Google I/O 2015 to take place on May 28 and 29

Google’s sunder Pichai has just confirmed the Google’s annual conference Google I/O 2015 dates. The event is going to take place in San Francisco on May 28 and 29th. The registrations will begin at sharp 9 AM on March 17th. There would be significantly high demand for this event so be sure to ready if you are planning to go. There is no info on pricing of the registration and the exact programs along with timings.

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Xiaomi Mi Pad will go on sale in Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia Today

Xiaomi is finally ready to sell its first ever Android tablet a.k.a Mi Pad outside of its mother country starting from Today (February 10). Xiaomi will be holding flash sales in its typical fashion. The tablet has been priced at NT$6999 in Taiwan, S$299 in Singapore and RM 799 in Malaysia, respectively.

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Tegra X1 powered NVIDIA Shield tablet in works

NVIDIA was announced its powerful Tegra X1 SoC last month. It is the powerful processor so far any mobile device can get. NVIDIA Shield tablet also one of the best tablet, which was launched last year for just $299. The Shield owners are already enjoying their Android 5.0 Lollipop update. The current Shield tablet was the first device was running on Tegra K1 chip.

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Changes in Android 5.1 spotted ahead of official rollout

Android 5.1 Lollipop was spotted running on Android One devices, which were launched couple of days ago in Indonesia. Google hasn’t mentioned any details about Android 5.1 yet but we have got a change that is being headed to this latest version of Android. Lets discuss about new feature here.

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Google pushes cellular Nexus 7 (2012 & 2013) Android 5.0.2 factory images to AOSP

Google has pushed Android 5.0.2 Lollipop factory images to AOSP for all devices, except cellular versions of Nexus 7 (2012 & 2013) in late 2014. Yes, it is kind of late for cellular enabled Nexus 7 users but Google has acknowledged some anonymous bugs while porting this latest update to older devices so to fix it

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