HTC will not update tablet line to Android 4.0

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After consideration, HTC decides to leave their tablet line with a still-supported Honeycomb experience.

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HTC confirms Android 4.0 update timeline for their Android phones

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It’s that time of the month when we come up with a good news for all the HTC fanboys out there, and this one might be the best so far. HTC posted a proper timeline on their support page a few days ago, where the Android giant confirmed when their  phones will see the ‘... Read More

Sony: All tablets, all regions to see Android 4.0 by end of May

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The Tablet P and Tablet S will see Ice Cream Sandwich by May 31, regardless of region.

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Samsung adds four T-Mobile devices to Android 4.0 update list

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The picture gets clearer as Samsung adds the nation's number four carrier on the ICS list.

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T-Mobile: Android 4.0 arrives for Sensation 4G this week

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The long-awaited Android 4.0 updates are nearing for both HTC smartphones.

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HTC Golf appears in Wild, will be out later this year

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HTC amazed us at the Mobile World Congress by introducing a bunch of new Android powered phones, like the HTC One X, S and V. All of them are undoubtedly brilliant devices, but it seems HTC still got some stuff in their bag. Almost 2 months ago, an Android powered HTC device was leaked as HTC ...

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Kyocera officially introduces Kyocera Hydro and Rise

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Kyocera is a brand trying their best to somehow make a strong place in the smartphone market, like Samsung or Huawei, but they are still trying their very best. They brought the Kyocera Echo, a dual-screen phone to Sprint, which was actually not a success. Anyway, today at the CTIA, Kyocera ...

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A hint of carriers to support the Galaxy S III?

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The new Galaxy S III may be cool and all, but I’m sure we all remember the enormous amount of time it took to introduce the Galaxy S II in the US. Samsung’s new sign-up site for information hints at a relatively soon release of its new flagship in the US. In order to complete... Read More

$400 Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 now available to order

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Shipments start May 11 for the Wi-Fi Android 4.0 tablet.

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Galaxy S III announced, ‘inspired by nature’

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Well, it looks like the cat is out of the bag. After months of mock-ups, fakes and leaks, Samsung has announced its new flagship: The Galaxy S III. Packing a whopping 720p HD Super AMOLED screen and a home-made quad-core Exynos processor (unless you’re on Verizon), this device is at least ...

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Android 4.0 getting close to 5% share of platform

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Android’s biggest problem continues to be fragmentation. Particularly when you have a huge UI change, like in Android 4.0 ICS, it’s important to get as many devices as you can on the update to avoid customer confusion and developer frustration. Even the Nexus S 4G, Sprint’s ...

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Samsung Canada dishes Ice Cream Sandwich to host of products

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Android 4.0 arrives for nine Galaxy series smartphones and tablets in Canada.

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Sony ST21i ‘Tapioca’ entry level device leaked

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Yesterday, we showed you a leaked Sony device which will be launched in July, and there was another device in the roadmap known as Tapioca. The device today showed up at TechBlog, alongside Sony Xperia S. The device is scheduled for July and it will be the tiniest member of Sony Xperia series.  ...

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Sony Tablet S receives Android 4.0 update

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If you are one of the Sony Tablet S users, then you’re in luck. After all the working and coding, the Android 4.0 release for Sony Tablet S is finally here, and the update is a breath of cool, fresh, Ice Cream-y air.  It brings all the good Android 4.0 stuff to the tablet which... Read More

Sony Hayabusa specs rumored to include 4.5-inch display, 7mm chassis

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Until now, the only thing we knew about Sony LT29i was that it was going to be arriving this summer.  We learned from a leaked roadmap that the handset would carry a €493 ($650 US) price tag and assumed that it would be a high-end device.  Thanks to details obtained by BriefMobile we know know ...

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