Last week we reported that Verizon was planning a Jelly Bean update for the Motorola Droid Bionic for release on April 15th. Right on schedule, the update has now started rolling out to Bionic owners.
The Apple vs Samsung patent clash has been making the headlines the most in the past year or so, but that’s not the only seemingly endless legal dispute starring some of the big tech companies of today.
Apple’s famous “slide-to-unlock” patent has been invalidated by a German court.
On April 3rd of 1973, Marty Cooper placed a call on a prototype DynaTAC cellphone. The call went out to Joel Engle of Bell Labs, marking the first time a cellphone was ever used to make a phone call.
It seems that the Motorola DROID Bionic will get Jelly Bean in Q2 2013. Motorola has just updated it’s upgrade schedule page to reflect the future upgrade.
The Verizon Motorola Droid Razr HD is now available for just $0.01 from Amazon Wireless, with both new and existing customers eligible for the deal.
Heads up, Motorola Droid 4 owners. It looks like Verizon will have a sweet Jelly Bean surprise for you soon.
Following the arrival of Jelly Bean on its next of kin, the Electrify M, the same Android 4.1.2 upgrade is now rolling out to the Electrify 2.
A new Google X Phone report reveals new details about the device, although we’re still looking at unconfirmed rumors for now.
Just a week ago we reported that a Jelly Bean soak test was in progress for the Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX, and that it would start rolling out in phases. Now Verizon has officially began pushing the update out.