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Perhaps one of the most polarizing tablets we’ve encountered, the Excite 13 is certainly niche. Right for some, totally wrong for everyone else.
A source close to Engadget confirms that Ice Cream Sandwich is ready to head out the door.
Limited to a couple hundred European users, HTC is giving early access to 4.0 with Sense UI.
The handset maker adds new models to the list of devices expected to receive Android 4.0. Additionally, HTC outlines a specific time frame for select smartphones.
The wait is over for the update to ICS Android 4.0 for Sony Tablet owners. Well, okay… the wait isn’t over, it’s just begun really, but at least you know
HTC recently launched the HTC Rezound for Verizon Wireless, which is launched as successor to Incredible 2, and there’s no doubt the Rezound is an amazing successor to it; yesterday,
Android 4.0 was recently unveiled by Google and all Android users are hoping that their device will receive this new mighty software update. While many newer devices are slated to
Could the hot new Android build refresh the first Honeycomb tablet.
If you have more than a passing interest in smartphones then you no doubt are aware of Android 4.0 by now. Known as Ice Cream Sandwich, it’s the gorgeous stuff
It has taken nearly three years to bring screen captures to Android, but we’re glad we waited.
The launch of Google’s upcoming Android software, Ice Cream Sandwich, is around the corner. If we have a little look on last two years, we can see that Google launched
It’s that time of the week again, as the rumor mill is in full swing, this time with a new tablet from Motorola that’s sure to turn some heads (if it even exists). A rumor has reached the guys over at SlashGear, and it’s proposing that Moto is working on a new Android tablet, one to truly rival the iPad 2. This device is said to sport a 10-inch HD display, with a 2048 x 1536 resolution, and the speculation doesn’t end there. The rumored tablet will be running Ice Cream Sandwich, something we haven’t heard much about since Eric Schmidt gave us some details on it.
Andy Rubin let it slip a few weeks ago that Google was working on another Nexus device, this one to be the first device to run Ice Cream Sandwich, which essentially brings Honeycomb to both tablets and phones, with each device getting the assets and features that fit it best. We first heard whispers that LG would be the manufacturer of this new Nexus device (some referred to it as the Nexus 3), but now we’re learning that HTC also has a hand in the proverbial cookie jar.
Well, it’s Google I/O week, so you had to expect something big. Andy Rubin has confirmed that Google is indeed working on a new Nexus device, but he failed to give a specific name.