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Google Updates Its Android Compatibility Definition Document For Lollipop


Google’s compatibility definition document (CDD) is meant to provide guidelines, requirements, and recommendations to Android device manufacturers who want their devices to be “compatible” with the latest release of Android, allowing them to pass Google’s Compatibility Test Suite.
Last time Google updated the document, we noted at least one change of interest, requiring that manufacturers use white status icons with translucent bars. Naturally, when we noticed Google had updated the document again, we had to take a look and see what changes had been made. Google Updates Its Android Compatibility Definition Document For Lollipop was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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[Deal Alert] Amazon Prime Will Be On Sale For $72 On January 24 To Celebrate Golden Globe Awards


Update: Today’s the day!
To celebrate recent Golden Globe wins, Amazon plans to treat customers to a couple of deals this weekend. First, it plans to allow free streaming of all episodes of Transparent, its award-winning original series. That’s ten episodes, available to stream Saturday January 24 from 12:01am eastern to 11:59pm pacific using Amazon’s Prime Instant Video service.
Perhaps more exciting, though, is the fact that Amazon will be offering Prime memberships for $72 on the same day (to celebrate the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards of course), a nice discount over the normal $99/year price. [Deal Alert] Amazon Prime Will Be On Sale For $72 On January 24 To Celebrate Golden Globe Awards was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Google Issues Official Response To Concerns Over Jelly Bean WebView Security

nexusae0_jb-new-logo_thumb_thumb.pngYou might have noticed a number of recent stories (like this one) claiming Google was abandoning some huge portion of Android users rather than fix WebView security holes. It’s exactly the kind of thing that makes good clickbait. Google has now issued a statement on the security issues in Android 4.3 and earlier, basically pointing out it’s not feasible to update old code forever and offering tips for avoiding potential exploits. Google Issues Official Response To Concerns Over Jelly Bean WebView Security was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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