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In a recent post to the XDA Developers forum, a guide was released to help readers get stock 4.1.2 on their Verizon Galaxy S3's.
Kasperskey, a leading anti-virus security has found two malicious apps on the Play Store that put your privacy at risk.
Adding to the growing list of what is possible with an Android device, WINE could soon be making its way over to Google's mobile OS.
HTC is getting ready to announce a couple of new Android smartphones and it looks like we've got the inside scoop on all of their pertinent features and specs. Neither one of these devices sounds like it's going to be a flagship, as that spot is being reserved for the HTC M7, but they are approaching the middle and lower tier of the market with the M4 and G2, respectively.
Remember the HTC Thunderbolt? I don't blame you if you totally forgot about it. For those that are still clinging to the device, good news: ICS is coming.
A new Qualcomm roadmap has leaked out to the web revealing what we all already knew, Android 5.0 will in fact be called Key Lime Pie.
Ahead of MWC, Chinese tablet and smartphone vendor, ZTE, has now unveiled a brand new tablet called the ZTE V81.
While $150 or less isn't going to get you an “iPad killer”, the latest Coby 7-inch MID7065 isn't half bad, featuring a dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM.
Android is the “undisputed volume leader” says Neil Mawston of Strategy Analytics, due to its massive phone presence compared to the competition.
Unfortunately, the newly revealed Acer Liquid E Android smartphone doesn't have any of them. This is not a high-end smartphone at all.
Skype for Android received a nice update today that includes a new tablet friendly feature: video calling in portrait view on your Android tablet.
Last week we told you that Imangi Studios was releasing Temple Run 2 for iOS devices. It was also made official by Keith Shepherd, co-founder of Imangi, that an Android version was to be released on January 24th.
Today SIRI is known as one of the most impressive features found on Apple hardware, yet did you know that before Apple bought the technology, SIRI was preparing for a very different path: a home on Verizon's Droid range.
Whether you have heard or not, Temple Run 2, was just released for iOS devices the other day.
If you'd prefer something far more pocketable, then you may be interested in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus. See, it's right there in the name that it'll fit in your pocket.
After making an appearance at CES 2013 with the IdeaPad Yoga 11S (shown above), Lenovo is reportedly planning to introduce an Android version of the convertible.
A new update for Google’s Chrome browser has been pushed out today, and although nothing significantly special has been added, change notes show a good amount of bug fixes, flash updates, and other added performance increases to improve browser speed. Cosmetic-wise, nothing much has changed, other than a much needed bookmark search tool, accessible via the Chrome omnibox.
Chad Boughton, missing the tactile response of those 2 simple buttons and direction pad decided to swap out the dot matrix display in his GameBoy for his Galaxy Nexus’ Super AMOLED display.
Announced here at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the Huawei Mate is a beast of an Android smartphone. It has really pushed the envelope by offering a huge 6.1-inch display.
Remember the Diamond Multimedia AMP1000 Android media player? Well Diamond is back at CES with a sequel, the AMP 2000.
We’ve seen an increase in tablets aimed at younger audiences recently, and Ematic are currently showcasing four more Android pads to add to this range.
Dell appears to be making another run at the Android market, but this time not in the form of its mobile business. Instead, they are creating a dongle that has Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Loaded on it named Project Ophelia.
What happens when Windows 8 and Android have a baby? Apparently we get the Asus Transformer AiO
Vizio sure isn't holding back at CES this year. We've heard about their first Windows 8 tablet, their 7-inch Tegra 3 tablet and now a 10-incher that runs on a Tegra 4 processor with Android 4.2 at launch.
In the future, I imagine a world where everything around us can be controlled by a small device like a smartphone or pocket watch. As time goes by, more and more signs seem to point at how close this future might be. Belkin is currently displaying a product at CES that really shows the potential of what the future might hold.
Earlier today we mentioned Vizio was introducing its first Windows 8 tablet, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have some Android-related news for us as well. Vizio has now announced a new 7-inch tablet featuring a Tegra 3 processor and pure Android experience without the bloat. Interestingly enough, one of the key features of the Windows 8 tablet was it was also a pure Windows 8 experience, with no vendor-specific junk thrown in.
