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Submitted by Settler 779d ago | news

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. (Android 4.3, Google, Services, Software, Web)

In2iti0n  +   779d ago
Android 5.0 is going to be the big one.
Agent_hitman  +   779d 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.
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Settler  +   779d ago
Totally agree with agent hitman, if they able to create Android OS for PC, revolution will definitely come in field of PC OS :)

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