The Android L is an upcoming release of the mobile operating system created by Google. The name "Android L" is still a working title but it is also known as Android 5.0. The OS was first shown June 25 earlier this year, with the beta released the day after for select Nexus devices.
As for a release date, the operating system is already out for developers since June 25 but for the everyday user, the consumer release is expected this Fall along with details about a potential Android 4.5 release and in what desert the Android L will be named after.
The Android L will look completely different from what KitKat did. The user interface is a complete redesign with a responsive design language called "Material Design." It's a design which is made to look flat and 3-dimensional at the same time. more >>
Apple, with its recent success in launching their version of smartwatch, the iWatch and the highly-anticipated iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, will likely be occupied in the coming months as they are yet to release these new product lines just in time for the holiday season. The new Macbook Air with Retina Display doesn't still have a concrete release date. However, tech rumors suggested that it will also come out this year and if not, earlier in 2015.
The Macbook Air will have the latest Core "M" chipsets which are thinner and is 50 percent faster on the overall performance while also offering 40 percent faster graphics performance.
One of the most talked about features that are also to be expected in the Mac computer is the Flash storage, which is reported to be up to 9x faster than a 5400-rpm notebook hard drive allowing its users to "virtually open and use it right away." more >>
It's been almost a year since the Nexus 5's release and with Google's yearly release habits, the Nexus 6 should have been out by now. Still, it probably won't be much longer before the next Google flagship phone is released – rumors say the company's latest handset will be released before the year's end.
The Nexus 6 is also known as the Nexus X and is made by Motorola under the codename Motorola Shamu.
The Google Nexus line always got an end-of-the-year release date, with the exception of the first one which was released during January. The third and fourth Nexus was released on a November, while the Nexus 5 was released last October. It's safe to assume that the Nexus 6 will come out on or around October, according to reports. more >>
Ubisoft has confirmed that Assassin's Creed: Unity will be released two weeks later than its previously announced release date of Oct. 28. It is expected to launch alongside Assassin Creed: Rogue on the same day.
According to Gamespot, Ubisoft senior communications manager Gary Steinem took to the Ubisoft blog to explain the cause of delay, and said that the company needed more time to fine-tune some details of the game before it gets released. Steinem referred to a few details in the game, that though they may seem unimportant to some, are actual causes of concern for the company.
"A tiny gesture that Arno makes as he's racing across the Parisian rooftops. A barely noticeable reaction from a solitary NPC in a crowd 3,000 deep. The subtle swaying of an opulent chandelier in a ballroom," said Steinem. more >>
Now that it would only be about a matter of weeks before ABC's popular fantasy-drama series "Once Upon a Time" would return with its brand new season, fans of the Storybrooke folks are already hankering for some details on what to expect when Season 4's premiere airs.
Just this week, Entertainment Weekly revealed an extended promo announcing Disney's "Frozen" characters Elsa (Georgina Haig) and Anna (Elizabeth Lail) joining the "most enchanting drama" as the town of Storybrooke "gets frozen over."
It also showed Elsa telling someone "I'm the queen." The scene shifted to Regina the Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla) speaking to the Magic Mirror (Giancarlo Esposito) that "she needs to be removed." Could it be Elsa? more >>
In June, Apple, Inc. unveiled the much-awaited iOS 8 at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference where it also made available a beta version for registered Apple developers.
According to MacRumors, full version of the Operating System will be released for public download sometime this fall. With a reported "improved integration" between Apple devices, the iOS 8 will have a new "CONTINUITY" features that are specially designed to sync or connect the iPhone, iPad, and Mac "like never before."
Further reports from PC Advisor indicate that iPhone 4S may or may not be compatible with the arriving iOS although iPhone 5, 5C and 5S devices can certainly get it. more >>