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You can finally activate 'OK Google' from the Maps screen and get more notifications about new places to check out.
You can carry the entire Internet in your pocket, but you still sometimes need to put something on paper.
Make it the best phone it can be by making it yours.
Even though the Nexus 6P is the recommended test device, not even that will make the cut when it comes time to certify Daydream-ready phones.
Load up on fresh Android apps and games for the weekend ahead.
Also, Nvidia's Shield LTE Tablet and T-Mobile's Galaxy S5 are finally getting Android Marshmallow after a lengthy wait.
Skype has fully embraced Google's Material Design aesthetic and is easier to navigate in landscape mode.
Google has collected plenty of data about who is naughty and nice, and it may be about to make some of it public.
It seems more companies are getting into the modular game, as Lenovo looks to make a splash with its newest Moto-branded flagship.
You can still get your hands on one through HTC's website, but they're the last of the final production run.
Google appears to be developing a version of Android for the Raspberry Pi 3, but nobody knows what it will be for.
What a difference a year makes, particularly when it comes to Android and Google's ever-changing Maps app. New features include searching and navigating in 'offline' mode, as well as viewing (or hiding) your contacts on the map.
It's time to discover the convenience of paying for stuff with your smartphone.