By now, the pattern is pretty familiar. In spite of the company stepping up its detection efforts, Google can’t seem to eliminate sketchy applications from sneaking their way into the Google Play Store where they often rack up millions of downloads before being found and eliminated.
The latest culprits that have been found are a handful of camera and VPN apps that have collectively racked up several hundred million downloads.
Huawei might have been able to deploy Android 10 just in time for its Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro releases, but, thanks to a looming U.S. imports ban, Western markets will not be able to use Google apps and services on those phones… at least out of the box. We’ve been expecting a couple of twists to come out of the company in order to accommodate those Google-dependent customers and they have certainly come — right out of the CEO’s mouth. Read More
CEO says Huawei Mate 30 bootloader is unlockable, opening easy pathway to Google apps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Here’s what you need to know about Android 10 on three generations of Pixels.
The stable Android 10 update started rolling out to the Pixels two weeks ago. Google has been making phones for nearly four years now, and while it hasn’t pushed any boundaries in hardware design, it introduced several groundbreaking software features. Google leads the pack when it comes to computational photography, consistently achieving stunning results with average camera hardware when the rest of the industry is moving to bigger and higher-res sensors.