Google is ending support for signing into its apps from very old versions of Android. The company stated that this is necessary in order to protect the account's privacy and security.
Windows 11 in Release Preview adds urgent notifications bypass and more
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Windows 11 released to Dev Channel and ISO comes with File Explorer tabs
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Google announced today that beginning at the end of the month, devices running Android 2.1 Eclair or earlier will no longer be able to download apps from the Android Market, as support will end.
Google has just replaced its Jelly Bean statue which overheated and melted earlier this summer. The new revamped statue is melt resistant and is built to last this time round.
Google's smartphone OS, Android, is being developed pretty steadily; it hasn't been out very long compared to other mobile operating systems, but it's getting features fairly quickly. Now, according to TechCrunch, the company could be...