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Device compatible with Android Wear? Check it first!

With the onslaught of all kinds of wearable technology in the market, it’s easy to get caught up and wanting to buy anything that catches your fancy and fits your lifestyle. And with the introduction of Android Wear, the customised platform for wearable devices, more gadgets are surely arriving. But before you buy anything else, you have to make sure that your smartwatch is compatible with your current Android device. That is where this URL comes in.

Android L Developer Preview is live, Studio IDE in Beta

As promised, Google has let out the Developer Preview of the next version of Android, still dubbed as "Android L", for programmers, enthusiasts, and curious cats to play with. This preview includes both the SDK tools and emulator images for testing Android L on your desktop as well as actual system images you can install, with great care, on a Nexus 5 or 7.

HTC to update One M8 and m7 90 days after Google releases Android L

Just a few hours after Google announced in the I/O conference that they will be releasing Android “L” (early guesses put it at either Lollipop or Lime) later this year, HTC already posted on their blog that they are committed to quickly upgrading their flagship One (M8) and ex-flagship One (M7) as soon as it is actually possible. They are committing to update the smartphones 90 days after Google turns over the final software to them.

Android One to develop smartphones for emerging markets

At the ongoing Google I/O 2014, the tech giant shared with developers their new program called Android One, which aims to reach the emerging markets outside of the US where smartphones are very much a need but cannot be afforded by everyone. They will be focusing on creating low-budget and low-spec phones that will answer connectivity issues in these regions.
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