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  • VitalSines’ iHeart health devices now compatible with Android

    The iHeart health-monitoring devices now have an Android companion app.

    VitalSines’ iHeart health monitoring devices now have an Android companion application, after the company released an iOS application near the end of last year. Rather than calculating exercise data that Android Wear would collect, the iHeart devices focus on calculating the internal age of a user’s body.

    The sensor itself clamps around a user’s index finger and displays an approximate internal age, an average heart rate, blood oxygen level and other statistics. The data can be used to predict whether a user will suffer from heart diseases and dementia, so the user is able to adjust their daily patterns and stave off those diseases. The iHeart was released after a successful Indiegogo campaign for iOS users, and now Android users can get in on the action.

    The iHeart monitor is available on the company’s website for $195.

    Are you interested in the VitalSines iHeart? Let us know down below!

    See at iHeart

  • Android 8.0 OTAs are starting to roll out to devices in the beta program

    Google released final system images of Android 8.o earlier today, and now OTAs are starting to roll out. Although, I’m placing strong emphasis on “starting.” The first wave of OTAs are targeting devices in the Android beta program, but already there h…

  • Google says Oreo will roll out to some partner devices by the end of the year

    Google has been working with its partners to get the Oreo update out by the end of the year.

    While Google’s first party devices get new Android releases immediately, the same can’t be said for partner devices. Since these devices comprise the vast majority of Android devices, we run into situations like Nougat only being available on 13% of all Android devices a year after release.

    But there may be cause for hope: tucked in the Android Oreo announcement post was this quote:

    We’ve also been working closely with our partners, and by the end of this year, hardware makers including Essential, General Mobile, HMD Global Home of Nokia Phones, Huawei, HTC, Kyocera, LG, Motorola, Samsung, Sharp and Sony are scheduled to launch or upgrade devices to Android 8.0 Oreo.

    Google has made vague promises like this before, but the fact that the company is naming specific partners is new. Google caveats that by stating the partners may be launching new devices with Oreo, not necessarily upgrad…

  • One of these Android Oreo statues is not like the other

    Google ordered two Android Oreo statues from two different companies this year.

    There aren’t many Android faithful who have been able to make the trip to Mountain View to see the impressive gathering of statues Google has commissioned to commemorate each launch of its OS, but those who have been are in for a treat. These larger than life statues are an amazing journey through the history of Android, and are a ton of fun to grab a photo while standing next to your favorite.

    The new Android Oreo statue will make a nice addition to the collection, but this year some statue selfies will be different from others. That’s because there are actually two different Android statues this year, and they are not as similar as you might think.

    Get more Android Oreo in your life with our full 8.0 review!

    Google’s New York unveiling of Android Oreo revealed a statue that slid open and animated. The eyes were glowing, the head seemed to glide into place, and it was on a single pedestal to make the…

  • Android 8.0 Oreo system images available, update rolling to Developer Preview users

    Google has uploaded the Android 8.0 Oreo system images.

    For those that want to be on the bleeding edge, the Android 8.0 Oreo system images are now available. Google has the images for last year’s Pixel phones, the Nexus 6P and 5X, the Nexus Player and the Pixel C. Manually updating a device requires a few tools and a bit of time, but it’s an easy process overall. There are carrier-specific images for the Pixel phones, so make sure you download the right one for your device.

    For users that were on the Developer Preview, you should be receiving two Over the Air (OTA) updates to the stable version of Oreo. Depending on the device and version of the developer preview you’re on, the first file should only be between 12MB and 50MB. The secondary update file clocks in at 900MB, so you’ll want to be on WiFi for that one.

    Have you already installed Oreo? Let us know down below!

    Here’s the fastest way to get Android Oreo on your phone right now!

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  • Android 8.0 Oreo system images are live for the Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel C, and Nexus Player

    Google just took the wraps off Android 8.0 Oreo, which we’ve known only as Android O for the last few months. The source code is being pushed to AOSP today, but OTA updates are still in process. The system images are live right this minute, though. If you’ve got a compatible device and an unlocked bootloader, you can be on Android Oreo in just a few minutes.

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    Android 8.0 Oreo system images are live for the Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel C, and Nexus Player was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google steps up its Android statue game with the Super Oreo Bugdroid

    Google’s last couple of Android statues have been thoroughly underwhelming. David was so incensed by the lack of effort that went into ‘Bugdroid holding a marshmallow’ and ‘Bugdroid surrounded by 3 bits of nougat’ that he even wrote an article lamenting them. Someone at Google must have been reading because Android 8.0 Oreo’s statue is the most impressive for some time: a moving robotic Super Oreo-themed Bugdroid, no less.

    Hanging out with #AndroidO 🤖✌️ pic.twitter.com/wL8ABOtuqe

    — ✏️ Liam Spradlin (@LiamSpradlin) August 21, 2017

    At least, the announcement came with a moving robot statue (above with AP alumnus Liam), though it looks like the actual statue is of a similar design but just without the motion (below).

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    Google steps up its Android statue game with the Super Oreo Bugdroid was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 11 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android apps from the last week (8/15/17 – 8/21/17)

    Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info….

  • Android 8.0 Oreo review: Vive la √©volution

    The latest version of Android packs in many small but important additions, all of which make the OS more polished and mature than ever.

    Some Android releases represent massive sea changes for Google’s OS, overhauling technical underpinnings or introducing new design elements. Others are content to tighten up the screws and add polish to an already well-established platform.

    The new release of Android for 2017/18 — version 8.0 Oreo — fits somewhere in between those two extremes. Android itself is pretty stable at this point, so it’s natural that broad, sweeping UX and functionality changes are less likely to happen with every new version. Yet although Oreo looks and feels a lot like the previous Android Nougat, contained within are myriad feature tweaks and low-level tune-ups that make Android more mature and powerful.

    With Oreo, your phone (or, let’s be honest here, your next phone) will be able to view videos in the foreground as you use other apps in the background. …

  • Android 8.0 Oreo will be uploaded to AOSP today, updates for Pixels and Nexuses will roll out “soon”

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    As we just learned, the newest version of Android is called Oreo. And Google has just announced that Android 8.0 Oreo will be uploaded to the Android open Source Project today, and that updates to the newest version of the platform are currently being tested by carriers for the Google Pixel, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P. Google says these updates will begin rolling out in phases “soon,” along with updates for the Pixel C and Nexus Player.

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    Android 8.0 Oreo will be uploaded to AOSP today, updates for Pixels and Nexuses will roll out “soon” was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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