No More Sweet Android Names

After 9 versions of Android OSs named after sweet foods and candy (Kit Kat, Lollipop, etc.) Google is now naming the releases simply by version number, starting with the release of Android 10. Google has their reasons for doing so, and while it will certainly make our lives easier by not having to remember the… Read more »

Android 10 Has Been Released

Google has officially released Android 10, although the release is starting with Google Pixel devices and will branch out to include other models over the course of the year; historically, carrier uptake can often take a while as well. You can read about the new Android 10 features on their blog, if interested. Android 10… Read more »

Hardware Lab Feedback From Our Readers

We often post about new additions to our hardware testing inventory, QA methodology, or even what we do with our retired systems. This time, we’d like to turn it around a little: What would you like to see in our hardware inventory? Different systems? More video cards? Apple Watches? Printers? VR Headsets? Let us know!… Read more »

Compatibility Test Cases

Hardware compatibility test cases are usually a little different than the manual functionality test cases we often employ. Since compatibility testing looks mainly at interactions between hardware and software, the test cases tend to be less granular on a functional level, and instead more geared towards measuring variables, such as frame rate, in the application… Read more »