Android Lollipop 5.1 is now rolling out to the LG G Pad 8.3 GPe. LG's first major tablet from 2013 is to receive the latest version of the OS, but should you be impatient and simply cannot wait much longer, we've also got the update URL for you.
UK mobile operator EE today announced the launch of Wi-Fi calling on supported hardware. The network is initially supporting the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. Should you happen to struggle with poor signal coverage indoors, this will be a handy new feature to take full advantage of.
Coming April 10. All the Star Wars movies. All in one place. (For us, that's Google Play. But it'll also be in the other usual outlets.) With new extras.
All six movies are currently up for preorder on Google Play for $20 each, or $100 for the bundle. (Update: Or $89, apparently, after a late-night switcheroo.) They are, in proper order: "A New Hope," "The Empire Strikes Back," "Return of the Jedi," "The Phantom Menace," "Attack of the Clones" and "Revenge of the Sith."
HTC One M8 owners on AT&T, it looks like your set to get a taste of Android 5.0 Lollipop starting tomorrow, April 7.
HTC's Mo Versi took to Twitter this evening to announce that the company has received technical approval on the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the AT&T One M8, with the OTA scheduled to begin on April 7.
Developers, enthusiasts, friends, and the desire to see ideas come to life. Oh, and meat. So much meat.
There are hackathons, backyard get togethers, developer summits, and programming sessions for beginners all over the world, all the time. Some of them are fantastic, but none of them are all of these things at once. It's one of the things that has always made the annual Big Android BBQ event in Texas so special, and these new one-day events the IDEAA team has started over the past year exist as unique micro-scale versions of these events. This past weekend, Old Town Alexandria, Va played host to the first east coast version of these smaller events, the Big Android Meat and Greet.
Samsung Galaxy S5 users on US Cellular will be delighted to know that they are now pushing out the Lollipop update.
Lollipop has been rolling out for the Samsung Galaxy S5 across various carriers, and US Cellular is the latest to join in. Owners of the Galaxy S5 will begin seeing Android 5.0.1 hit their device through an over-the-air update.
Apparently it takes a Physician to develop Physician-focused software. Who knew.
Dr. Joe Cohen isn't exactly what you'd expect when someone says they're about to introduce you to a Pediatrician. As a father of three in the middle of an Android-focused geek event like the Big Android Meat and Greet, the snarky, grinning, friendly individual standing in front of me — with Google Glass on his face, a Moto 360 on his wrist, and a vape in his hand — was certainly not like any Pediatrician I had ever met. Dr. Joe was at this event to talk about a software platform he's been working on, and his team had created a series of software challenges to both participate in the hackathon aspect of the event and help demystify the nature of secure medical information on mobile devices.
It turns out that last part is incredibly important, and in carrying the torch for his own platform it would appear Dr. Joe is well on his way to advancing the state of digital medical record keeping for patients and doctors alike.
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