Google aims to make Android more lucrative for business users in next firmware upgrade

Android-Collectible-businessman-600x370

While Android’s popularity continues to grow at an exponential rate, it’s no secret that Google would love for their mobile OS to become even more lucrative for business users. Thus, Google plans on taking several steps to do just that for their successor to KitKat which should be released either during this year’s Google IO, or later in the fall, coinciding with their new Nexus smartphone.

 

Google’s head of Android, Sundar Pichai, will lead the way in providing new features such as storage of sensitive information directly on chips, stronger data encryption, as well as compatibility with apps that require extra authentication.

With Google IO registrations made public today, do you think Google will unveil KitKat’s successor at IO or wait till fall with the new Nexus smartphone?

source: The Information
via: TheNextWeb

» See more articles by Macky Evangelista


Google+13Facebook14Twitter29
  • VV

    Bleak future for root

    • Guillaume

      Nah, we’ll find ways, as usual

    • Guest123

      4.3 is the version to stay with — time for the community to take it from there.

    • ShapesBlue

      I think more and more people will attempt to go with dev or Google play editions for phones if that’s the case. The devs will still do what they can to break root

  • Chris

    Just out of curiosity what do they mean by “storage of sensitive information directly on chips”