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- The good and bad of Samsung's One UI interface - Posted on 2018-11-13
- APEX furthers the Android modularization started by Treble - Posted on 2018-11-10
- Samsung shows off its smartphone with foldable display - Posted on 2018-11-08
- Google mandates two years of Android security updates - Posted on 2018-10-24
- Network of more than 125 Android apps used in ad fraud scheme - Posted on 2018-10-23
- Google app suite costs as much as $40 per phone in the EU - Posted on 2018-10-19
- The new Palm is a tiny phone you can't buy separetely - Posted on 2018-10-17
- Google details how it will comply with the EC's Android ruling - Posted on 2018-10-17
- The Pixel 3 uses Samsung's super-fast F2FS file system - Posted on 2018-10-11
- Google Call Screen: a robot that will answer spam calls - Posted on 2018-10-09
- Review: Wear OS 2.0 can't fix its obsolete watch hardware - Posted on 2018-09-29
- Leaving Apple and Google: /e/ first beta is here - Posted on 2018-09-15
- Android 9 Pie, thoroughly reviewed - Posted on 2018-09-13
- Qualcomm finally has a new chip for Android smartwatches - Posted on 2018-09-10
- Note 5, S6 edge+ will not get monthly security updates - Posted on 2018-09-05
- Google is revamping the Wear OS smartwatch user interface - Posted on 2018-08-29
- The first Android Fortnite Installer had a serious vulnerability - Posted on 2018-08-24
- Palm PVG100 passes through regulators with Android 8.1 Oreo - Posted on 2018-08-07
- Google releases Android 9 Pie - Posted on 2018-08-07
- Android engineers talk battery life improvements in Android P - Posted on 2018-08-01
- Nokia 6.1: best answer to "What Android phone should I buy?" - Posted on 2018-07-15
- Google may have to make major changes to Android - Posted on 2018-07-10
- Android emulator: AMD processor and Hyper-V support - Posted on 2018-07-09
- Android P Beta 3 released - Posted on 2018-07-02
- Nokia 2.1, 3.1, and 5.1: cheap phones with stock Android - Posted on 2018-06-25
- How Android engineers are winning the war on fragmentation - Posted on 2018-06-10
- Android Developers Blog: insider attack resistance - Posted on 2018-06-04
- How to Android without Google - Posted on 2018-06-03
- NVIDIA Shield TV finally gets Android 8.0 Oreo update - Posted on 2018-05-24
- Why Android P gestures are a risk worth taking - Posted on 2018-05-24
- Google makes two different versions of Android - Posted on 2018-05-21
- Hands-on with the RED Hydrogen One - Posted on 2018-05-20
- Android P apps crash silently instead of showing dialogs - Posted on 2018-05-13
- Android P's gestures are a jagged pill you should learn to swallow - Posted on 2018-05-13
- Google to require OEMs to roll out Android security patches - Posted on 2018-05-11
- Google releases Android P beta - Posted on 2018-05-08
- Android P should be about privacy - Posted on 2018-05-08
- Android P DP2 possible leak shows navigation gestures, more - Posted on 2018-05-08
- Android Things 1.0 released - Posted on 2018-05-07
- Android will finally restrict apps from monitoring network activity - Posted on 2018-05-06
- Google, please fix Android's slow, bloated share UI - Posted on 2018-05-06
- De-Googling my phone - Posted on 2018-05-04
- "I switched from iPhone to the Pixel 2: one-week report" - Posted on 2018-05-01
- Android Go review - Posted on 2018-04-21
- Chat is Google's next big fix for Android's messaging mess - Posted on 2018-04-20
- Liberating MediaTek bootloaders and modem firmware - Posted on 2018-04-16
- How Android phones hide missed security updates - Posted on 2018-04-12
- Android Studio 3.1 released - Posted on 2018-03-27
- Google blocks GApps from running on uncertified devices - Posted on 2018-03-26
- Introducing the LineageSDK for developers - Posted on 2018-03-22

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