Google is set to unload its latest mobile OS, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, starting October 5, almost a week after today's launch event.
Google just finished launching its two new Nexus flagships, the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P during its special event today, September 29, Tuesday, and both smartphones are already carrying its new mobile operating system, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, before it officially rolls out to the public next week, October 5.
Based on information released by Canadian telecom carrier, Telus on its Software Update Schedule page, the latest Android iteration will also find its way to the Motorola Google Nexus 6 and the LG Google Nexus 5 on the same date. more >>
Actress Meagan Good, who's been vocal about sharing how her faith has helped her break through racial barriers in Hollywood, has also said she feels blessed knowing that her latest role in "Minority Report" had more to do with her talent than the color of her skin.
"The character is colorless, and the cast — even though we are very multicultural, very diverse — we're just living breathing characters. And it's always a blessing that when people hire you, they hire you for being good at what you do and bringing what you bring to the character," Good, 34, told Ebony magazine.
"I think it has been definitely an incredible year for minorities as well, and I'm blessed to be in the forefront of that. Hopefully that will just continue to manifest and just be something that we see more often. But in this particular case, it's just exciting, because it's us, and we were hired for doing incredible work." more >>
Apple is said to be preparing three new iPhones for launch in 2016, one of which is rumored to be the iPhone 7.
With the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus just a week past their public release, news has emerged Apple is planning to unveil another smartphone by late 2016.
A new handset, the iPhone 7, is said to be on its way as rumors and online sightings start to build up just prior to the new phone's official introduction. more >>
Android 6.0 Marshmallow is due to start sending out upgrades to several smartphone brands soon, including the Sony Xperia Z line, HTC smartphones, and Samsung handsets.
Google's latest mobile operating system, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, is set to begin rolling out by October 5, and Japanese tech manufacturer Sony has already alerted its users that a number of its Xperia Z line smartphones will be receiving the update to upgrade their OS.
While Sony announced several of its Z models would be testing a preview of Android M back in August, it still hasn't confirmed which of the models will finally be getting the new mobile OS after it arrives next week. more >>
Leaked images of the Google Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P have revealed the different color variants the smartphones will be available in when they launch.
With less than two days to go before Google unveils its two latest devices, the Google Nexus 5X (formerly the LG Nexus 5) and the Google Nexus 6P (formerly the Huawei Nexus 6), leaked renders have emerged online showing the upcoming handsets with their different color options.
Ever since rumors of the new Google Nexus handsets emerged several months ago, there has been a deluge of leaked photos and specs featuring the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P. Now, with the handsets' official unveiling at hand, more image leaks have appeared, making users wonder whether there will be any secrets left to uncover when Google presents its new handsets to the public on Tuesday. more >>
Pastor Greg Laurie's Harvest Church in California on Saturday joined Christians around the world in praying for the release of Iranian-American Pastor Saeed Abedini, who was arrested because of his Christian faith exactly three years ago in Iran, and also for the persecuted church.
Saturday marked the third year since Pastor Saeed was arrested in Iran, to be later sentenced to death, Pastor Laurie wrote on his blog, noting that his megachurch was holding two prayer vigils, in Riverside and Newport Beach.
Saeed, 35, has sustained prolonged internal injuries due to beatings in the prison. more >>