Frozen Yogurt is delicious, but you have to change things up after a while. The original Samsung Galaxy Tab has been around for about a year now, marking the beginning of the tablet wars. While it is definitely not the best tablet around, many of us hold it very close to our hearts.
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If you own the HTC Sensation 4G or the HTC EVO 3D, keep an eye out for a new software update for your device. T-Mobile and Sprint have started pushing out the latest Android 2.3.4 build for the two devices along with a few handset specific fixes and enhancements. T-Mobile plans to complete the OTA ... Read More »
Another week, another OTA update gone bad.
Over the past few weeks, Samsung has been rolling out an over-the-air update for their Galaxy Tab 10.1, which brings along their TouchWiz UI overlay to the Honeycomb platform. According to reports over at XDA, the update has caused some owners of the Tab 10.1 to ... Read More »
HTC Droid Incredible, that is. Gingerbread is the Android version to have, and manufacturers are continuously trying to get the latest OS on the newest devices. Some older devices are definitely capable of handling a Gingerbread update, though. Like the HTC Droid Incredible, one of the most loved devices Verizon has ever seen.
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It can be painful to see devices released without Android 2.3, but it’s happening. The HTC Droid Incredible 2 was one of those good ol’ Froyo devices, and it seems this smartphone is beating its 4G LTE Verizon comrades in the Gingerbread race. Proud owners of the HTC Droid Incredible 2 will be happy to ... Read More »
The T-Mobile G2 and the HTC Desire Z are nearly identical twins on the outside, but their software builds are what truly separates these two HTC handsets. We’ve heard that HTC has plans to update the HTC Desire Z (leaked HTC Desire Z Android 2.3.3 build) and other members of the Desire family ... Read More »
Starting tonight, Verizon will begin rolling out a software update for their Motorola Xoom tablet which will prepare the device to receive Flash Player 10.2. Back in February Adobe said Flash Player would be available for Honeycomb tablets within a few weeks after the Xoom launch, so it looks like they will meet their ... Read More »
We know that NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor can support 1080p video capture and we’ve seen it implemented on devices like the LG Optimus 2X, so I was a little confused when I learned that the Motorola Atrix 4G would only handle 720p. It was not a deal-breaker for me when I considered purchasing the ... Read More »
Owning the Nexus S has been an exercise in frustration. Google’s flagship smartphone reboots in the middle of phone calls (and other random times), so I actually stopped using it as my daily phone. I expected a bumpy road when I purchased the first device to ship with Android 2.3, but I also expected ... Read More »
Today Google started pushing out an update for the Nexus One that brings the firmware up to 2.2.2. The file is only about 550 KB big and the build number goes from FRG83D to FRG83G, so all signs point to this being a minor update. I haven’t seen the release notes yet, but the update ... Read More »