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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Android 2.3’

Donut And Eclair Are Finally Wiped From The Android Distribution Charts

For the past few months, Android versions 1.6 and 2.1 have been teetering on the brink of oblivion in the monthly Android distribution numbers. With the proliferation of Jelly Bean, these two early versions of Android are finally on their way out. In the September update to the Android distribution chart, Google reveals that Donut and Eclair – Android 1.6 …

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Jelly Bean Dominates The July Android Distribution Numbers

Last month, we saw that Jelly Bean had finally overtaken Gingerbread as the most dominant Android operating system on the market. The slow death of Gingerbread has been well documented over the last year, but it looks like Jelly Bean is really starting to pick up the pace. In the latest Android distribution numbers for the end of July, it’s …

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Jelly Bean Continues To Grow, Gingerbread And ICS Hit With Small Declines

Back in January, we finally saw Gingerbread fall below 50 percent in Google’s Android distribution numbers for December. At the same time, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean both saw increases. Now only one Android version is seeing continued growth. In the latest Android distribution numbers, Jelly Bean has grown 3.4 percent to a total of 13.6 percent of the …

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Android Is Finally Free Of Gingerbread’s Deathlike Grip, ICS And Jelly Bean Quickly Catching Up

At the beginning of December, Gingerbread was on the cusp of finally dropping below 50 percent in terms of Android distribution numbers. The holidays provided a perfect opportunity for later versions of Android, like Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean, to finally take hold. The latest Android distribution numbers for the end of December do not disappoint. In the latest …

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Jelly Bean Adoption Slowly Growing, Gingerbread Still On Top

Back in early November, the October Android distribution numbers revealed that Ice Cream Sandwich was now on a quarter of all Android devices. It was a good sign even if Gingerbread was still on over half of all Android devices. The November numbers have finally come in, and it’s more of the same. The latest distribution numbers show that Ice …

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Android Fans Celebrate Five Years Of Google’s Mobile Operating System

November 5 is a date that many people remember for different reasons. Most people on the Internet probably remember the date because of Guy Fawkes Day, the date that Anonymous has claimed as their own protest holiday. Others are remembering it for another reason – the Android operating system turned five today. On November 5, 2007, the Open Handset Alliance, …

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Latest Android Distribution Numbers Show Gingerbread Still On Top, But Not For Long

Motorola made its customers rather unhappy yesterday when it announced that the Atrix 4G would not be getting the promised upgrade to Android 4.0. The phone is now forever doomed to be stuck on Gingerbread until owners switch to a new phone. The reluctance to upgrade phones might be considered anti-consumer, but it also highlights how Gingerbread is still the …

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Nikon Announces Their First Android Powered Camera

It was rumored earlier this month that Nikon would be announcing an Android powered camera shortly. Those rumors turned out to be correct as Nikon announced the Coolpix S800c, the first camera to feature the Android operating system. Nikon announced three new cameras today – the Coolpix S6400, the Coolpix S800c, and the Coolpix S01. It’s the S800c that we …

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