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When Google revealed the name for the next version of its mobile operating system, there was still something we didn’t know about: the version number. The wait to find that out, though, didn’t last long. The video of the Nougat statue unveiling posted on YouTube tells us that the upcoming version of Android is officially Android 7.0 Nougat.
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By now, most of us have probably used the OK Google command at least once, quite likely using it to find the answer to a question or perhaps for the route to a new destination through Google Maps. But that’s the mere surface of what you can do with the OK Google command, it’s capable of a lot more. A whole lot more, and you can learn how much more by joining us after the break to check out a really useful website that an enterprising young developer has created that holds more than 150 voice commands, with more than a thousand variations.
There’s not a person in this world that hasn’t had their phone abruptly shutdown because of lacking power. These days, mobile devices just demand so much power that it can be tough for the average battery to keep up. Nextbit believes it can figure out a way to lengthen battery life on its own phone at the very least.
Later this year, battery life could be drastically improved for the Nextbit Robin. The company is working on a way to maximize the longevity of power by studying the technology that hasn’t kept up with the times.
It’s that time of the month again where Google posts its monthly Android Security Bulletin. The Bulletin for June is rather interesting, as there was a pretty big vulnerability where code could be executed through email, web browsing, and MMS by processing media files.
It was just last year when Google introduced its Google Photos service for backing up one’s images and videos to the cloud. At Google I/O, the tech giant gave us a quick stat on how far it has come in just one year.
Google is preparing to roll out version 1.21 of Google Photos, which may be a big update for some according to sources.
Android N was announced today at Google’s annual Developer Conference held in Mountain View California. If you didn’t catch the keynote, you might be wondering what the official name of Android N is.
During Google’s keynote at Google I/O 2016 held in Mountain View California, the tech giant unveiled Android N, the latest version of their mobile operating system. Here are all the major new features.