Android Marshmallow is here (for some). There are battery life improvements, greater app permission controls, standardized support for fingerprint scanners, more granular volume controls, USB-C support and new Google Now features, all part of a mix that makes this an exciting upgrade for users. But is your phone actually going to get it?
Did you as a Consumer thinking of encryption when you decide to buy a mobile? According to a report in The Wall Street Journal about 95 percent of all iPhones are encrypted, compared with less than 10 percent of Android phones, iPhone owners much more likely to use encryption than Android users, Where Most Android phones are not encrypted, either by user choice or manufacturer design.
Project Fi is the mobile phone service by Google that relies on Wi-Fi hotspots for connectivity, is now available to everyone without an invite. That is, of course, assuming you have a Nexus 6, 6P, or 5X smartphone. And you’ll still have to be a U.S. customer Relevant Products/Services to take advantage of the offering.
5G aims to be 100 times faster than our current wireless technology and even speedier than what Google Fiber offers through a physical connection to the home.
EarlGrey is a functional user interface testing framework for Apple iOS apps that has been introduced by Google.
Google is moving forward with its plans to allow Bluetooth beacons to broadcast location-based information and URLs to your phone.
A new feature has been introduced from Google allows Android users to simply type ‘find my phone’ into a Google search box to find their lost or missing smartphone.
Today (October 30) marks the third anniversary since EE became the first UK operator to launch 4G connectivity
EE’s 4G network was initially available on devices like the iPhone 5 and HTC One XL
Today (October 30) marks the three-year anniversary since EE became the first UK operator to launch 4G connectivity in Britain.
Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri opened the door on diversifying into new areas and moving “beyond operators” following its Alcatel-Lucent acquisition, while describing the joint company “as the western alternative to Huawei” in an interview with the Economic Times (ET).
Android Marshmallow is finally here and Nexus smartphones are, quite obviously, the first ones to receive it. But other smartphone makers are not far behind either! In fact, LG has announced that its flagship smartphone G4 is set to Android 6.0 this week itself, making it the first non-Nexus model to get the up.