Android 4.0+ Ice Cream Sandwich and Android 4.1+ Jelly Bean have notched a few percentage points in the overall breakdown of the platform. Moving up ever so slightly, the two builds have grown month over month while others slowly diminish. Most of the movement comes …
E-readers are getting pretty popular these days, and if you love reading books, then Panasonic may just have the tablet for you. They’re planning to launch an Android-based e-reader in Japan, called the Panasonic Raboo.
Today Leader International Inc. announced their new “Budget Tablet”, the Impression 10. The Impression 10 offers some high quality features that tablets like the Xoom and Galaxy Tab 10.1 are offering, namely a large capacitive touchscreen, a camera, Flash, and IPS Display. Sounds awesome …
The phone originally codenamed “Stealth,” the SCH-i510, has been discovered going by a new name. The device, which was teased at CES by Samsung and Verizon, has shown up as the Droid Charge. Neither is acknowledging that it exists, but the word is out. Thanks …
Blaze, a company designed to help clients optimize their websites, recently conducted study of mobile browsers to see which was faster. Pitting Android 2.3 against iOS 4.3 there could only be one winner. If you read the headline coming in, you already know what happens. Let’s break the details down a bit though, shall we?
Just this past week, I put my beloved T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab on craigslist in anticipation of getting the first Android 3.0 tablet: the Motorola Xoom courtesy of Verizon Wireless. As expected, the Tab sold rather quickly and the price offered was right so I …
Citing multiple issues with force closing of apps and not recognizing the microSD card, Sprint it halting the 2.2 update.
Android 2.2 is expected to hit AT&T Captivate handsets beginning tomorrow, February 24th. Now, let’s talk about Gingerbread.
Picture a snowball rolling down a hill, getting bigger by the moment and you’ll have an image of the growing hostility over the situation. Just what the heck is going on over at Samsung? Someone reporting to be from the inside of the handset maker has taken to XDA to share a few details. As he/she explains it the withholding of the update is “largely political one, not a technological one”.
If you are a fan of Hulu and Hulu plus, and you carry an Android device around with you, there is reason to celebrate. During the Samsung Keynote at CES, Hulu’s CEO announced that they are working to bring the Hulu Plus subscription service to “select Android phones”.
A quote from Hulu’s blog about the announcement:
I find myself again envious of our Android brothers and sisters in China, as they are going to get their hands on this beauty first. The image to the left is the Lenovo LePad with the optional IdeaPad dock. The LePad is an Android 2.2 powered Android tablet. Details on the tablet are as follows:
Remember when we got the info on the Shift’s release date? Well, now, thanks to Cellphonesignal, we have more info. It seems that WalMart’s website is showing us that the Shift will, indeed, be available January 9th. Not only that, but they’ve also posted some …
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