Jide’s Android powered Remix OS creates a desktop optimized version of Android the company also made hardware and later partnered with others. However, development was notably quiet this year and Jide has today revealed that it is moving away from the consumer space to focus on enterprise.
In a message on Jide's website Jide noted they have received an “increasing number of inquiries from enterprises in various industries and began helping them build great tools for their organizations” over the past year.
In a message from Jide "…development on all existing products such as Remix OS for PC as well as products in our pipeline such as Remix IO and IO+ will be discontinued. Full refunds will be issued to all backers via Kickstarter for both Remix IO and Remix IO+. In addition any purchases made via our online store that has remained unfulfilled will also be fully refunded."
According to Android Police the above image is said to be that of the 2nd generation Google Pixel XL, that is codenamed “taimen” made by LG.
As you can see from the design, this looks a lot like the phone that an XDA member leaked a couple of weeks ago.
According to Android Police's sources, this is the phone that LG has made for Google in place of the HTC made “muskie” that was once thought to be the new Google Pixel XL. It rumored to have a 6 inch LG made AMOLED display with a 2:1 ratio.
It is also rumored that the new LG made Google Pixel XL phone will sport squeezable sides, just like we've seen on the HTC U11 which will allow you to interact with the phone.
Source: Android Police
Comcast and Charter working with Sprint is a two way street. Sprint could also try and negotiate its way into using the fiber cable that Comcast and Charter have both laid throughout the US where these Comcast and Charter are in the top three for ISP’s in the US.
Having access to that fiber would help Sprint add more capacity to its network, as well as more coverage. It would also help in the 5G department in the next few years seeing as 5G is using quite a bit of fiber cable, making a deal with Comcast or Charter would be much cheaper and easier to deploy then building out the infrastructure needed.
A complete buyout of Sprint by either Comcast or Charter is not actually off of the table yet, according to recent reports.
Sprint is still in exclusive talks with both Comcast and Charter, so it’s very possible that one might have enough interest in Sprint to buy a significant portion of the company. SoftBank does still want to be part owner but it is looking for a way to bring in more cash to help Sprint expand and keep up with the rest of the industry.
Source: The Street
According to Google, July's security update is now available for download for the following devices: Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Nexus 6P, Google Nexus 5X, Google Pixel C, Google Nexus 6, Google Nexus 9, and Nexus Player.
The most important issue patched in this update concerns a critical security vulnerability in media framework, which “could enable a remote attacker using a specially crafted file to execute arbitrary code within the context of a privileged process.”
For the rest of the issues that have been addressed in the July security update, you can hit the source link below.
Source: Google, OTA Images, Factory Images