01/13/2012, It seems that the Motorola Xoom tablet has started to receive the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates since yesterday, where Motorola did tease the update beforehand via e-mail to lucky Xoom owners, “Thanks for your patience as we’ve waited for this project to begin. Because we are dealing with a Google Experience Device (GED) we have less insight to timing than we would usually have. However, I’m happy to […]
01/08/2012, [CES 2012] Toshiba is coming to CES 2012 with one of the most brilliant gadget of the show: the Toshiba Excite X10 tablet is the “world’s thinnest 10-inch tablet” and is beautifully designed. This comes as a total surprise since the last Toshiba 10-inch tablet, the Thrive, was not really top of its class in terms of industrial design. The Excite X10 is 7.7 mm (0.3 inch) thin which is […]
01/08/2012, [CES 2012] It looks like Lenovo has just made history by releasing the first Android 4.0 Smart TV. Interestingly, note that the Lenovo K9 is runs Android 4.0, not Google TV, so Lenovo has taken the approach of leveraging the Google Android 4.0 code and wrapped a new “smart UI” around it (as Lenovo calls it). Lenovo aims at delivering video-on-demand, web apps, and of course TV programs. That last […]
01/05/2012, [CES 2012] Tablets are dime a dozen, but that does not mean companies should give up altogether and concede the market to Apple. Android’s got a pretty strong backing in terms of tablet manufacturers, and E FUN’s Nextbook Elite 10 might have some pleasant surprises thrown your way. As the name implies, this model will come with a 9.7” capacitive color touch screen display at 1024 x 768 resolution and […]
12/28/2011, Just yesterday we reported that due to overwhelming negative responses from their customers, Samsung announced that they would rethink their decision about not including the Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S in their Android 4.0 upgrade plans. As it turns out, it looks like Samsung may be firm in their resolve to not bring Android 4.0 to said devices, but will instead offer a “Value Pack” to the Galaxy S (it […]
12/27/2011, For those who might have gotten their hands on the Huawei MediaPad, or the T-Mobile Springboard as it is better known in the states, it appears that thanks to a leaked screenshot, what we are looking at above is the tablet running on none other than Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich.
12/26/2011, Just what is one of the hot selling Android 4.0 powered tablets in the market? Surely the name Kindle Fire would never have crossed your mind, and for good reason, too. After all, the Kindle Fire does not run on Google’s Android operating system in the first place, but circumstances have changed things around. A bunch of hackers decided to work on an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich port for […]
12/21/2011, While it appears in the official capacity, the Android 4.0.3 update for the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S have been delayed, the good news for Galaxy Nexus owners is that leaked 4.0.3 radios for your device has been leaked, and based on reports from users across various forums, the leaked radios for the CDMA and 4G LTE Galaxy Nexus have improved signal reception.
12/21/2011, With Samsung announcing their timeline for updating some of their Android smartphones to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it seems that Sony Ericsson has deemed it appropriate to release their own timeline on when we can expect to see their Android smartphones make the jump to Android 4.0.
12/19/2011, If you were to disregard all that “fake” phones coming out of China in the form of iPhone clones and what not, you would realize that there are reputable Chinese companies producing some pretty high-end products, taking for example the Meizu MX, the Xiaomi phone and the Leonard DiCaprio endorsed Oppo Find X903. It was a pretty solid device when it first launched and fans of the phone will be […]
12/15/2011, The other day an early build of Android 4.0 for the Samsung Galaxy S2 was leaked which we advised users not to go ahead with the install unless they were really curious. Now the good news for Sony Ericsson Xperia owners is that the company has an alpha build of the Android 4.0 update and they are releasing it for public consumption.
12/15/2011, While the ASUS Transformer Prime is looking like it will be on track for a end of the year launch as far as US markets are concerned, it seems like our friends over in Italy will be seeing a delay. According to ASUS Italy’s Facebook page, the ASUS Transformer Prime for Italy will be seeing a delayed launched and will most likely be seeing a launch at the end of […]
12/14/2011, So we know that Samsung is working on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Galaxy S2, and thanks to a leaked build you should be able to get your hands on an early Android 4.0 build for your phone.
12/08/2011, Motorola has certainly got their mojo back when it comes to commercial smartphones, starting with the Motorola Droid which seems like a distant memory by now. One of the issues with the world of Android-powered devices would be this – the fragmentation in its open source operating system, as it really depends on manufacturers and networks worldwide to make sure the latest update is ready and waiting to grace their […]