Galaxy S Blaze

It’s been a long and agonizing wait for Galaxy S Blaze 4G owners, but it now seems that the 4-inch mid-ranger is finally ready to get that much awaited software bump. And while the ICS leap means that the Blaze is still one step behind the times, I’m sure that most of you owning the phone ever since March 2012 will receive the news with unrestrained joy.

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The One S is getting an over-the-air update today that brings your phone up to Android 4.0.4 and also upgrades to Sense 4.1. In addition to upgrading Sense and Android’s version number, Beyond a change in the version numbers, there are many other great things coming with this update.

Galaxy S3

For those who have successfully resisted the temptation to bring the leaked Android 4.1 Jelly Bean firmware over to their Samsung Galaxy S3, a software update apparently is heading your direction. It’s not of the jelly variety, but rather the final Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S3.

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Never mind the upgrade to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, some owners of the HTC One X are actually still waiting for ICS 4.0.4 to come to their phones. AT&T rolled out the incremental ICS update for their variant of the HTC One X earlier in the month, and now it appears the new software is being pushed out to owners of the phone in Europe.

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In case you own an AT&T One X smartphone, you should know there’s a 270MB download waiting for you that’s going to update the phone’s firmware to Android... 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich.

But you shouldn’t hurry to update your device just yet, even if the new firmware will fix the menu button “issue” that you may have been complaining about. Why? B...

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Remember when we told you that the Sprint Epic 4G Touch, also known as the Samsung Galaxy S2, was going to get its own Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich build soon?... Well, it turns out we’re going to have to make the same announcement again, and it looks like it’s the real deal this time.

Phandroid now reports that various Epic 4G Touch users have been a...

The ASUS Padfone, which was unveiled earlier this year at the Mobile World Conference, was expected to revolutionize the world of mobile technology. The device is certainly unique, and all-encompassing,... with its ability to change from a smartphone to a tablet using a Padstation, which can further be used as a laptop using a keyboard dock. Unfortunately, this revolution costs $860 in the US, with no carrier will...