While Android M (officially launching later this on Nexus devices) is said to bring some pretty big changes to the OS, one of the biggest, but more low-key, features is Auto Backup for Apps, an actual app data backup system. Google is now providing some additional details in a new video.
A new version of Hangouts is soon headed to Android devices. Known as Hangouts 4.0, we actually got a taste of what to expect in a previous leaks and in the iOS app that launched a few weeks ago. With a new version of the app now in our hands, we discovered a few new tricks.
With the OnePlus 2 and Motorola X Style (Pure Edition in the states) flagships being unveiled this week with huge 5.5-inch+ displays, our hope of finding a phone we can easily use with hand now lies in the Nexus 5 (2015).
Intel has announced a huge breakthrough in memory technology that they and their partners at Micron were responsible for. The company suggests they’ve created a new non-volatile flash memory technology with memory speeds up to 1,000 times faster than NAND flash.
Boxer has unveiled a new Calendar app that they hope will provide the range of features necessary to satisfy the appetite of those who aren’t satisfied with, say, Google Calendar. Boxer’s big play is to make it easier for your email and calendar to work together.
Google today announced a vast improvement to Google Translate. The biggest news is that the company’s WordLens feature, which allows you to view real-word words through your phone’s camera and have them automatically translated, now features 20 new languages.