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If you can’t wait to get your hands on the official Ice Cream Sandwich for the HTC Desire S, then we’ve got good news for you. Third-party developers have whipped out an interesting beta version of the much-anticipated Android update for HTC Desire S users. Though, this is not the…

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The Galaxy Nexus did away with those physical buttons running along the bottom of the screen, a characteristic of Android devices, and gave the user a completely touch-based experience. The buttons have now been conveniently built into Ice Cream Sandwich, located at the bottom of your display. While this is…

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HTC Incredible S users are in for a treat as their phones can now enjoy some Ice Cream Sandwich. Android developer nikhil007mmus at XDA Developers has taken the lead in porting the much-anticipated Android update to the HTC Incredible S. The ICS ROM is still in its early stages right…

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It has been a long time since the Galaxy Nexus was announced. And frankly, most of us have gotten tired of waiting. Therefore, Verizon, Google, and Samsung finally decided to put out the Galaxy Nexus (Verizon LTE) up for sale. One reason why you should believe that the smartphone is…

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Last year Qualcomm got behind everyone else in dual core chips and not only in time to market, but also in performance. The dual core 1.2 Ghz S3 chip could easily be surpassed by a Cortex A9 based Exynos at the same frequency of 1.2 Ghz/core. That’s because the custom…

Sony Ericsson Arc HD (Nozomi) Shows Up Again

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by on December 14, 2011 4:02 am
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The Arc has been one of  Sony Ericsson’s best smartphones this year. It was slim, as it was supposed to be, since most of their competition had phones like that already, and it was stylish. Design is still one of Sony’s strong suit, but it doesn’t go well with thick phones,…