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Both Google and Apple have started the long tease ahead of new software updates in Spring, with Android P and iOS 12 now available to users who are brave enough to take the plunge (and have a developer account, in Apple's case). So which beta software looks most promising and gets us most excited? Here's how they stack up.

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Android P is here, for those who want it, with a compatible device and the patience to put up with a few extra bugs and crashes. We've been playing around with the beta OS on a Pixel 2, and these are the most promising features we've come across so far - including a few hidden goodies Google hasn't mentioned yet.

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Google has released the Android P Beta into the wild - its best and most ambitious version in years. Unlike the Developer Preview, this is a more stable build that non-techies can enjoy. Here are the steps required.

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For the past few months, die-hard Android users have been busy testing the Android P developer preview. While that already contains some great new features, the just-released beta update brings even more innovation to the table. We think it's going to be Google's most significant mobile operating system in years. Here are five new features you need to know about.

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This morning Google presented the keynote address at its annual I/O developer conference. It was kind of short compared to some of the marathons we've been subjected to in the past! But there's still plenty for us to praise - and pan.

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Is it going to be called Pumpkin Pie or Peppermint Patty? Or how about Popsicle? Well, whatever Google ends up deciding on, if history is any indication, we're not going to know for sure until spring. So to hold us over, why don't we take a look at all the new updates and features Google showed off for Android at I/O 2018?

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Google's annual developer conference, Google I/O, officially kicks off Tuesday in Mountain View California. The festivities begin with a keynote from Google CEO, Sundar Pichai Tuesday at 1pm ET/11pm AEST. Here's how to watch all the announcements live.

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For those who missed the memo, the first developer preview of Android P is now available. If you're keen to get Google's latest operating system on your smartphone right now, here's what you need to know.