Android KitKat Gets The NMA Treatment

Last week, Google announced that its latest Android operating system would be called KitKat instead of the oft-rumored Key Lime Pie. Google said the name was chosen partly due to its employees’ love for the crunchy chocolate bars. Leave it…

Donut And Eclair Are Finally Wiped From The Android Distribution Charts

For the past few months, Android versions 1.6 and 2.1 have been teetering on the brink of oblivion in the monthly Android distribution numbers. With the proliferation of Jelly Bean, these two early versions of Android are finally on their…

Google Might Have Let More Than The KitKat Out Of The Bag

The buzz about Google’s newest KitKat Android has really activated Android enthusiast’s sweet teeth, and both Google and Nestle have played upon this growing desire for sweet treats. When Google announced the name “KitKat” and their partnership with Nestle, they…

KitKat 4.4 Is The Future Of Confectionery Delights

It’s no secret now that the next version of Android is called KitKat. Google and Nestle have even teamed up to give away free Nexus 7s and Google Play credit. In announcing the partnership, Nestle has put together a genius…

Is Google Putting Android On More Than Just Mobile Devices With KitKat?

This afternoon, Google surprised the lot of us by announcing the new version of Android. Instead of the rumored Key Lime Pie name, Google partnered with Nestle to name it KitKat. That’s about all we know at the moment, but…

The Next Android Will Be ‘KitKat,’ Not ‘Key Lime Pie’

The next version of Android (4.4) will follow the operating system’s running tradition of being named after a sweet treat, but it’s not going to be Key Lime Pie, as many have expected for quite some time. In fact, The…