Today at Google I/O, we got a better understanding as to what Google’s newest update, JellyBean, has in store for us. The first part of Jellybean will be called ” Project Butter” which will be where Google improves the overall performance of the Android operating system. One thing it looks to improve will be the […]
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Sony sent out an email letting us know that ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.0) is now out for the Tablet S. If you have one today is a glorious day for you! The Sony Tablet S will prompt users to do a system update next time they connect to Wi-Fi. Once users click OK […]
Telus Mobility is apparently doing some extensive updates to their phones. We all LOVE updates and love it even more when they tell us about it. Is your phone one of the units being updated? Hit the break for the link…
It seems just yesterday that I was watching the ICS presentation on ustream. Ahhh. Nearly seven months later, and more and more devices seem to be receiving the ICS updates. As more devices begin to run the software, Android’s market share follows.
ICS coming to a device near you! In this case, maybe as near as your pocket or belt clip! For all you GSII carriers, TMO looks to be catering to you this quarter. Read more after the break.
Chrome for Android has only been on the market for a few months, but has made a ruckus in the mobile browsing arena. Today, we learned that the smooth little browser is about to drop out of the beta phase. Click through to read on…
That’s right! This afternoon, AT&T announced the ICS update for the HTC Vivid. Who knew that the giant would be the first to push out an official 4.0 update! Curious to see the list? Hit the break for the entire press release!
HTC announced today that is has entered a partnership with LogMeIn, the popular remote support tool. HTC said it will begin including the software on future devices. Devices will ship, with carriers consent of course, LogMeIn Rescue installed which will allow end users to connect to HTC support staff with the click of a button. […]