HTC just released its “North American Edition” Ice Cream Sandwich update, adding new handsets to the HTC Android 4.0 update list. Owners of the HTC Thunderbolt, DROID Incredible 2 and HTC Rhyme should be pleased to hear that their phones will be getting updated to Android 4.0. The three Verizon handsets join the HTC ... Read More »
As it goes every time a new Android version is unveiled, everyone is wondering when their devices will be updated to the latest and greatest. This time around, the newest version is Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This specific update is much more desired than the others, as the changes in the OS are very ... Read More »
The official release date of the Android 4.0 update for the HTC Sensation and HTC Sensation XE is expected before the end of March, but today HTC announced that a preview of the Ice Cream Sandwich update with be made available to the public within the next few days. But don’t get too ... Read More »
It has finally happened, folks. The Menu button is officially dead. The Android team at Google just announced that Android no longer requires a dedicated Menu button. Of course, that doesn’t mean that some OEMs won’t try to stick it on their devices. But for all Google cares, the dedicated Menu button is ... Read More »
Based on the latest ROM leak, it looks like the Motorola RAZR may be one of the first devices in Motorola’s lineup to be updated to Android 4.0. The leaked build shows off some of the customizations Motorola is planning to implement on top of the new UI elements from Ice Cream Sandwich. So far, ... Read More »
You have to give it to Sony Ericsson, they really want you to know that they care about updating their Android phones. The company has been bombarding us with new information about its Ice Cream Sandwich rollout ever since Google dropped the source code a few weeks ago — from giving us a detailed Read More »
In the wee hours of the morning, Samsung took to Facebook to at last outline the Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade plans for a number of their high profile 2011 devices.
SONY Ericsson is the second OEM to deliver an Android 4.0 alpha build for developers to play with. The Android 4.0.1 developer build is available for the XPERIA Arc, XPERIA Neo and XPERIA Ray and can be downloaded directly from SONY Ericsson’s site.
As tempting as it may be to download the Ice Cream Sandwich ... Read More »
The Amazon Kindle Fire is definitely one of the best deals you can find for an Android tablet. For a mere $200, this tablet has been flying off the shelves, and is even expected to comprise half of the Android tablet market by next year. It is mostly the price/specs that make this ... Read More »
One of the reasons the Android platform has experienced such success is its openness, which has lead to a wide variety of devices. Ranging from state-of-the art devices to the most affordable gadgets, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. While our attention always focuses on the high-end smartphones and tablets, some affordable devices come around ... Read More »