NASA has announced that the three “PhoneSat” satellites based on Android smartphones have successfully captured and transmitted images of the Earth.
Join us for a trip down memory lane, from the HTC Dream (T-Mobile G1) to the Google Nexus 4, as we discuss the best Android smartphones of all time. Is your pick here?
It’s been a long time coming, but Verizon has finally started rolling out Android 4.2.2 to the Galaxy Nexus. You can start pinching yourself now.
Only a couple of months late, the yakjuux variant of Galaxy Nexus is finally receiving its Android 4.2.1 software update.
According to a document from the National Communications Commission (NCC) in Taiwan, the Galaxy S4 will have a much lower SAR than the iPhone 5.
Bell is said to update the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to Android 4.2 on March 8, although it doesn’t appear to be the latest Android 4.2.2 version.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out it’s more beneficial to grab a SIM-free Nexus 4 via Google Play than score an on-contract version from T-Mobile.
Although the Galaxy Nexus is almost one and a half year-old (how time flies, eh?), you would think that the 4.65-incher would always be one of the first to get updates to the latest versions of Android.
Jean-Baptiste M. “JBQ” Queru has announced that Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean has been officially released into the Android Open Source Project along with the matching proprietary binaries.
Back in November, we wondered out loud about why Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus was still stuck on Android 4.1.1. It looks like that’ll about to change… soon.