by Joe Levi | April 10, 2013 1:18 PM
Google's Android OS has morphed and adapted in the years since it was originally released. Some of those changes have been "under the hood", while others have been more cosmetic in nature. We suspect the next version of Android, Key Lime Pie, will include some pretty significant UI changes. Could some of those changes be "pie-esque"? We've recently talked about the possibility of a gesture-based UI in the upcoming version of the operating system. We've even shown off a pie-like launcher that you can install on your Android today. Various custom ROMs have pie-based launchers and controls ...
by Joe Levi | December 11, 2012 4:21 PM
The Nexus 10 is the newcomer to the Nexus family, as such it's been very near to the top of the CyanogenMod list to receive some custom ROM goodness! Nightly builds of CM10.1 are coming regularly, though, as you should expect, they're not perfect -- not yet. The nightly we tested was fast, stable, and benchmarked fairly well. It was faster in Quadrant but slower in Geekbench, when compared to the stock ROM (stock scores are noted in parenthesis). Quadrant: 5213 (4193) Geekbench 2: 2423 (2454) Most of the CM goodies have been applied, though some Trebuchet settings didn't seem to apply ...
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