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Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Release Date: Google Developer Confirms Launch On Website

iDigital Times- Google has had no problem drumming up support for the next Android update, especially because it didn't announce any major updates at its annual developer's conference -- Google I/O -- in May. Fans of the operating system have been clamoring for information about the major next upgrade for months, but Google hasn't made any announcements about Android aside from launching a few new apps. Google Keyboard just came out Wednesday, and the company also launched a new cloud service called Google Keep several months ago. However, Google has not made any major adjustments to Android since the release of Android 4.2.2 in November 2012.

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In2iti0n1280d ago

Android 5.0 is going to be the big one.

Agent_hitman1279d ago (Edited 1279d ago )

It would be awesome if Google release a 64bit Android for PC, since that platform is already dominating the market just like Microsoft's windows.. It could be a great time to pursue it since Windows 8 is struggling to capture the PC consumers and instead sticking to Windows 7 for good.

I'm pretty sure many PC manufacturers will jump ship to Google if that happens. I don't really understand why Google still chooses to push CHROME OS instead of expanding the android to PC desktop/laptop.

Settler1279d ago

Totally agree with agent hitman, if they able to create Android OS for PC, revolution will definitely come in field of PC OS :)