Pebble continues to release firmware and smartphone application updates to improve their smartwatch experiences. The latest Android update is sure to please Pebble owners.
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Owners of the Google Nexus 5, 10, and Nexus 7 Wi-Fi devices, as well as Moto X and G phones, have started to receive updates to Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Google's WebView for Android will get updates from Google Play, enabling faster security and feature updates.
Microsoft is rolling out its first version of a new, free video chat app for Android, iPhone and Windows Phone devices that is part of its Skype family.
TomTom regularly updates and improves their GPS Watch fitness devices and this week they released a major update with Android and iOS 8 support.
Most smartwatch fans are holding out for the round Moto 360, but there is a preview video from LG that shows they have a round Android Wear device too.
HTC is starting to introduce their unique software experiences to other Android users and the first launch is Zoe. Take a look at what you can soon expect on your non-HTC device.
HTC opens up a new door to the software business with Zoe for all Android devices.
It looks like that Apple wants to "hand-deliver" its software updates and audio and video content over the Internet to your door via its own content-delivery network.
Miracast is a signature feature of Windows 8.1 and newer Android versions. In theory, it allows you to project a presentation or HD video wirelessly from your mobile device to a large screen. How well does it work in the real world?
Google gave an extended preview of the future of Android at its I/O conference for developers this week. The sweeping plans to spread Android across autos, TVs and wearables makes it more important than ever for customers to get timely OS updates.
We have seen a couple Android laptops in the past, but a video leaked online from HP shows a new Android-powered touchscreen laptop may be coming soon.
Despite the best efforts of Google, last week's Heartbleed events show that much work remains before Android is up to par on its updating process.
Microsoft is updating its remote desktop applications for non-Windows platforms, but still has yet to make available a Microsoft-developed version for Windows Phone.
Opera has released a stable version of its Android browser that supports web-based video chats and peer to peer communications.
Microsoft plans to release its Lync unified communications app for Android tablets this summer. It also will deliver federated video across Lync and Skype before the end of 2014.
After years of complaining about my Android devices not getting the latest updates, I realize I no longer care. I don't think that's what the Android folks intended.
HTC One X and X+ owners might be feeling a bit abandoned by HTC, which won't be releasing further Android updates for the devices.
Unlike the tightly controlled iPhone market, Android is a bit like the wild west. Google releases updates, but they only trickle out to customers.
Owners of the more pure Android experience HTC One and Galaxy S4 should start seeing KitKat updates from today.
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