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Jelly Bean Dominates The July Android Distribution Numbers

Jelly Bean Dominates The July Android Distribution Numbers

By Zach Walton August 2, 2013 | 1 Comment

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 …

Android Is Finally Free Of Gingerbread's Rule Android Is Finally Free Of Gingerbread's Rule
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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, …

Jelly Bean On Over 5 Percent Of All Android Devices Jelly Bean On Over 5 Percent Of All Android Devices
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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. …

Android 4.0 Is Still Growing At A Slow Pace Android 4.0 Is Still Growing At A Slow Pace

In its Android distribution reports, Google has shown that Gingerbread is slowly losing its grip on the Android market. The keyword here is “slowly” as the most prominent Android OS doesn’t seem to be giving up the fight just yet. …

Android 4.0 Is Finally Growing At A Speedy Pace Android 4.0 Is Finally Growing At A Speedy Pace

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 …

Nikon Announces The First Android Camera Nikon Announces The First Android 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 …

Nikon Is Making An Android Camera Nikon Is Making An Android Camera
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Android is one of the most flexible operating systems on the market. We’re beginning to see it crop up in just about everything. One of the few places where it hasn’t really taken hold is the traditional point and shoot …

Lamborghini Goes From Cars To Android Devices Lamborghini Goes From Cars To Android Devices

When you hear the word Lamborghini, what do you think of? Luxury cars? Tractors? SUVs? How about crappy Android devices? You wouldn’t think that the manufacturer of luxury cars would make luxury Android devices, but they do. What’s even better …

Google Nexus S Phone Now Available Through Best Buy in U.S.
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Google announced today that its Nexus S Google phone, announced last week, is now available in the U.S. starting today. The device can be purchased through Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile stores online and offline. 

Android Gingerbread Makes Official Debut
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Soon enough, lots of children will set out plates of cookies for Santa, and just in time, the mobile operating system named after a cookie associated with Christmas is going to arrive.  Google introduced Android 2.3 (AKA "Gingerbread") this morning, along with the Gingerbread SDK/NDK and the new Nexus S phone.

Gingerbread Release Rumored For Thursday

With Halloween behind us, the holiday season is here.  Retailers, radio stations, and grocery stores have all started breaking out their Christmas-themed products, and Google may soon join them.  Rumor has it the Gingerbread version of Android will launch on Thursday.

Please note: nothing’s certain.  And if you believe Google wouldn’t want Samsung to in any way steal its thunder, the credibility of the rumor suffers.

Google Hints At Arrival Of Next Android Version
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The version of Android that’ll follow the version codenamed "Froyo" should be released any time now.  To celebrate its arrival, Google has already taken the step of installing a large statue of a gingerbread man on the company’s campus in Mountain View.

Android Chief Hints At “Mindblowing” Next Version

Late last week, we learned that the next version of Android is codenamed "Gingerbread," and that it should be released in the fourth quarter of this year.  Now, the Googler in charge of Android has started to narrow down the timeframe and talk up the product.

“Gingerbread” Android Release Already Scheduled
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Sometime between the start of October and the end of December, a statue representing a large, man-shaped cookie should be unveiled next to the cupcake, donut, and eclair figures already on display at the Googleplex.  A WebM FAQ revealed that the next version of Android will be called "Gingerbread," and that it’ll land in the fourth quarter of this year.