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Android 12L is Google’s next attempt at tablets

Google has officially released Android 12L, a new version of Android designed for large monitors. They've sent out a statement that states Android 12L...

Android Work Profiles will expand in 2022, but questions remain

Google unveiled intentions to broaden Work Profile availability as part of a more significant update to Android for commercial users. The function allows users...

Moto G Pure focuses on the Android 11 essentials for $160

Motorola has added another low-cost Android phone to its lineup, the Moto G Pure (2021), which, as the name suggests, focuses on delivering the...

T-Mobile Android 12 update lineup officially revealed

Android updates haven't exactly been relaxed in terms of timing. Possession are getting better but, considering there are so numerous players and moving zone;...

Firefox 93 brings big password upgrades to Android

Now, Mozilla placarded several new security features for Firefox on Android. These new features are centered around watchwords and keeping your polychrome online personalities...

Do you really have or use an Android this old?

If you're using an Android device that's still running a version of the OS of a particular age or older, you're certain some trouble...

Android 12 update leak paints big future for foldable phones

We're likely only days far away from the arrival of Android 12, a subsequent big version of Google's mobile OS. Still, it's like there...

Google Photos’ Locked Folder feature will arrive for all Android users...

Android users will soon access a special Google Photos feature that was previously only available to Pixel users: Locked Folder. The feature aims to...

Android 11 permission auto-reset is rolling out to older versions

Mobile platforms, actually most software lately, hinge their privacy and security measures around the permissions systems. Apps that don't require access to certain features...

Android “Push” will mirror Pixel phone apps on Chromebooks

Google has had two major platforms for a long time (three if we count The Web and more if we count Fuchsia or other...