Lollipop, the latest version of Google's Android mobile operating system, has yet to make much of a dent in the market.
Google has streamlined the process to ban an app from sending notifications to your wrist.
Tired of the screen on your smartwatch lighting up every time you lift your arm? You can now disable it.
Ever dismiss a notification on your watch, only to wish you hadn't? The latest update allows you to do just that.
Forget booting up your computer to take a screenshot of your watch, after a recent update you only need your phone.
A minor Lollipop update should arrive in the first few months of the new year, full of bug fixes and one feature we've especially missed.
The update squashes a bug that could reset your Android device if it detects too many accidental or incorrect attempts to unlock the lock screen.
Latest edition of Android pops up in Poland for the GS5 and should wend its way through Europe before too long, says SamMobile.
The release represents the final version that will be released to consumers, reportedly expected later this month.
All the rumors and hype combined make the first big thing from Google and Motorola sound more like a unicorn than a smartphone.