The mascot. This often simple symbol isn't something we think about all that often, but it really is important.
Who said that you had to spend an arm and a leg to get your very own tablet? Prices have come down substantially and you'll be hard-pressed to find a tablet cheaper than the Zeepad 7.0 with Android 4.0.
The new stick computer has a Rockchip RK3066 dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage built right in. Even more impressive, several online stores sell the stick for as little as $70.
If you're in the market for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini, and you happen to be in Asia, you might be lucky enough to be getting Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean ahead of other Mini owners.
Perhaps you are in love with the Apple iPhone form factor, but you'd prefer to have things running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. If that's the case, this budget unlocked smartphone could be just the ticket.
Research in Motion has announced a virtual event called Android Port-A-Thon. The idea here is to get developers to port their Android apps over to BlackBerry 10 and RIM is willing to pay you to do it.
The latest rumor has a new 18MP camera coming down the pipes that will be powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. And it's doing the interchangeable lens thing.
Normally, you have to pay a premium price if you want to have a tablet that has wireless broadband capabilities, but this sale on the Lenovo Think Tablet makes it a heck of a lot more affordable.
If you're in the market for a feature-packed Android tablet that doesn't skimp on the build quality, the Motorola XOOM just might be for you. And it happens to be on sale for a hefty $323 off to boot.
Later today, Google will release a new update for its Google+ Android app.
Hate Facebook for Android? You aren't alone. The app is known for being a slow and terrible mess. The good news is that Facebook has finally recognized the problem and built a new version from the ground up. The latest update has better load and resume times, improved overall navigation and much more.
In a recent interview with Bloomberg, Schmidt essentially declared it is the winner of the mobile war against Apple.
Some people say that with our increasing reliance on smartphones that we don't really need to have a conventional wristwatch anymore. That doesn't have to be the case, especially when you have a "smart" watch to go with your smartphone.
It seems that Google has now pulled the LG Nexus 4 Android 4.2.x system images and binaries offline. These files were supposed to be out there to allow Nexus 4 modders a way to restore their devices to an original state, making the Google Nexus 4 almost impossible to brick.
Hulu Plus just received a new update for Android today, integrating “Hulu Kids” into the app, providing ad-free content with kids in mind. This new feature also adds parental controls into the mix.
Have an international version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, or more specially model GT-N7100? Exciting news, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is now available for your downloading pleasure.
An FCC filing has been made on Intel’s behalf for a new tablet codenamed “Red Ridge,” and with CES just around the corner, it is more than likely we will be seeing the tablet soon enough.
At the end of August, we alerted you of the Archos GamePad. Archos claims that it is "The first true Android games console". With a price tag of just £129.99 ($208) and the specs to back it up, the GamePad may be the gaming tablet of the Holiday Season 2012.
Just under 3 months ago, Google purchased Nik Software, the developer behind Snapseed. At the time, Snapseed was only available for iOS and it cost $4.99. Today, Snapseed arrived in Google Play for free and was changed from the $4.99 price tag to free in the App Store.
It seems that Android 4.1.2 is now starting to rollout to a very select few Galaxy S3 users. The latest version is also said to bring multi-window support to the S3.
Do you like the S Pen idea that they have with the Galaxy Note II phablet, but wish you had a bigger canvas to use? Samsung has expanded the Galaxy Note moniker into the true tablet range with the Galaxy Note 10.1 and now you can get it for $50 off.
Rumors have been abuzz for some time that the next release of Android will be named Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Now a Google employee has all-but confirmed that the name Key Lime Pie is official.
While Windows Phone 8 and Nokia Lumia 920 continue to do quite well, that didn't stop a rumor from popping up suggesting that Nokia was considering jumping ship to Android. What started this rumor? One little job posting.
Did you know that 8% of men and about 1% of women have red-green color blindness? Did you know that there are an estimated 10 million Americans living with color vision deficiency (CVD)?