To celebrate the 2017 Lunar New Year, KitKat is bringing two of its famously exotic flavours to chocolate connoisseurs Down Under: the Citrus Creme Brulee KitKat and Red Bean and Toasted Coconut KitKat. For the princely sum of $68, you can purchase a selection of both flavours in a Special Edition gift set. That's $68. For some KitKats. Let's see what they taste like.
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One of Android's biggest downsides is the speed at which you receive updates: some phones will take months to get the latest version of Android. Ars Technica runs down the best (and worst) manufacturers for quick updates.
We've shown you how to set your Nexus 5 to use Australian English, but unfortunately the nifty 'OK Google' command to automatically start speech recognition and search for what you say only works with US English. Here's how to have both Australian English on screen and all the 'OK Google' goodness.
Android: We recently showed you how to add many of the features from Android KitKat to your phone immediately. Now the keyboard that will be included in Android 4.4 is available as a stand-alone APK that will work on any Jelly Bean device, and even some phones older than that.
Android KitKat was announced only yesterday, but both carriers and manufacturers are already promising to roll it out as soon as possible. You don't have to sit around and wait though -- you can get some of KitKat's newest and best features for the phone you already have, right now. Here's how.