NVIDIA announced some pretty major news that they'll be supplying tons of manufacturers with an entire Android tablet platform. That being their often leaked 7-inch Tegra Tab. Instead though, this will be called the Tegra Note and sold from many 3rd party suppliers they use today in their GeForce PC lineup. eVGA, PNY, Zotac and more. We won't see watercooled tablets, but you can bet they'll still perform quite well.
Google's Senior Vice President and current head of Android Sundar Pichai just shocked the Android world by posting a few beautifully timed posts on his social network pages. For one he has confirmed the next version of Android will be 4.4 (not 5.0) and will be called KitKat. Say goodbye to Key Lime Pie. Not only that, but the Android train cannot be stopped, and we've reached another milestone.
Google Reader was Digg, and today their official Android app is finally available. Just like Digg.com on the web you'll get up to the minute news from their homepage, as well as the Digg Reader full of RSS feeds all optimized for our Android devices. Excited, or have you moved on to Feedly or other options?
NFL season is almost here, and we're finally able to enjoy countless preseason games to hold us over. Whether you're a fan of the NFL, NBA, or even Major League Soccer you probably should be using Bleacher Report. It's one of the best apps on Android when it comes to getting the latest and greatest breaking news, reports, updates, and columns for sports.
Google Now service even better. As you all know, we're huge fans of Google Now, and this is just one more upcoming feature that will make it better than ever. Tips suggest their new local news card will search for and find location-specific information and deliver it right to the user, before they ask for it.
Google have just started sending out invites for an event scheduled for July 24th in San Francisco. It's time to get excited folks because next Wednesday Google will be dropping some Android news on us. The invite simply asks select press to join Google "for breakfast with Sundar Pichai," who is the head of Android and Chrome these days.
officially demo'd - back in May has officially begun rolling out to users running Android 4.0.3 and higher. It could be awhile before some users see the update come their way, however, with Google saying that the updates will be coming out over the next couple of weeks.
ZTE U988S surfaced not too long ago with alleged specs indicating that it could be the first smartphone to harbor a Tegra 4 processor. Shortly after, some renders surfaced around the web purported to be of the handset, and now a leaked image has been published said to be an image of the actual phone in all its bright-red goodness.
Android entertainment system.