The final and stable release of CyanogenMod 10.2.0 is now available for supported devices, as the last and final major build based on Android 4.3.
Android 4.4 KitKat is now running on 1.1 percent of active Android devices, roughly a month after it was made available.
The Google Play Edition variant of the HTC One has begun receiving an update to Android 4.4 KitKat.
When Google took the wraps off Android 4.4 KitKat, Galaxy Nexus owners were disappointed that the device wouldn’t be getting the newest version of the OS.
It’s been a few hours since Android 4.4 KitKat was (finally) made official, and Motorola and HTC have already confirmed that they’ll be updating select devices to the latest version of the OS.
In this day and age, when it’s harder to keep a secret linked to an unannounced mobile product than, say, pass a bill in Congress (and we know very well how hard that is), Google is this close to dropping the second bomb in a matter of less than two months.
The recently announced Android 4.4 KitKat update has been seen running on a Nexus 4. The leaked screenshots shows some of the UI changes we can expect when the update is officially released.
The Chrome bug tracker is acting as a source of information regarding upcoming Android releases once again, this time revealing what could be a build of Android 4.4 KitKat.
Following a shameful reveal of the Nexus 5 that Google should have keeping secret against all odds, a rumor suggests the search giant will unveil the latest Nexus flagship along with Android 4.4 KitKat on October 14.
Well, Google just put the kibosh on all the speculation about Key Lime Pie. The next Android version will instead be called KitKat, kicking off a new tradition of naming Android releases after chocolates as total Android device activations cross the one billion mark.