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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’

Celebrate Freedom With HTC’s DROID Incredible 4G LTE On July 5

What’s the most patriotic holiday of the year? If you’re American, you’re going to say July 4 or Thanksgiving since both let us partake in the American tradition of eating way too much. While a product launch wouldn’t work on the actual Independence Day on account of nothing being open, the day after is a great way to celebrate. It …

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Ice Cream Sandwich Brings Sweet Delight To Droid RAZRs Everywhere

It’s the beginning of summer and all anybody wants is some cool, refreshing ice cream. While it’s not exactly the same thing, Android phones want some relief from the stale Gingerbread they have been eating all year. The Droid RAZR is the latest Android device to move from Christmas treats to cool sweets with Ice Cream Sandwich. It was announced …

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Sony Xperia S Gets Some Ice Cream Sandwich Love Today

Is today Ice Cream Sandwich day or what? Sure, AT&T may have potentially flubbed its rollout of the operating system to Galaxy S II handsets, but not everybody is screwing it up. Sony gets it right, even if they pissed off everybody who bought the Xperia Play. Sony announced today the availability of Android 4.0 on the Xperia S. This …

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Motorola Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX Getting Ice Cream Sandwich Soon

As I sit here in my dark corner of the fragmented Android empire, I weep over my lack of Android 4.0. My agony is made even worse by the fact that the HTC Inspire will never get ICS. I used to have the Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX as companions, but that will soon change. Pardon the self-pity as Droid …

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Songkick Concerts App Hits Android Phones

Concerts are the way to go if you really want to support the music artist. The only problem is that concert schedules are really hard to keep track of unless you’re really into the concert scene. Songkick helps people keep track of where their favorite bands are and when they’ll be in town. It’s convenient, but it could always be …

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Spotify For Android Updated With Full ICS Support

Spotify has been around the mobile scene for a while now, but Android users have been dealing with being treated like second-rate citizens compared to their iOS counterparts. Not anymore as Spotify has relaunched on Google Play with full ICS support and other features that make the iOS version so popular. While the newly updated Spotify app will work on …

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Google TV Set-Top Box Will Stream Content From Android 4.0 Devices

One of the coolest things that Microsoft showed off during its E3 press conference this week was SmartGlass. In essence, it allows any mobile device to share information with the Xbox 360 in a meaningful way to deliver content both ways for games and movies. It’s an evolution of Apple’s AirPlay that allows mobile Apple devices to stream content to …

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Ice Cream Sandwich Update For Verizon Galaxy Nexus Rolling Out Now

In December of last year, the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Nexus became available on Verizon’s network. It was Google’s flagship Android device, the first phone to run the new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. Within just hours of release, though, a software update was released. Android 4.0.2 fixed a few bugs and tweaked a few features. Since then, though, …

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Samsung Galaxy S III Officially Released

Today marks the official release date of Samsung’s new flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S III. In some countries, at least. The phone is now available in 28 countries around the world, but mostly just in Western Europe. Because the U.S. uses different network technologies than Europe, the phone’s release has been delayed in North America. There is not yet …

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Ice Cream Sandwich Not Coming To Xperia Play After All

We reported back in March that Sony was starting up a beta test program to see which Xperia phones could take on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). One of the hopes was that Sony’s flagship gaming phone, the Xperia Play, would see an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich. That appears to not be the case anymore. In a post on …

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Samsung Galaxy S III Easily Rooted

It was never in doubt that Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, would be rooted, allowing consumers to remove Samsung’s TouchWiz interface and install custom ROMs. What was unexpected was that the root would happen more than a week before its European launch date. Last Friday evening, while the whole world was still speculating about Mark Zuckerberg and …

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Motorola Won’t Upgrade Some Android Phones

Motorola has announced that only some of its Android-based smartphones will be getting updated to the latest version of Google’s operating system, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. In a blog post on Friday, the company acknowledged that many were wondering when their phones might be getting upgraded. They pointed users to their upgrade schedule, where they could see when their …

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