Android 4.0 Upgrades Arriving 'Weeks' After Nexus Launch
Google will deliver Android 4.0 to some existing Android smartphones "weeks" after the launch of the Galaxy Nexus, said Google's Andy Rubin, head of its Android efforts. Speaking in an interview with AllThingsD, Rubin indicated that the update will hit the Samsung Nexus S and other devices, though he wasn't more specific. Rubin did not indicate when or if Android 4.0 would be made available to existing Android tablets, but said that apps written for Android 4.0 should work equally well for smartphones and for tablets.
Review: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Google's latest mobile operating system, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, is a tasty treat indeed. New features, such as Google Now on Tap, Doze, Direct Share, Permissions, and Nexus Imprint offer compelling reasons to upgrade.
Andy Rubin's Essential Phone to Arrive In 'A Few Weeks'
Andy Rubin today provided an update concerning the expected arrival of his new company's Essential PH-1 smartphone. "We’ve been hard at work getting everything ready and the good news is that we’re now going through certification and testing with multiple U.S.
Essential Phone to Ship In About 30 Days with Stock Android
The Essential Products PH-1 smartphone will be shipped to those who reserve it online in about 30 days, according to Andy Rubin, Essential Products' CEO. Speaking at the Code Conference, Rubin said the brand new phone will reach consumers as soon as the end of June, though he didn't commit to a specific date.
Essential's Andy Rubin Back to Work After Short Leave
Andy Rubin has returned to his duties as CEO of Essential Products after a very short leave of absence, reports Recode. Rubin took leave from Essential in late November after a relationship he had with a coworker during his time at Google became public.
Google Begins Marshmallow Push for Nexus Phones Today
Google today said it has begun distributing Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 smartphones, as well as the Nexus 7 and Nexus 9 tablets, and the Nexus Player. The update, which will be pushed out in waves, is available as an over-the-air download.