Tag Archive: pushed

Chrome 42 pushed to stable channel for Windows, Mac and Linux

Chrome 42 brings a new push API, fixes and enhancements, and the answer to life, the universe and everything.

Google has pushed the latest version of Chrome — version 42 — to the stable channel for users on Windows, OS X and Linux. Your browser should automatically pull the new version through the silent-update mechanism, or you can download it directly from Google or your Linux distro’s package manager. Getting the update is easy, unlike the  [Read More…]

What to do if the Android 5.0 Lollipop update hasn’t pushed to your Nexus yet

Still waiting on your Android 5.0 update? Here’s what’s up …

Android 5.0 Lollipop is available for your Nexus device! Sort of! But definitely! Factory images are available for flashing over fastboot. Over-the-air-update file locations are known, and we can sideload at will. Code has been released to AOSP.

So why hasn’t your Nexus device actually seen an Android 5.0 update yet? And is it time to freak out?

Not hardly. Let’s discuss a little.

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OnePlus One release date pushed back due to OpenSSL vulnerability patch

OnePlus has again delayed its upcoming debut flagship Android smartphone, the One. The company confirmed in an email sent out to early adopters, who await their promised invites, that the device will be delayed due to a last minute CyanogenMOD software update. A Member of the CyanogenMOD team took to Reddit yesterday to clarify that this software update was to ensure the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability has been patched prior to shipping.

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Google I/O registration pushed back a week

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Originally scheduled for today, the Google I/O registration system has been pushed back a few days.

Seemingly having issues with the system, Google I/O 2014 registration will now run from April 15th till April 18th.

Google I/O runs from June 25-26th 2014 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, with tickets costing $ 900 per person, or $ 300 for a student.

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Google I/O registration pushed back a week

Looks like Google still has some work to do on the Google I/O registration systems, as it’s pushed the four-day registration window for this year’s developer conference back to next week. Originally scheduled to go live today, I/O 14 registration will now run from April 15-18, so bear that in mind if you were planning on putting your name into the hat today.

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T-Mobile Galaxy S5 pre-order deadline pushed back, you still have time to get it on the 11th

Same $ 660 up-front price or $ 27.50 monthly financing applies for later pre-orders

T-Mobile is pushing back the date you can pre-order a Galaxy S5 and still have it by launch day, giving everyone an extra week to get their orders in. When T-Mobile first gave details on its Galaxy S5 launch it had pre-orders available from March 24th to the 31st, and ordering in that week guaranteed delivery of the phone by April 11th.  [Read More…]

Android 4.0.3 source code being pushed to AOSP


Googler Jean-Baptiste Queru has just announced the push of Android 4.0.3 to the Android Open Source Project tree.  This build is for the Motorola Xoom (U.S. Versions), the Nexus S (all versions), and of course the mysid and yakju builds of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.  Yes, one set of sources and build number for several different devices — that’s a first for AOSP and if it’s pulled off well (I’ll bet it  [Read More…]

AT&T Galaxy S II Android 2.3.6 update pushed out

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The AT&T Galaxy S II is getting a nice little update this morning that brings its Android version number to 2.3.6. A number of people have reported that the update failed at first, but others have installed it with nary a hitch. Go to Settings>About Phone and give it a shot, then hit the link below to see how it’s going for everyone else.

Discuss: AT&T Galaxy S II  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy Nexus pushed back until after Black Friday?


As if we’ve not been waiting long enough for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, things seem to be getting a bit more frustrating. After all the hype and speculation we’ve been hearing, the device was finally announced last month. Now that we’ve seen a bit of what the first Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone will be, the next step (and the hardest) is to wait for it to be released.

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