Now that Google I/O is in full swing and Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) has been announced, the next step is to see some development. In keeping with this, Google has released the SDK to developers worldwide. The official release won’t come until July, but you …
The folks over at Mozilla have been tinkering with Firefox for Android for some time now. Old versions always seemed to be very “beta” in the way they handled, with slowdowns being a norm and unhappy testers being the same. However, with the new version, …
Are you a ROM developer? Tinkerer? Just a solid geek with a passion for Android? After tonight’s awesome Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and Samsung Galaxy Nexus announcements, the SDK is now available for download, and users can start developing not only their apps in …
If you are a fan of Gameloft games, you will be happy to hear they just changed their DRM policy. Now what does this mean? Gameloft changing their DRM policy means that you can now re-download already purchased games to a new device. For example, …
While we know our friends on the Cyanogenmod team have entered into nightlies for the G2X, many people who are not either into or able to root their devices have been wondering when they will see their shiny new G2X devices receiving Gingerbread in an official way. The answer may be sooner than later.
On Friday, November 19th a firmware update was leaked by a Samsung insider relating to the GT-I9200, also rumored to be the Galaxy S2. The firmware is being looked over by many by now especially those at XDA-Developers. At this time it’s not exactly known what the …
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