The AT&T Pantech Magnus originally leaked way back in August, and then seemed to promptly disappear. Now, another image has leaked, leading us to wonder: could the phone see a release soon?
Users of Google TV have two reasons to be excited about an upcoming update, but unfortunately, the update won’t be coming to first generation devices.
While no devices are shipping running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean yet, one of the coolest features of the update is the quick settings control in the notification pane. While custom ROMs have had similar features for a long time now, Control Panel for Android brings this feature to all Android devices. The app provides access to 16 controls including WiFi, Bluetooth, Sound, Vibrate, Auto-Brightness, Auto Rotation, Auto-Time, Screen Stay On, Sound Effect, Haptic Feedback, Dial Tone, Screen Timeout, Ringtone, Volume, Ring Mode, and Brightness Level. Most of these options simply toggle a setting on or off, though obviously controls like volume…
While we’ve known that it was on the way for some time now, Verizon Wireless officially confirmed the HTC Droid DNA today through its Google+ page and its “Droid Does” web site.
Spotify Premium users on the Sprint network will be able to use carrier billing to add Spotify Premium’s $10 monthly fee to their Sprint bill, starting today.
In the latest Facebook “Under the Hood” blog post, engineer Michael Eyal Sharon mentions that Facebook is hoping by better integrating its teams, Facebook will become more of a whole experience rather than several disparate experiences.
While it may not be the Alien vs. Predator game that we heard was coming in November, Angry Mob Games and Fox Entertainment have teamed up to release a new Predators game in the Google Play Store.
Those will keen eyes might notice something in the The Verge’s Nexus announcement video from a while back: an updated version of Google Currents.
Just last week we reported on a leaked Samsung Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean update for Verizon customers. Apparently once wasn’t enough, because it has happened again.
With Android’s increasing market share and Google’s focus on mobile devices and services, this should come as no surprise, but according to a note to investors from Morgan Stanley, Google expects the majority of its users to access its services from mobile devices in the future.