Android devices are on the rise, but engagement and commerce seems to have plateaued. Here are a few explanations on why iOS still leads in user engagement.
Animoca has released its network data for November 2012, and it shows that, at least among Animoca users, newer versions of Android are rapidly gaining market share.
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.
The Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 tablet is now available in the US. The tablet can be found with a few retailers, is priced at $150 and brings features to include a 7-inch display, 8GB of storage and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Sony has announced software upgrades for its Xperia T and Xperia TX handsets. The company has released the Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0.4) firmware update, which includes a host of features leading to key media improvements. The firmware update will be rolled out gradually, starting with Europe and Asia.
Black Friday 2012 is almost here, and Kmart is offering a 7-inch Android tablet for only $40.
Though Panasonic’s second European retreat is just about confirmed, the company hasn’t forgotten about the handful of existing Eluga owners there. Android 4.0 ICS is finally being rolled out to the 4.3-incher, and, while it was long overdue, it should still be met with some excitement.
Archos has unveiled the latest in their Elements tablet lineup. This model is the Archos 80 Cobalt, which is the third in the lineup. The 80 Cobalt has an 8-inch display and is running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
We don’t know how much of a consolation today’s news will bring you, but we are (reluctantly) glad to inform you that Android 4.0 is now available for the Optimus 3D and 3D Cube. Here’s the thing – the ICS upgrade is up for grabs only in Korea, and we have no idea when and if the rest of the world will get it.
The flip-flopping that LG has done in the past in terms of Android 4.0 updates for the Optimus 2X is well documented by Android Authority. After re-confirming that Ice Cream Sandwich won’t come to the handset, a different branch of the company reported otherwise. Last we heard the software upgrade was already sent via OTA to a Korean version of the phone, the SU660.