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[Download] Android 4.4.1 OTA (KOT49E) For The Nexus 7 2013 LTE

Android 4.4.1 is rolling out for a number of devices today, including the Nexus 5, but as with most Nexus device updates, it's happening in stages. As such, it could be a few days before you get the OTA if you choose to wait, and we all know what that's like: annoying. So, here's the Android 4.4.1 OTA for the 2013 Nexus 7 LTE (must be the LTE model - this will not flash on the Wi-Fi version).

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Nexus 5 Android 4.4.1 OTA (KOT49E) File Is Ready For You To Download And Install Right Here

The existence of Android 4.4.1 for the Nexus 5 was only confirmed by Google today, and here we have the update ready to go in no time. If you've got Google's latest and greatest Android phone, get ready to see some better pictures. We have the link for the OTA file (build KOT49E), so you don't have to wait on the update to reach you naturally.

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Google Voice Search Now Speaks French, German, And Japanese

Just by tapping the microphone icon in the search bar, English speakers can ask Google any number of questions and have their phone respond in their native language. Thus far, others haven't been so lucky. But now Google is expanding that functionality to more languages. Starting today, French, German, and Japanese speakers shall also be able to ask their Android devices questions and hear answers spoken in the same tongue.

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The changes should take place server-side, so you don't have to wait for a update (as long as you already have the latest version, that is).

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[Update: It's Rolling Out Today] Android 4.4.1 Will Improve The Nexus 5's Camera, Update Expected To Roll Out Over The Next Couple Of Days

Update: Google has announced via Google+ that the update is rolling out today, and that in addition to speeding up focusing, it will add faster white balancing, less shutter lag, and the ability to pinch-zoom the viewfinder in HDR+ mode. The company also shared a handful of photos showing the difference between normal mode and HDR+ following the update.

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Android 4.4.1 is scheduled to roll out to the Nexus 5 over the next couple of days, and when it arrives, expect an improved picture-taking experience.

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[New Game] Scotchy Scotch Toss Stars Anchorman Ron Burgundy Blabbering As You Fling Ice Cubes Into His Glass Of Scotch

There's a sequel to 2004's Anchorman about to hit theaters in a matter of weeks, and on the off chance you have yet to see a commercial for it, Paramount Digital Entertainment has dropped a movie-themed game into the Play Store to get you pumped. As anchorman Ron Burgundy puts it, Scotchy Scotch Toss "combines the skill of tossing ice cubes into a glass with the art of not moving." If that sounds exciting, then you fit precisely into the demographic Paramount is trying to target.

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Sony SmartWatch 2 App Updated With Fast Scrolling Notifications, Auto-Brightness, Stopwatch, And More Watch Faces

Sony has been surprisingly quiet on the smartwatch front since launching its SmartWatch 2. But now that the Galaxy Gear is gaining steam (or at the very least, getting a hell of a lot of advertising airtime) they've set out to put a little extra oomph in their Xperia-styled digital watch. A quick update to the Android app on the Google Play Store has given the device a few expanded capabilities.

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Android 4.3 Update Rolling Out To C Spire's Samsung Galaxy S4

Maybe you were hoping to be munching on some KitKat by now, but you'll have to make do with more jelly beans. The C Spire variant of the Galaxy S4 is getting the long-awaited OTA to Android 4.3 starting now. You should have a pretty good handle on what that means by now.

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Google Is Finally Making It Possible To Export A Copy Of Your Gmail And Calendar Data

At this point in my life, a solid 70% of everything I've ever said resides on Google's servers somewhere. If the company were to ever close its doors, those words would be lost to history. But that's about to change. Google's rolling out the ability to easily download a copy of your Gmail and Calendar data, so you can migrate it to another service when the unthinkable - or the inevitable - happens.

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Fleksy Invisible Keyboard Leaves Beta, Available To All Interested Parties In Play Store

If you've ever looked at your Android keyboard and thought, "Man, that thing is just too opaque," then this is a big day for you. Fleksy keyboard has left beta and is available for download in Google Play. This alternative input method uses aggressive autocorrect and gestures to do away with much of the keyboard UI – even making it completely transparent.

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Fleksy seems to be one of those things that either works for you or doesn't – Not a lot of middle ground.

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[New App] Quip, A Mobile Word Processor That Puts People First, Launches For Android

Traditionally word processors have tasked themselves with producing nice, printable documents. Mobile versions have followed up with the unenviable task of replicating this functionality on much smaller screens. Quip throws this entire concept out of the window, instead creating a writing experience built for the ground up for mobile devices. The team released an alpha version over the summer, but it was little more than a demo of the iOS version of the app.

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