Nexus 5 and 7 getting Android 5.1 Lollipop via OTA
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Still no word on memory leak

Google recently announced the new Android 5.1 Lollipop update that will first come to Nexus device and now Nexus 5 has started to recieve the update via OTA.

Google officially announces Android 5.1
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Still Lollipop, improved stability

Google has now officially announced its new Android Lollipop 5.1 OS which will bring improved stability and performance.

2015 may be the year of commoditised Android phones
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Opinion: Tablets were just the first step

The Android smartphone space may be on the verge of becoming highly commoditised, following in the footsteps of the Android tablet market. 

Android 5.0 hits 1.6 percent market share
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Slow start, KitKat at 39.7 percent

It has been exactly three months since Google released the official version of Android 5.0 to the general public.

Sonic Runners is next for the Hedgehog
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Free-to-play mobile game iOS & Addroid

Sonic has a new game coming from the Sonic Team and it apparently is following Sega's new commitment to develop more for mobile and PC.

Microsoft Office for Android tablets now available
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No longer in preview state

While Apple iOS users have been enjoying Microsoft Office for quite some time, the Android version of the Office suite has been limited to preview program users. As of today, Microsoft Office for Android for tablets is available to all users.

MINIX NEO Z64 is available
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Intel-based mini-PC runs Windows 8.1 or Android

MINIX showed the MINIX NEP Z64 back in September, but the new device was not available until today. MINIX is well known for its Android small form factor PCs such as the Minix Neo X8 H, however, the NEO Z64 is different because it is based on Intel’s Android Bay Trail 22nm silicon.

Apple kicks Android to death
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Never write a report after an office Christmas party

Industry analyst Chetan Sharma appeared to have had a little too much Christmas happy juice when he turned out a report which claimed that Apple had kicked Android to death this year.

Android 5.0 doesn even register yet

Good-bye Microsoft