Will Google re-look at their Android One strategy, which has been a failure up to now? Android One 2.0 is now a necessity for Google. We look at some of the areas where Google failed with Android One and how it can improve with Android One 2.0, from an Indian perspective.
In a post on the official Gmail blog, Google have announced Reminders for Google Calendar. Starting this week, you can create Reminders in Google Calendar to keep track of your to-dos alongside your scheduled events.
Having originally shipped with Android 5.0, Vodafone's budget champion, the Smart Ultra 6, is now being updated to Android 5.1.1 in multiple territories (as reported by MoDaCo users in our dedicated forum). Will this be the end of the line for the own-brand handset? Not if a reddit poster is to be believed.
HTC's consolidated revenues have risen nearly 15% to a six-month high of NT$10.29 billion (£207m) in November. Unfortunately, while this is good news for the company on the back of the release of the HTC A9, the fact this is nearly 40% down on last November illustrates the scale of the challenges at the company.
While Marshmallow might not look that different to Lollipop, there are lots of useful changes under the hood, including full API support for Fingerprint readers, or 'Nexus Imprint' as it's called on the 5X and 6P. Apps with support for the feature are gradually trickling into the Play Store - here's a few we've spotted.
LG's newest flagship, the V10, is making waves because of its 'Dual Screen' feature, but will it be the product to put the company's smartphone division in the phablet mix with Samsung?
BlueStacks, the Android 'App Player' for Windows PCs, has been updated to version 2, which brings a host of new features including multi-tasking friendly app tabs, a quick action toolbar, and much more. With over 100 Million users and over 1 Billion apps used monthly, Bluestacks is becoming something of a giant (and a posterchild for the appetite for Android on Desktop).
Will the Pixel C be available to buy from Tuesday 8th December? According to Dutch news site tweakers.net, it will (at least in the Netherlands). Google's first attempt at a tablet since the somewhat polarising Nexus 9 and their first go at producing everything in house sites at the very top of the line and as such will be priced accordingly.
Readly, the all-you-can-eat magazine service (think Netflix for magazines, except what you want to read is ACTUALLY ON THERE) makes a pretty neat Christmas present for a tablet owner. Or for yourself! I absolutely adore the service on my Nexus 9... and now Readly are offering a free 1 month trial rather than the regular 2 weeks.