Android 4.4

KitKat for Google Glass rolling out now

The KitKat update for Google Glass has begun rolling out, making a big leap to XE16. Prior to this update, the XE listing was at 12.1, so Google has sidestepped the norm once again and numbered an update as they see fit. The update brings quite a few changes as well, so Glass owners should get ready for this one.

Study: KitKat execution slower than Jelly Bean

Many major OEMs have made the move to KitKat, but maybe not as quick as they did to Jelly Bean. A new Chitika report shows that only about 10% of Android devices are running Android 4.4 or better. In a similar timeframe after Jelly Bean launched, it had a 16% adoption rate.

HTC One Max starting to receive Android 4.4.2 update

The HTC One Max for Verizon is receiving the latest Android update. As expected, the update is starting to roll out today, and is expected to take a few weeks to complete. While users are getting the latest in Android, they aren’t getting a Sense update just yet.

Intel releases 64-bit KitKat Kernel, new Chromebook SoC

In China, Intel has revealed their 64-bit aspirations on two fronts. Their newest Braswell chipset is one that will likely find its way into many Chromebooks, while their 64-bit Kernel for KitKat suggests a more mobile approach. Though both are still a bit further out than we’d like to think, it does give a glimpse at things to come.

AT&T One Mini Android 4.4.2 rollout begins

Kit Kat is coming for the AT&T branded HTC One Mini. The update, which begins as of today, is arriving as a 658MB file that can be downloaded only using a WiFi connection. Perhaps more important though, AT&T One Mini users will be getting Android 4.4.2 along with Sense 5.5.

AT&T HTC One mini Android 4.4 upgrade coming end of the week

While most of the mobile world's eyes have been focused on HTC's shiniest One, or averted by Facebook's news, those rooting for the HTC One mini need not feel unloved. By the end of this week, owners of HTC's miniature flagship will be enjoying all the perks of the latest Android 4.4.2, as well as the not-so latest Sense 5.5 UI, at least if they're under AT&T's network.
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