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Google Android 5.0 Lollipop Casting Video

Mystery solved: This video explains how Google landed on Lollipop

October 15th, 2014

It’s official: the next version of Android will carry the name Lollipop. After months of speculation, the most popular answer turned out to be the correct one as Google unveiled Android 5.0 alongside a new range of Nexus devices. We’re sure to hear plenty more about the update in the coming weeks as Lollipop begins rolling out …

Google Android L Name

Google cruelly teases Android L’s real name in hilarious new video

October 14th, 2014

In celebration of National Dessert Day, Google has decided to poke fun at the unending search for the truth behind Android L. What does the L really stand for? Lemon Merengue Pie? Licorice? Lollipop? In a casting video posted on the official Android YouTube account, Google suggests a few more names, including Lava Cake, Lemon Drop …

Nexus 6 Android L Leak

This could be our first look at the Nexus 6 running Android L

October 14th, 2014

Infamous smartphone leaker Evan Blass might have given up on spoiling surprises as a professional endeavor, but the occasional leak still trickles through his @evleaks Twitter account, as was the case on Tuesday when Blass published a press render of a very familiar looking smartphone. As he notes, there is no reference to the phone’s origin in the …

What Does Android L Stand For

Android L’s secret identity may have just been revealed by an unlikely source

October 13th, 2014

What does Android L stand for? Unless the man behind Google’s gigantic Android sculptures is bluffing, it looks like the answer is “Licorice.” Giovanni Calabrese, the head of sculpting firm Themendous that has designed large Android sculptures for Google in the past, has been leaving cryptic messages all week about traveling out to Google’s headquarters this week and …

Nexus 9 and Android L Release Date

This month’s most exciting Android announcements may come as soon as next week

October 8th, 2014

October will be a very busy month for Android fans who are looking forward to seeing Google release the final version of Android L alongside the release of the Nexus 9 tablet and Nexus 6 smartphone. Android Police’s founder Artem Russakovskii took to Google+ to post a rumor about the potential launch of various products, including the Nexus …