Ars Technica writing about Lollipop on the 2012 Nexus 7: "So, no, it's not a pleasant experience and even the one-year-newer 2013 Nexus 7 is a drastic upgrade that still glides easily through anything Lollipop throws at it. But none of these problems are new. The 2012 Nexus 7 had the same multitasking hiccups in KitKat and later Jelly Bean releases, so it's not surprising that they continue in Lollipop."
What Ars Technica describes above is consistent with my experience. Lollipop on the 2012 Nexus 7 is the same as KitKat. If you are trying to use the 2012 Nexus 7 as your daily driver, it is probably time for an upgrade.
Finding Your Phone With the New Motorola Keylink - The Official Motorola Blog. I wonder why using Keylink as a trusted device only works with 2nd Gen Moto Xs?
Amazon Fire TV Stick Initial Thoughts I have one of these on order, and I have been notified I should receive it on Saturday. I am not sure I am thrilled by the power requirements, if true. I've come to appreciate the USB approach that Google took with Chromecast.
Happy birthday Windows: Microsoft Windows 1.0 was released on this date in 1985.