Apple and Samsung may be currently locked in a rather ugly trial centered around various alleged patent and design infringements, but that doesn't mean the owners of either company’s products needs to needlessly suffer. Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 is one of the products that finds itself right in the middle of the ongoing dispute between the two technology giants, but even in the midst of all the legal wrangling, it still manages to find itself receiving a nice new software update which brings new and improved Android features.
Whether you love or loathe Google's mobile operating platform, one of the great positives of Android is that, since it's open-source, literally everything can be customized and tweaked to the nth degree.
Apple and Samsung, Samsung and Apple – it’s all starting to get a little tedious now, wouldn’t you agree? In season two, episode three of the ongoing spat (we’re not counting really), Apple complains that the unlock mechanism on the Galaxy Nexus is in violation of its iconic ‘Slide To Unlock’ patent.
We're into the second day of my thoughts on where the biggest players in the world of smartphones will take their business during 2012, and today I'm going to share my wisdom on Google.
Famous iOS developer and modder Grant chpwn Paul recently opened up a blog called ICS Paper Cuts in which he talks about his experience with Android 4.x Ice Cream Sandwich and the Galaxy Nexus. As a fan of iOS – a mobile operating system with consistent user-interface(UI)/user-experience(UX) – he talks about the many inconsistencies present in the UI/UX offered by Ice Cream Sandwich. You can check out the details after the jump!
As promised, Google has started rolling out the official Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich to all Nexus S users out there. Being the latest iteration in the Android OS saga, it’s a free treat no one can deny. And here’s how you can get the update this very moment, details after the jump!
Already got your hands on a Galaxy Nexus? Well, chances are, you don’t like that there-by-default Google search bar at the top of the homescreen and are looking to remove it. There is a very simple method for this and you can check it out after the jump!
The big thing right now in the world of Android is undoubtedly Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich as Google has christened it. It may not even be available on any phones in the United States yet, but all the buzz is definitely of the cold sandwich variety.
Folks looking for a new keyboard for their Android device need not to look any further: the critically acclaimed keyboard from Android’s latest release - 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich - has been unofficially released in the form an APK. We’ll be discussing its performance and give away the download link at the end. Check it out after the jump!
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich’s source code was handed over to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) a few days ago and we are seeing first attempts from the developers community to port Ice Cream Sandwich to some of the most powerful and popular smartphones. We’ve already covered how you can install Ice Sandwich on Galaxy S II, and in this is post, we’ll be talking about Ice Cream Sandwich for the old yet still mighty HTC HD2 “Leo”.