Originally codenamed “Android L” Android Lollipop made its debut during the Google I/O developers’ conference on June 25, 2014, and was officially released on November 3, 2014 on the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. Every Nexus from 4 to 10 now includes the Lollipop update. As for devices like the HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Note 4, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5 and entire Sony Xperia Z Series, Lollipop has slowly been arriving. That’s not to say there haven’t been any problems with the KitKat successor. There have been complaints that Android 5.0 has issues involving memory management, lacks a silent […]The post 15 Incredible Features That Make Android 5.0 “Lollipop” The Sweetest Yet by @albertcostill appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
According to TechCrunch, Google has officially rolled out its latest update to the mobile Android OS, known as 4.4 (or KitKat). Google announced several of the updates that are coming with KitKat, which will be available today on the Android Open Source Project and Nexus 5. The update will soon roll out to other versions of Nexus, […]Author informationKelsey JonesSearch & Social Consultant at MoxieDot.Kelsey Jones helps clients around the world grow their social media, content, and search marketing presence. She enjoys writing and consuming all kinds of content, both in digital and tattered paperback form.TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInThe post Google Releases Android 4.4 KitKat by @wonderwall7 appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Spending the weekend with Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch tablet, it’s easy to see why Amazon has built a commanding lead in the Android tablet space. The hardware, design, components, software and a surprisingly useful tech support feature called May Day combine to provide a very pleasing mid-sized tablet experience. The Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch (which has a companion 8.9-inch version in the wings), is, for now, the reigning champ in power, performance and screen resolution. Yes, it only matches the Google Nexus 7 in pixels per inch, but no other consumer tablet offers the same mobile CPU: Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 800, a quad-core component running at a zippy 2.2GHz. The Nexus 7 also has a Qualcomm processor, but it runs at 1.5GHz. Amazon’s tablet also has 2GB of RAM, double the 1GB found in the Nexus 7 and roughly quadruple the memory reportedly found in the iPad Mini. Read more…More about Review, Amazon, Kindle, Tech, and Gadgets