We would say too much, too soon. But we’re rather elated that the dedicated AOKP team has unveiled an update to Build 2. Outed just last week, the build brought the famous Jelly Bean goodness to the G-nex, Nexus 7 and others.
If you’re in the UK, chances are you’ve been waiting with baited breath over the eventual release of this monster device. Well, the wait comes to an end next Tuesday, when Vodafone, O2, T-Mobile and Orange start taking orders through Phones4u, a well known UK retailer.
Marty Mcfly was supposed to have gone to the future and seen flying cars. It’s 2012, and we’re just now talking about open-source OS running the apps in our GPS-signal locked driverless vehicles. Does something smell bad here or is it just me?
The Internet is used for various tasks and its longevity comes from the careful view that diversity, rather than an overlord with pruning shears, should be the sole life-force. The social experiment has been going strong for sometime now, but things may change for Iranians soon: an officials statement by a man known only as Khoramabadi, has said Google and Gmail will be blocked until further notice.
Gaming and Android have become good buddies lately. On tap this year, we have OUYA and XBMC. We’ve also seen the likes of Ringbow, DRONE and Gameklip. People like games, but they don’t always prefer to use the touch controls on their phone for hours on end. Thumb cramps anyone? This is the niche where the MOGA bluetooth controller sits nicely.
You’ve been craving for the G-Note 2 since you saw it at IFA 2012. You have a Samsung Galaxy S3. You rooted your phone, unlocked your bootloader, run a custom ROM and your workdesk is cluttered with Android figurines. You my friend, are a big Android nerd. But that doesn’t mean you can’t add some practical fashion to your life.
So you say the Facebook app sucks? You said you don’t like Timeline’s look on your mobile browser? Then you’ll enjoy the news straight from Menlo Park, a promise of epic proportions, that Facebook will be updating its entire armada of mobile apps every 4-8 weeks.
When Ubuntu first came onto the computing scene, very few people knew how popular it would get in just a short amount of time. Sounds similar to Android doesn’t it? Now the boundaries between smartphone, tablet and notebook are blurring even further, with the advent of ideas like the Ubuntu for Android NexPhone.
You remember Rhapsody right? It’s the free-for-all streaming service, direct competitor to Pandora and Last.fm. It seems Realplayer Studios is upping the ante with a few updated or entirely new key features.
So you say you like Android? You like to collect robot figurines? Well, fellow Android enthusiast, you’re in good company with Dyzplastic, maker of Android figurines worldwide. The company’s third series is due starting next week via Dead Zebra.