At an event in San Francisco, Google today unveiled the next version of Android, and while it doesn't appear to be a major departure from the last, it does bring its share of improvements, including mult-user restricted profiles.
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The new Google Nexus 7's smooth performance, frankly stunning screen and low price should launch it to the top of the list for those looking for a new seven-inch tablet.
At the same time, KitKat's bite has reached almost 2 percent, while Gingerbread is eating up a 20 percent share.
This Android 4.2 dual-core effort is just £60 from Argos, locked to Virgin as a pay as you go phone. How does it measure up to the Moto G?
Jelly Bean is now on 59.1 per cent of all active Android devices, according to the latest figures from Google.
As rumoured, Android Jelly Bean is now rolling out to more Sony Xperia Z devices, bringing more features aplenty.
The Sony Xperia Z, ZL, ZR and Xperia Tablet Z are poised to follow the Sony Xperia Z1 in updating to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
The gigantic Sony Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z Ultra phablet are now updating to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
The Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S3 has resumed, with Samsung apologising for the earlier issues.
For the first time in years, the most widely used version of Android also happens to be the newest. That's good news for developers, but Android is more complicated than one bar chart.