“To the Moon” is a popular story-based RPG that was discovered by most gamers on the PC platform, and an announcement was made in August 2016 that ports to mobile (Android and iOS) were being developed. Now that day has arrived, at least for Android gamers – the beloved game is finally available via the
TomTop offers the TX3 Pro 4K 8GB Smart Android TV Box for $27.99 plus $2.65 for shipping. That's the lowest price we could find by $4, although we saw it for $2 less last week. It features an Amlogic S905X 2GHz quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB flash storage, 4K UHD and 3D support, 802.11n wireless, HDMI, USB, microSD card slot, remote control, and Android 6.0 OS (Marshmallow).
Till now we have seen how Android faced some problems regarding its update. But now by adding a new feature to Android O, the company is trying to solve this issue and giving a tough competition to iOS. Updating to
In partnership with silicon and device manufacturers, Google could make inroads towards resolving the issue of Android OS fragmentation by splitting device-specific software from the OS framework. Read more...
There were lots of rumors speaking about the upcoming Google Pixel devices. Some rumors have also claimed that the codenames of upcoming Google handsets will be Walleye, Muskie, and Taimen. As per the information is known so far, Walleye and
For all of Android's strengths, there's one area where it has dramatically lagged behind iOS: updates. Fragmentation is arguably Android's biggest problem, but in a post on the Android Developers Blog this Friday, Google revealed a new feature in Android O that will supposedly "make it easier, faster and less costly for manufacturers to update devices to a new version of Android."
If there is one thing that even the staunchest Android supporter can’t deny it is that Android devices tend to be a bit slow when it comes to receiving the latest updates, that is unless you own a Nexus/Pixel device. This is because the onus typically falls onto the OEM to issue the update, and sometimes that can take a while.
The latest report from Strategy Analytics claims that Samsung and LG sell the most Android smartphones in the United States. While Apple still leads the list of the top 10 smartphone models sold in the United States with its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung and LG were able to claim certain spots in
Google has revealed that the upcoming Android O will introduced Project Treble, which hopefully will make OS updates faster for smartphones.