The recently unveiled Galaxy S2 Plus was a great example of a rehash that was not worthy of the “Plus” name, only bumping the software of the original GS2, and now we have another device that confirms Sammy’s laziness and/or lack of new ideas.
You’ve made a big change in life and it’s time to get you up and going. This article will serve as your reference point to get set-up, answer questions, and dispel myths.
Agenda, a popular calendar app for iOS is now available on the Play Store. It first launched in June 2011 and made a name for itself with its minimalist and eminently useable interface.
The Mini MK802 packs Android 4.0 into a USB flash drive. This tiny little device can be plugged in to any HDMI device, and is available from Amazon for just $35!
A recent Twitter exchange between HTC USA and a customer provides a new hint that the ICS update for the Thunderbolt is still coming. But how soon?
Two weeks ago, we saw the international 3G variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 (GT-P7300) finally got their Android 4.0 package signed, sealed, and delivered. If you own the device on AT&T (SGH-i957), we’re happy to report that the Ice Cream Sandwich update is now available for your tab.
Last weekend we reported that the HTC One VX was believed to be on its way to AT&T with an expected arrival date of December 7th. Now AT&T has officially confirmed that the One VX is available as of today for just $49.99 with a two year contract.
It’s been a good year for Android. Join us as we cast an eye back to December 2011 and reminisce about how far Android has come in the last 12 months. From ICS to Jelly Bean, from Galaxy S2 to Galaxy S3, and from Android Market to Google Play.
In case you’ve been keeping a watch on Motorola’s Android software upgrade timeline, you might be interested to know that the list has just been updated. What’s changed?
Though Samsung is hard at work on Jelly Bean upgrades for several phones and tablets, people still waiting for Ice Cream Sandwich should not give up all hope.