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DROID Turbo Android 5.0 Update: What to Expect

Nearly a month after a initial release, this week Google finally started pushing a Nexus 6 Android 5.0.1 update to users. The Android 5.0.1 refurbish comes customarily weeks after Google’s initial Lollipop release, directed during regulating a few tiny problems with a initial program rollout final month. With a refurbish now here, we wish to go over a few things ... Read More »

Android 5.0.1 rolling out to Moto G initial and second gen

Motorola continues to stir with a program refurbish urgency, with both a initial and second era Moto G models now being treated to a latest Android 5.0.1 update. Few people have perceived a refurbish so distant though it does seem to be rolling out now and if it’s not accessible for we immediately it should be in a subsequent few ... Read More »

Android 5.0.2 bureau picture goes live for Nexus 7 (2012)

Factory picture of Android 5.0.2 Lollipop went live in AOSP. The new OS build in now accessible usually for Asus Nexus 7 (2012). The refurbish build series is LRX22G. The new Android Lollipop chronicle addresses issues with storage and a alarm of a tablet. It’s value observant that a Nexus 7 (2012) skipped Android 5.0.1 and jumped true to chronicle ... Read More »

Xbox looks to VR, Android gets Hearthstone, GTA 5 gets snowed under

A new Hearthstone expansion, a new Steam Machine controller, and… a new BioShock? Zelda Wii U, Street Fighter 5 and No Man’s Sky impress, though they’re no Shopper Simulator Xbox fights back, PlayStation studiously ignores it Christmas is reduction than a week away, that means, friends, that this is a final Week in Gaming you’ll read/endure in 2014 – greatfully ... Read More »

Cheap Black Friday/Cyber Monday Android tablets riddled with vulnerabilities …

Cheap tablets on offer over Black Friday and Cyber Monday might have seemed like a good deal, though confidence researchers advise that some of these inclination might be riddled with vulnerabilities, confidence misconfigurations, or even confidence backdoors. Security organisation Bluebox Labs went out and purchased over a dozen of Black Friday “bargain” Android tablets from distinguished retailers such Best Buy, ... Read More »