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Sprint to start Rolling out Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy SIII

  Looks like Sprint will be the first carrier to start rolling out cheap generic viagra the Android Jelly Bean 4.1.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy S3! cheap viagra  The updates should be over the air and will be available buying generic viagra for your device anytime soon! Knowing Sprint, they like to roll out […]

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Google Now Ported to ICS!

Google Now has been the topic of a great number of discussions around the various forums since the canada pharmacy no prescription inception of Jelly Bean. There have viagra pills australia been many different variations of the voice-based search function. Nothing as brilliant as Google Now. Now Ice Crea order viagra m Sandwich users can […]

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Factory Images Now Available for Nexus S, GNex, and Nexus 7

If you have one of the above listed devices, and are reluctant to modify the software, you can now rest assured. The Android 4.1.1 factory images have now been released.

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Jelly Bean’s ASLR Makes It Most Secure Android OS Yet

When I switched from Blackberry to Android, my main concern (aside form losing BBM) was security. I heard rumors, which I took with a grain of salt. But with ASLR, Android 4.1 is said to be the most secure OS from Google to date. From what I gather, Google’s ASLR (Address Space Layout Randomization) works […]

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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean FeaturesI

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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Samsung Unveils Flexible Android Smartphone.

Want a phone that can become  table clock, smart projector, or even a wristwatch? Samsung has got you covered! The Korean company recently unveiled Galaxy Skin, an Android smartphone that can take on different shapes, set for a 2012 Q2 release. Specs are as follows: 4″ AMOLED display (800×480) made of plastic polyimide substrate. Samsung […]

What’s next after Ice Cream Sandwich…Jelly Bean

Progress.  Google announced Android 1.0 in 2008 and it has blown up since then.  ThisIsMyNext says that the next Android OS could be called Jelly Bean, while we cont have a version number yet I am sure that will come out soon.