by Stephen Schenck | April 25, 2014 1:34 PM
So far this spring, rumors and leaks have been revealing Google's efforts to put a new face on Android, detailing sweeping UI changes that point towards an even flatter, minimalistic look. There's also been that confusing talk about Project Hera, and what could be a major shift in Android multitasking. While we haven't been sure how it all fits together, the sense that big changes are on their way has been palpable. We close out the week with another rumor about Google's efforts to revamp Android, with the tale of Ok Google Everywhere and a new navigation experience. Android Police has ...
by Michael Fisher | April 11, 2014 3:30 PM
When an avalanche of reviews is rumbling its way down your mountain, it's rarely easy to assemble a podcast team – but as we frequently remind you, the Pocketnow Weekly has never missed a week, and we'll be damned if it'll do so now. So despite the forthcoming reviews of the Samsung Galaxy S 5, Gear Fit, Gear 2, Oppo Find 7a, Nokia X, and the just-completed reviews of the ZENS Qi line, BlackBerry 10.2.1, and the Verizon HTC One M8, we're banding together behind microphones in three separate cities on two continents to bring you the news and editorials of a very busy week in mobile. ...
by Stephen Schenck | April 7, 2014 5:01 PM
Companies behind the platforms that power our smartphones find themselves under constant pressure to innovate. If you're not leading the effort to reinvent, redefine, and just downright improve the user experience, you had better believe that your competition is doing its darnedest to beat you to the punch. A new rumor suggest that Google has been preparing a relatively major overhaul to the way we interact with apps on our phones, and one that may threaten to turn how we use Android on its head: a project supposedly under development as “Hera.” This is a little bit “out there,” at ...
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