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Google Plans to Ease the Android Update Problem

Google has announced a second attempt at solving the Android update problem. It will provide manufacturers with a Platform Development Kit to help them port new Android versions to their devices...

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Android Jelly Bean Won't Get Flash Player

 As part of the slow death of Adobe's Flash Player, the company has announced it won't be making a certified version for Android's new 4.1 OS – aka Jelly Bean.…...

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Google Nexus Tablet Poses No Threat to iPad, Says Analyst

Despite its competitive price tag, the new Nexus 7 tablet is unlikely to knock the iPad off its perch, says analyst Brian White. [Read more]...

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What's New In Android 4.1 - For Developers?

Google has finally released the most 'advanced', popular and widely used mobile operating system - Android 4.1, Jelly Bean. With Jelly Bean, Android has become the benchmark of what a mobile OS should be with iOS and Windows Phone trying to catch up with it.

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Nexus 7 Tablet Guidebook Now Available

Google's guidebook reveals all the details behind the new Nexus 7 tablet and spills the beans on the new Jelly Bean OS. 

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