Android 4.0+ inches forward in overall platform share

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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 at the expense of ...

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Sprint deploys Honeycomb update to Evo View 4G

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Android 3.2 comes to the U.S. edition of HTC's first Android tablet.

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ASUS Transformer Prime to receive Android 4.0 next month?

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The ASUS Transformer Prime is considered as one of the hottest Android devices of 2011, and it was announced by ASUS a few weeks ago as the first ever NVIDIA Quad-core tablet. While the Prime has already been available for pre-order, it’s set to hit the market by the end of this month and ...

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Toshiba issues Android 3.2 update to Thrive tablet

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Toshiba has begun issuing another software update for their Thrive tablet today, keeping the 10.1-inch tablet on pace with its competitors.  Available immediately, Android 3.2 update also enables an improved compatibility mode enhancing the way apps originally designed for smaller screen act on ...

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Motorola now rolling out Android 3.2 for UK XOOM

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The Motorola XOOM was the first ever tablet to feature Google’s tablet optimized OS known as Honeycomb. The latest version of Honeycomb is known as Android 3.2 and it was launched for theUS version of the XOOM almost 3 months ago, leaving the European version in the dark. It seems the ...

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Dell Streak 7 Now Receiving Android Honeycomb 3.2 Update

Dell is undoubtedly one of the leaders when talking about computers, but recently we noticed that Dell isn’t interested anymore in the US mobile market. As of late, they seem to be launching their devices in mostly Asian markets (no not the one around the corner). Anyway, does anyone ...

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ASUS Eee Pad Slider Lands in USA and Canada

Android tablets are becoming more common each and every day and a lot of people are showing their interests in them. Tablets have been around for a long time but the breakthrough was when Apple launched the iPad, and now, the iPad feels like history when you look at all the new Android tablets. ...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Now up for Pre-Order at BestBuy

We have some good news for all the Samsung fanboys in the US. Samsung is finally gearing up to launch the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 via BestBuy and the tablet is now up for pre-order. At the moment, only the 16 GB metallic gray version is available and BestBuy is offering it for $469.99. ...

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ASUS Eee Pad Slider Price Revealed, Launching Later this Month

Remember the ASUS Eee Pad Slider which was announced by ASUS at the CES 2011? It’s been almost 8 months and still no sign of the first Android tablet to feature a QWERTY sliding keyboard. During a media event in New York, an ASUS rep officially revealed that the tablet will hit the US ...

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HTC Flyer Honeycomb Screenshots Leaked

Back at MWC, HTC officially announced the HTC Flyer, their first Android tablet. The Flyer launched with Gingerbread, despite the fact that most people were expecting Honeycomb. It’s still running on Gingerbread as of right now, but HTC made an announcement a few months ago that the Flyer ...

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Android 3.2 to Bring Official Netflix Support to ASUS Transformer?

Netflix has been both a blessing and a curse since the release of the Android app. It originally only worked on a handful of devices, until someone discovered that by simply installing the apk, it was very functional on many Android tablets. Sadly, the unrooted Transformer owners were left in ...

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Motorola Xoom Android 3.2 Update Rolling Out, Includes SD Card Support

We first heard about Android 3.2 when Huawei announced their 7-inch MediaPad last month, and we learned that it is essentially a version of Honeycomb that was built with more processors and smaller displays in mind. It would appear that the guys over at DroidLife have gotten their hands on some ...

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