In case you are looking forward to buying the latest Nexus tablet from Google in India, we have some good news to share. We just spotted the Google Nexus 9 as coming soon on the India Play Store and the price for the 16GB Wi-Fi only version is listed as Rs.28900 which is a good deal considering the US pricing is $399 but taxes and shipping will bring the price to roughly about Rs.27000 and duties could end up making it even costlier. It seems like the 32GB Wi-Fi only version will not be coming to India. The Google Nexus 9 is made my HTC and packs a 8.9 inch display and is powered by a Nvidia Tegra K1 chip and runs on the latest version of Android 5.0 Lollipop.
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HTC has confirmed that the Android 5.0 Lollipop update is coming to One (M8) and (M7). The company has revealed that both the smartphones will receive the update “within 90 days of receiving final software from Google.”
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Looks like Google is finally going head-on with Apple in the tablet space, with the just announced Nexus 9 in partnership with HTC. The Nexus 9 comes with a 4:3 aspect ratio screen, unlike all the previous Nexus tablets and hence becomes a legitimate competitor to the iPad mini. Designed in collaboration with HTC, the Nexus 9 features a soft touch back and a metallic frame, lending a premium look and feel for the device. The 8.9″ 2048×1536 screen is supported by the 64-bit Tegra K1 Processor that accompanies the monstrous Kepler GPU. This combination reminds us of the recently launched Xiaomi MiPad that has a similar screen aspect ratio and specifications.
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Google has officially taken wraps off its next version of Android that will be called as Lollipop. The version 5.0 that was previewed as Android L at I/O conference this June has been announced by Sundar Pichai, Google’s senior vice president of Android and Chrome, in a company blog post.
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Google is making Android 5.0 official in its latest teaser video. The video released by Sundar Pichai, SVP, Google on Google+ shows an array of desserts starting with the letter ‘L’ auditioning for Android L.
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Google is stating that it will remove the camera bug from the Nexus 5 in next update on Android. Currently, the camera bug dubbed as mm-qcamera-daemon is causing battery drain in some of the Nexus 5 devices.
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Google’s Project Ara will run on modified version of Android L, revealed Paul Eremenko, the head of Project Ara. He added that customized version of Android L will support hot swapping of components, with the exception of the CPU and display.
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Google confirmed that Android L will encrypt the device data by default. The company said that data encryption will be part of the activation process on all Android devices.
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Android Lemon Meringue Pie a new version of the Android has been spotted in the Chromium issue tracker. Dubbed under the build number (LRW50D), it is seen running on a device which is called by the developers “New Nexus 7″.
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Google has released updated images of the Android L developer preview. The new images weigh in as build LPV81C and are still only available to the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) WiFi. This is an upgrade from the LPV79 build that was released in late June.
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Google has been updating Drive with various features since last week. First it allowed the ability to edit Microsoft Office files and offline supports for Docs, Sheets and Slides. Also, the Drive app for Android got an update with revamped UI and more. Today, Google has made Docs and Sheet app compatible with recently announced Android L. The move comes from Google just two days after discontinuing QuickOffice from Play Store.
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Google launched Android L developer preview at the I/O conference two days back. Today, the company is making the preview available on Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) Wi Fi. The software developer kit is now available for download through the Android SDK Manager.
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After series of leaks and speculations, Google finally announced Android ‘L’ at the ongoing I/O developer conference. As of now the officials are calling it simply L and it is a developer preview and not a final product.
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