Lollipop's dreaded memory leak is fixed for some. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Lollipop’s dreaded memory leak is fixed for some. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Lollipop’s memory leak has been plaguing Nexus users since Android 5.0 was released late last year, and despite several updates since then, Google has failed to fix it. Fortunately, third-party developers have stepped in with a patch.

The tweak is intended for devices running AOSP ROMs based on Android 5.0 and up, and it’s available on rooted devices running the Xposed framework.

Vive, HTC's VR headset. Photo: HTC

Vive, HTC’s VR headset. Photo: HTC

If there’s one way to encourage developers to build software for a brand new device, it’s to give them that device absolutely free. That’s what Valve and HTC are doing with the new Vive VR headset, which won’t cost a penny if you’re a qualified developer.

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No. Just no. Photo: Jia Yuenting

Whether it’s arguing over market share vs. profit margins, or Google Now vs. Siri, the war between Android and iOS users can sometimes can a bit heated.

But up until today, no matter how anti-Apple the crowd, I’ve never heard anyone stoop to compare Tim Cook’s company to Adolf Hitler, the mass-murdering Nazi Party leader.

That’s all changed now, however, as a new ad from Chinese Internet video site service, Jia Yueting, is drawing on the massively offensive parallel to promote its new Android smartphone.

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Could the LG G4 be as curvy as the G Flex? Photo: LG

Could the LG G4 be as curvy as the G Flex? Photo: LG

LG’s new G Flex 2 may not be its only flagship smartphone with a curved display for 2015. Sources familiar with the company’s plans say that the upcoming G4 will have one, too, but with a sharper Quad HD resolution just like last year’s G3.

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