but there’s a long road ahead – Ars Technica

Github activity points to 64-bit Android, but there’s a long road ahead
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While the vast majority of the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) code isn’t released to the community until after Google announces a new Android version, the Github repository houses code maintained by third parties that Google incorporates into its 

Samsung-Lenovo looks like the next Android battle royale – Yahoo News


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Samsung-Lenovo looks like the next Android battle royale
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Remember how much fun the Android phone market used to be, back before Samsung completely stomped out the competition and back when HTC, Motorola and LG all released hit devices? Well those days are long gone since the Galaxy Note 3 and the 
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Google’s Android empire is unravelingCITEworld
Google, Saying It Wants To Focus on Android, Smart Devices, Sells Motorola To Forbes
Know Your Mobile -Network World -CNNMoney
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AT&T’s Galaxy S4 Android 4.4 KitKat update coming soon – IntoMobile


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AT&T’s Galaxy S4 Android 4.4 KitKat update coming soon
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AT&T and Samsung are getting closer to launching a firmware update for the carrier’s version of the Galaxy S4 smartphone. This post at XDA Developers website has all the instructions and downloads needed to get your Galaxy S4 to the latest available 
Update Galaxy S3 to Android 4.3 I9300XXUGML3 Official Firmware [GUIDE]International Business Times UK
Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 Won’t Receive Android 4.5 with End of Life Cycle International Business Times AU
Android 4.4 KitKat Update: Galaxy Note 3 Rollout Continues As Samsung Admits International Business Times
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SwiftKey Note Brings the Basics of a Favorite Android Keyboard to iOS – TIME


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SwiftKey Note Brings the Basics of a Favorite Android Keyboard to iOS
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If you were to make a list of the biggest, most platform-defining differences between Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android, one point would be near the top: Android lets you plug third-party keyboards into the operating system, and iOS does not. On Android
After 100M+ Android Embeds In 2013, SwiftKey Outs Its 1st iOS App & Tells Us TechCrunch
Android doesn’t get all the fun: SwiftKey brings predictive keyboard ‘on VentureBeat
SwiftKey Note Brings Popular Android Keyboard to iOSRe/code

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Amazon’s Rumored Android Game Console Under $300 – Ve3d.com


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Amazon’s Rumored Android Game Console Under $300
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Last summer, rumors spread of Amazon’s intentions to release an Android-based game console. At the time, the device was reportedly planned for the end of 2013–clearly, that timeframe has slipped away. But according to a report from VG247, the world’s 
Amazon’s Android games console will undercut the PS4 and Xbox OneInquirer
Amazon’s Android console to launch this year priced below $300VG247
Amazon reportedly preparing to launch $300 Android gaming consoleDigital Trends
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The Android Experiment: Rooting and hacking – Inquirer

The Android Experiment: Rooting and hacking
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Because that’s where you can really explore what Android is capable of doing. Take an app like Titanium Backup – perhaps the most famous of the “root” apps. Among many other functions, it is capable of taking a complete image of your phone, or any app 

Microsoft slashes prices on Windows 8.1 tablets, achieves near-parity with … – ExtremeTech


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Microsoft slashes prices on Windows 8.1 tablets, achieves near-parity with
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We’ve known since IDF that Intel intended to put pressure behind Bay Trail’s sales volume by aggressively positioning the tablets across both Windows 8.1 and Android, but it seems Microsoft doesn’t want to be left behind — or undercut. The company has 
Windows 8.1 tablets get cut down to Android slate pricesGSMArena.com (blog)

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Google and Samsung may finally agree on what Android should… – The Verge

Google and Samsung may finally agree on what Android should…
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Samsung may be planning to cut back on its oft-criticized Android customizations. A new report from Recode claims that the company recently met with Google to begin working out an agreement that could see Samsung’s software move closer to Google’s 

Reported Google deal could see Samsung deliver cleaner Android, less bloat – Engadget


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Reported Google deal could see Samsung deliver cleaner Android, less bloat
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Google and Samsung agreeing to a 10 year patent licensing deal was good news for Android. But that might only be the tip of the iceberg. According to a report from Re/code the two are working together on a broader initiative that will bring the Samsung 
Samsung Galaxy S4 Android 4.4 KitKat Update: 5 Things To ExpectInternational Business Times AU
Samsung said to scale back its own Android apps on Google’s requestCNET
Google making Samsung tone down Android tweaks, own apps: ReportNDTV
Gotta Be Mobile -AndroidPIT.com -Phandroid.com
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Those patents gave Google the breathing room to build the Android operating system into the dominant force that it is today. It had no choice but to spend the money to shore up the foundation of Android’s profitability, because at the time, Google had
Why Android Is The Real Winner In The Motorola-Lenovo DealForbes
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Android enthusiasts dismayed by Google-Lenovo-Motorola dealGMA News
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