It’s not just Everything Everywhere customers in the UK that will get their hands on LTE-ready devices in the near future, as some German subscribers will also be able to buy a few smartphones, phablets and tablets sporting real 4G connectivity. The lists includes a variety of Samsung Android and Windows Phone devices such as the Galaxy S2, the Galaxy S3 the Galaxy Note 10.1 and the ATIV S.


We’re potentially weeks (days?) away from seeing Jelly Bean making its way to every Galaxy S3 on the planet. The update pipe has been leaking the Android 4.1 firmware for several variants of the hit phone, such as the international version, T-Mobile’s variant, and possibly more. What we haven’t seen so far is the leaked firmware for Verizon’s Galaxy S3. Here’s a solution if you don’t mind “getting your jelly on” through unofficial means.


Now that Google has acquired Motorola, they are able to make their opinions clear about whether they think Android is or will ever be suited for desktop use. With the termination of Motorola’s Webtop, it’s becoming clear that Google has no intention of ever using Android as a desktop OS. So the question is, will Google ever compete for the desktop market?


You can always count on Nielsen to come up with the most interesting tech-related reports, and its latest such study is no exception to that rule. After seeing Android comfortably leading in the U.S. smartphone OS share back in May, the company’s survey conducted in July revealed even more impressive numbers for Google’s mobile operating system.