Nvidia has announced that it's now rolling out the SHIELD Software Experience Upgrade 8.0 to the SHIELD TV, including the latest version of Google's OS, HDR improvements, and some new apps.
Windows 11 Insider build 26002 adds Energy Saver feature and more
windows 11 insider preview promo
Windows 11 build 22635.2776 adds some new Ink features and more
windows 11 insider preview promo
Intel's 6.0GHz Core i9-14900K snatches the crown back from AMD's 7950X3D
intel 14th gen benchmarks
Android pie RSS
Nokia has announced that the last remaining phone of its lineup to be missing its slice of Pie, the Android Go-based Nokia 1, is receiving its update to the latest version of Android starting today.
After a bit of a hiatus, the company behind the Nokia-branded smartphones has begun rolling out the latest version of Android to more of its devices, starting with the Nokia 3 from 2017.
Samsung has begun rolling out Android 9.0 Pie based One UI to the Galaxy M20 mid-range device in India. The update, just like the M30, is rolling out earlier than the promised June 3 rollout.
Samsung's promised system update for its Galaxy M series seems to have started rolling out a bit sooner than expected. Reports suggest that Galaxy M30 users have started receiving Android 9.0 updates.
After a long wait, OnePlus 3 and 3T owners finally get to try out the latest Android release on their devices. For now, Pie is only available to a limited number of users for beta testing.
After a couple of weeks without major new updates for its phones, HMD Global has resumed its rollout of Android Pie updates. This time, it's the entry-level Nokia 3.1 that's getting its serving.
Google is rolling out a new monthly update to its Pixel devices, and it improves many aspects of the software on its latest models. These include performance improvements to the Camera app.
The team behind the LineageOS custom ROM has released version 16 based on Android Pie. Updates will be released nightly on supported devices while LineageOS 15.1 has moved to weekly releases.
The Android 9.0 Pie update is now rolling out to the unlocked version of the Razer Phone 2 with a few upgrades such as support for 4K@60fps video recording and adaptive battery, among others.
Google has announced deadlines for developers to update their apps or submit new ones in accordance with its latest security guidelines. New apps will have to target API level 28 or higher soon.
HMD Global isn't done with Android updates for the week, as the low-end Nokia 2.1 is getting its own dose of Pie today. It's the company's first Android Go phone to get a major software update.
HMG Global has unleashed a flurry of software updates for its phones today, bringing Android Pie to the 2017 Nokia 6, as well for the Indian variant of the Nokia 8. The Nokia 2 can now get Oreo, too.
T-Mobile is the last holdout among the Big Four wireless carriers to release the stable version of Android 9.0 for the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The update includes support for RCS Universal Profile 1.0.
Samsung's One UI (based on Android Pie) is now rolling out to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in Canada via the country's major carriers including Rogers Communications, Bell, Telus, and Videotron.
Samsung's One UI has arrived in a stable form for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ devices offered by Verizon. Along with the Android Pie changes, the release includes the January 2019 Android security patch.
As reported earlier this week, HMD Global has begun rolling out Android Pie to the 2017 Nokia 5, the oldest of the company's smartphones to get updated to the latest version of Android so far.
HMD Global has revealed its plans for the full rollout of the Android Pie update to its smartphones. The Nokia 3.1 Plus and 5 will be the next devices to get it, which could happen this week.
Samsung has begun rolling out its One UI update to stable Galaxy S9 and Note9 devices running Android Oreo, in India and South Korea. It is reportedly also heading to more regions.
HMD Global could soon roll Android 9.0 for the Nokia 3.1 Plus. The phone was spotted on Geekbench running Google's latest version of the OS, hinting at an official rollout in the near future.
After announcing the official roadmap for the release of One UI to its devices this year, Samsung has now rolled out the new experience (based on Android Pie) in beta form to the Galaxy Note8.
Owners of Samsung's latest flagship may have to wait slightly longer to receive the One UI update in certain regions. Formerly slated for January, the update might be being delayed for some devices.
LG is facing a tough battle in the smartphone business, and there's a possibility that the company might have pulled support for its G5 and V20, which will not sit well with customers.
HMD Global is keeping up a steady rollout of Android Pie to its existing smartphones with today's release of the latest version of Google's OS to its 2018 flagship, the Nokia 8 Sirocco.
Samsung has published the roadmap for the rollout of its One UI experience, which includes Android Pie, and it looks it will be making its way to many of the company's older devices.
A few days after rolling out the stable Android Pie update to the Galaxy S9 range, Samsung is now pushing the third and last One UI beta update (based on Pie) to the Galaxy Note9 in India and the U.S.
HMD Global keeps rolling out Android Pie to more of its smartphones, and it's now time for the Nokia 5.1 Plus to get the update. This release also includes the Pro mode for the Camera app.
OxygenOS 9.0.0 based on Android 9.0 Pie is beginning to arrive on the OnePlus 5 and 5T today via an OTA update. The Chinese phone maker announced that the update will be incremental.
After it launched the open beta program for Android Pie in November, Samsung has started the rollout of the operating system's stable version to the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in some parts of Europe today.
After a brief period of beta testing, HMD Global has begun rolling out the update to Android 9 Pie to its 2017 flagship, the Nokia 8. The Nokia 8 Sirocco will apparently have to wait a little longer.
It is expected that Motorola's Moto Z3 model will be updated to the latest version of Android soon, indicated by the fact that the Bluetooth SIG running on Android 9.0 has already certified the phone.
HMD Global has begun the public beta testing of Android Pie on the Nokia 8. The company's 2017 flagship is among the first to receive the latest version of Google's operating system.
Nokia has been keeping up with its promise to deliver timely OS updates for its Android phones, and the Nokia 7.1 launched last month is the latest to receive a taste of Android Pie.
There's a new option in Samsung's One UI (Android Pie) that lets you lock the icons and shortcuts in the home screen so that they aren't accidentally moved. The feature is available in beta for now.
Google's Digital Wellbeing dashboard on Android Pie, announced during its I/O conference earlier this year, is now available for Pixel phones and Android One devices on the latest Android release.
Starting with the Android Pie upgrade for its phones, Samsung will start placing restrictions on the free themes available for its Android skin so that they are automatically reverted after 14 days.
Contrary to earlier reports, it looks like Samsung will be releasing its new minimalistic One UI to its older flagships. The refreshed interface will come with the Android Pie update.
Although it seems almost certain that the S8, S8+ and Note8 will get the Android Pie update, a spokesperson for Samsung has thrown doubt on whether they will be eligible for One UI.
HMD Global is keeping itself busy by rolling out Android Pie to a new device from its portfolio on a regular basis. This time around it is the Nokia 6.1 Plus which was launched in August.
Android 9.0 Pie is expected to introduce a floating keyboard mode to the Samsung Keyboard app in the future after a newly leaked beta build of the operating system reveals that option.