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We’re testing the Google Pixel C this week and one of the sadder things we had to say about it came in software: Android 6.0 Marshmallow wasn’t fit for a tablet. A team from Google committed during a Reddit AmA that split screen multitasking is “in the works,” but while they mentioned that in the context of Android “N” improvements, the two instances couldn’t be conflated.
It may be for good reason as a trusted source into Android Geeks has tipped us off to Android 6.1 Marshmallow for a June arrival. So, no, we don’t need another [...]
On a Thursday in New York, we’ll be waiting on Microsoft to introduce some new Lumias and LG to introduce a one-sided cyclops. But this Tuesday on the left coast, we’re chomping at the bit for some new hardware and one big reveal on software from Google. If you haven’t brushed up on the details of what we’ve been talking about, don’t worry! “S’more” details are coming at you right here with our rumor roundup.Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P
Arguably the graham crackers of this sweet, sweet sandwich, we (and by “we,” I do mean [...]
Android M allows users to define what app permissions are allowable and what are not. Is this the best idea, or will it lead to confusion in the long run?
App permissions are the big, ugly monster that no one wants to think about. We all want to play our games, update our social networks, play embarrassing farting sounds and blame our friends, and so much more. To make all that happen, we head over to our preferred app stores, search through an endless sea of apps, then download whatever app looks like it’s the “best”.
During the installation process we’re warned about all the permissions the app says it needs to be able to work correctly. We may have cared what those permissions were when we installed our [...]