Yesterday was a huge day for Android developers. Just weeks after being debuted at Google I/O 2012, the source code for Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, was made available in the Android Open Source Project. But that’s not all that happened. Along with the introduction of Android 4.1, the Verizon Galaxy Nexus LTE earned back ... Read More »
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Injunction forces Google to pull the Galaxy Nexus from Google Play – update in the works to restore balance to the universe
The unthinkable has happened. Google has removed the Samsung Galaxy Nexus from the Play Store after Samsung lost its appeal to stop the injunction against the phone which was granted in Apple’s lawsuit against Samsung. The injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is based on Apple’s 8,086,604 patent which targets Android’s universal search capabilities.
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As of today, June 26, it has officially been 225 days since Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, has hit the Android Open Source Project repository. Manufacturers have been tweaking the update for their various devices, carriers have been hard at work adding apps and testing reliability for consumer handsets, and custom alternative software developers have ... Read More »
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Did Google just out the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus as the first device to get Jelly Bean (which is apparently coming “soon”), confirm that it will indeed by Android 4.1 (not 5.0) and give us a small, blurry look at what to expect with the next major update? Yes, yes and it looks like yes.
Tradition may say that a tie may be a suitable present for your father on Father’s Day, but you’re better than that. T-Mobile, Verizon and even Amazon seem to think that the best present you can get your dad this weekend is a new smartphone. You could shop around to see what the best deals ... Read More »
Are you fed up with your wireless carrier? Wish you could lower the cost of your monthly bill? Tired of waiting on slow Android updates? Upset that Verizon won’t be carrying the current HTC One series? Want to purchase an unlocked Galaxy S III and start using it in the US months before ... Read More »
Which device would you choose as your next Sprint LTE device? Don’t take into account the recent ITC bans on the EVO and possible the S3. Do take into account update intervals, Skins, bloatware,sexyness,
The Nexus name has come under some serious fire lately; and I can’t deny playing my part in that. Thanks to botched updates, carrier control and an absolutely horrendous initial rollout, Google’s Nexus line just ain’t what it used to be. So why then, did I just recently purchase a Galaxy Nexus as my ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has finally made its way to the Now Network, complete with support for Sprint’s not-yet-rolled out LTE network. If you’re looking for an upgrade that will essentially future-proof your phone, you can do no better than the Galaxy Nexus, which Amazon currently has on sale for $49.99 with new two-year agreement.
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The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is an amazing phone, but customers who purchased the Verizon version have not been too happy with the device because of a number of bugs. After nearly 5 months of waiting, it appears that Verizon could be close to releasing a software update that resolves many of the known issues that ... Read More »