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AnTuTu Q2 surprises: Snapdragon 800, Nexus 5 at the top

It seems to be that time when companies are showing their report cards for the 2nd quarter of 2014. In line with that, popular benchmarking site AnTuTu is showing a few figures of its own, with rather surprising, and probably questionable, revelations. According to its data, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800, as it can be found inside the Galaxy Note 3, trumps almost all other more recent processors, and that, at least in the US, the Nexus 5 is still the most popular smartphone around.

Android L developer preview now rooted on Nexus 5 and 7

Well that was fast. The Android “L” test firmware – a developer preview for the Android version that was revealed at the Google I/O keynote and the one that we will all probably get the full version by later this year – was released for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 devices yesterday. And today, root access is delivered by the good folks at XDA (hooray!).

Nexus 7 bought from Google Play gets 3-month All Access

Do you want a nifty new gadget and an all access pass to thousands of music online? Google believes you want that exact deal, so they’re offering all customers who will buy a 16 GB Nexus 7 through Google Play Store a 3-month free subscription to All Access, the music streaming subscription of Google Play Music.

Volantis is HTC’s Nexus tablet, specs leaked ahead of Google I/O

It’s been a while since a Google-approved Nexus device hit the market, so speculation is rife if indeed we are going to get our hands on one by the time Google I/O developer conference rolls in. Front and center is HTC’s rumored Volantis, and Android Police is betting on solid information that it has the specs and the build of the next Nexus device down pat.

LG claims no Nexus 6, Android silver in pipeline

Google's next Android smartphone, be it a Nexus 6 or the rumored Android "Silver", is still pretty much a mystery. What isn't a mystery anymore is that LG won't be making either of these. At least not yet and at lest according to LG Communications Director Ken Hong. His statements, however, like any good PR utterance, leaves many things open to speculation.
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