If you are looking to get a tiny sample of Google's latest version of Android, Marshmallow, a new APK is available for download that will bring Android M's 'Google Now' Launcher to your Android device
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If you are a developer or eager to try out the latest iteration of Android Marshmallow, Google has released the Android 6.0 SDK & the third and final Android M Developer Preview.
It's not quite ready for its official rollout yet, but Google has revealed that its latest version of Android will be known as 'Marshmallow', and unveiled the new statue of its Android mascot.
Google is expected to launch two high-end Nexus phones as showcase devices for its new Android 'M' release, and one of those devices - a 5.2-inch LG handset - has apparently been caught on camera.
The One M8 will be around eighteen months old by the time Android M officially rolls out - but HTC has reassured owners of the device that it will be upgraded to the latest Android OS version.
From wearable delights and the tech of Logi, to Office for Mac, a Bing Maps makeover, more Android M, and a Lumia for the selfie-obsessed, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Google has released the second installment of Android M. The first installment was available in May and Google has made some changes to the OS over the past couple months.
Sony is making the Android M Developer Preview available for some of its devices - but while Google releases complete factory images of new Android versions, Sony isn't making things quite that easy.
From Apple's overheating Pill and Google's European problem, to Skype ups and downs, Nintendroids, a PC in a plug, and a $20 phone from Microsoft, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Google has already revealed a good deal about the next version of Android - but one big question that remains unanswered is that of its name. What do you think Android 'M' will end up being called?
Nearly eight months after Google announced Android 5.0 Lollipop, the percentage of devices running the newest versions is finally in double-digits - but 4.4 KitKat still dominates the platform.
After a couple days with the Android M Developer Preview on a Nexus 5, we go a little deeper into the new operating system from Google that seems to be more evolution than revolution.
From a Moose infection and holographic pets, to a new Windows build, cross-platform Cortana, Periscope on Play and Microsoft's crapware crackdown, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
HTC has revealed that it will be upgrading the One M9 and M9+ to the recently announced M version of Android whenever it gets released and expects to bring the update for more devices as well later.
A first look at some of the big and not so big changes in Android M Developer Preview, running on an LG Nexus 5.
Google has officially announced Android M, the next generation of its increasingly popular operating system - and the company will soon be releasing a preview version for developers.
The next version of Android is said to offer more control over what information can be accessed by apps, allowing users to deny permissions for specific data, such as photos, contacts and location.
The annual Google I/O developer event is just a few short weeks away but, already we're hearing that one of the big announcements will be the next Android operating system, simply dubbed as Android M.