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SwiftKey introduces support for Chinese languages in beta mode

With a population of over 1 billion, China has much potential to grow into the biggest market of practically anything in the world. And in the digital realm, a lot of brands and companies are already looking at expanding their products to cater to or support languages and features that would appeal to even just a fraction of that huge market. Virtual keyboard SwiftKey is one such product and they just recently announced the release of the beta version for their Chinese language support.

Lollipop OTA, Images for Nexus devices now rolling out

Nexus owners, if you've been a bit jealous of the Moto G and, now, the Moto X getting their Lollipop on, you no longer need to feel unloved. Google has finally started the rollout of Android 5.0 to its blessed line of smartphones and tablets, so all you'll have to do is to wait for it to land. But, if you're really excited to get the dessert now and don't mind starting from scratch, there is always the Factory Image path available for you to take.

Google introduces family games within Chromecast

Looks like Google is trying to fill up the casual gaming niche with its products, recently launching its first official Android TV platform in the Nexus Player – which also doubles as a casual gaming console – and now introducing family-oriented games within Chromecast. Looks like the holidays are going to be a lot of fun for you Chromecast users.

AT&T no longer planning in-flight internet services

AT&T has long been planing for in-flight wireless service but looks like the carrier is letting go of it. This means challenging Gogo Inflight Internet is a no-go for AT&T, at least not yet, as the company focuses on other priorities. Earlier this spring, the network proudly announced of its plans to bring Internet to passengers and that they're working with Honeywell to make it happen.

Mirror Beta app casts smartphone screen to other devices

The emergence of screencasting devices like Chromecast has made it possible to stream videos, pictures and even mirror your smartphone or tablet onto your TV screen or a larger monitor. But what if you wanted to cast it to other devices, a browser or even another Android phone? A newly redesigned app called Mirror, although still in beta mode, will help you make that a possibility. And if your smartphone is already running on Android Lollipop, rooting the app will not be needed anymore.

OnePlus announces details for round 2 of pre-orders

If at first you don't succeed, try and try again until you get an angry mob at your gates. This could be what will happen with OnePlus when it launches its second pre-order session, though we certainly hope not. Its first attempt at addressing complaints about its rather exclusive invite-only system ended up in a disaster as the server could not handle the load. They have learned from that, they say, and they are now announcing the dates and times for the OnePlus One Pre-Order Round 2.

Motorola Connect update brings new watchfaces for Moto 360

Owners of the round-face Android Wear smartwatch Moto 360 will feel like they have a new wearable as the Motorola Connect update brings a whole slew of new features and options. For starters, you get new watchfaces including winners from a design competition and pretty deep customization options. A "mystery' accessory called Keylink will also now be supported by the app while a health and wellness app for the wearable has also been included in the latest version of the Connect app.

OmniROM successfully boots using Android 5.0

We were thinking that it might take a while for the independent ROM developers to get at Android 5.0 Lollipop and integrate it into their builds – mainly because a lot of people would probably want to explore and enjoy pure vanilla Android Lollipop first. But lo and behold, the OmniROM project has become the first to integrate Android 5.0 to their build and have a device boot up OmniROM with a Lollipop flavor.

New devices supported by Chromecast for more streaming joy

As the new devices for 2014 roll in, a lot of the older devices and standards have had to adjust and tweak themselves to play nice with the current crop of smartphones, phablets, and tablets. One of those is Chromecast, Google’s streaming-slash-screen casting dongle that now allows more gadgets to connect to it for more big-screen streaming goodness.
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