At Google's annual Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco, the company brought out Android version 4.1, also called Jelly Bean, introduced new Google-branded devices and enhanced the Google Play storefront.
Adobe Systems will officially discontinue Flash Player support for Google's Android, announcing there will be no certified Flash implementations for Android 4.1 (a.k.a. Jelly Bean), unveiled earlier this week.
Google released the latest update of its Android mobile operating system at its annual I/O developer conference Wednesday, concurrently launching a co-branded tablet with partner Asus as well as an overhauled Google Play multimedia storefront.
Google appears poised to unveil its long-rumored co-branded Nexus Android tablet at its I/O Developer Conference this week, according to multiple reports citing unnamed sources. The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg both report that Asustek will make the device, which will be sold for a base price of $199 and will run the 4.1 version of Android, dubbed Jelly Bean.
Just seven percent of Android devices on the market are running Android 4.0, the latest version of the operating system also known as Ice Cream Sandwich. The lack of market penetration is...
Google could launch version 5.0 of its Android mobile operating system as soon as the second quarter of 2012, DigiTimes reports. Citing Taiwan-based supply chain makers, the report suggests Android