Xiaomi first unveiled MIUI 7 back in August, and after two months of testing, the Chinese company is ready to begin rolling out a global, stable build. MIUI 7 is based on Android 5.1 Lollipop, if you were wondering.
Giving a child a Nexus 9 or Galaxy Tab S2 for Christmas might not be the best idea. That’s where Fuhu and its Nabi line of kids tablets comes in, offering a slate that can hold up to a child’s fingerprints and potential damage they’ll put the device through. However, the Nabi 2 is getting old, and Fuhu is back to refresh the line with the all-new Elev-8.
The new Nexus phones are out and everyone seems to be really liking the fingerprint readers in them. However, fingerprint sensors will soon be coming to many other Android phones, but will people find them just as nice to use?
Today, Google posted the Android 6.0 Marshmallow factory images for the Nexus 5X. They are available for download to anyone wishing to flash the images to their Nexus device. Read more
Ever since Google officially announced Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the world last month, we’ve been waiting to see which manufacturer will be the first (other than Google and its Android One partners, of course) to update its devices to this latest version of Android. Thanks to a press release issued earlier today, it would appear that LG has sprung out of the traps ahead of the pack, by announcing that its G4 handset will be the world’s first handset to receive the Marshmallow update.
‘Minion Paradise’ is a new game for Android and iOS released by Electronic Arts in partnership with Illumination Entertainment, the creators of the Minions movie franchise. The app takes you in an adventure, as a silly minion named Phil, is responsible for the sinking of an entire cruise ship. To compensate for his mistake, he decides to turn the deserted tropical island in which the minions crash on into the perfect vacation resort destination. Your goal is to help Phil transform this island into the perfect tropical resort. Read more
The Nexus 10 was a great tablet and is still perfectly useable for the average consumer. Unfortunately, Google has decided not to update it to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. However, just because Google won’t update it, doesn’t mean you can’t.
Remote desktop software company LogMeIn has purchased LastPass, the password manager system that was recently subject to hack, for $125 million. With this deal, nothing will be changing at LastPass, according to a post on LastPass’ official blog.
Android Marshmallow is making its way to Nexus handsets, and it leaves many wondering when Android 6.0 will hit their devices. There’s a lot of factors that go into preparing a new Android version for phones like the LG G4, Galaxy S6, and so on, thus the long wait for the latest flavor of Android. However, SamMobile, with the help of some inside sources, was able to get their hands on a list of devices that are expected to receive Marshmallow.