After careful consideration and feedback, Sony plans to leave the Playstation Phone at Gingerbread.
The Tablet P and Tablet S will see Ice Cream Sandwich by May 31, regardless of region.
The picture gets clearer as Samsung adds the nation’s number four carrier on the ICS list.
The long-awaited Android 4.0 updates are nearing for both HTC smartphones.
3LM announces Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich compatibility for it’s Mobile Device and Application Management System
3LM or “Three Laws of Mobility” makes Android enterprise-friendly by providing a host of features to protect data on the device and while in transit to the enterprise. Kicking off CTIA2012, 3LM announces is latest and greatest Mobile Device and Application Management (MDAM) which now supports any Android …
We’re always ready for news about a new, inexpensive Android tablet. Today we found out about the Ematic eGlide XL Pro 2, a 10″ tablet [thankfully] running the latest Android v4.0. With a price of $219.99 it’s sure to catch the eyes of some bargain …
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), …
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, …
Android 4.0 arrives for nine Galaxy series smartphones and tablets in Canada.
If you’re rocking any Sony Xperia phone from last year and you’re wondering where your ice cream sandwich love is, Sony would like to ease your concerns. In a recent blog post, one of the software developers stated that the company is right on schedule …
The house of Samsung has been busy with ICS, between preparing to release the software for a multitude of devices and actually releasing it for some lucky users. While updates are brewing for some devices that haven’t gotten them, Samsung has released a list reiterating …
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