Google gets its hands dirty improving what’s already great about Ice Cream Sandwich, tuning things up under the hood as it serves up its tastiest treat yet with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Rumours abound that Samsung is bringing forward its original launch date for the Galaxy Note 2 from October to August this year and why not after the success of the original phablet?
While being more of an upgrade to ICS than a fully-fledged new system, Android 4.0 Jelly Bean still offers plenty of decent new features. But what devices will be first?
The iPhone 4S may still be the nation’s favourite smartphone, but sales of the handset have slumped in recent months as Android devices rise in popularity with the ever popular Samsung Galaxy S3.
Google has made a raft of announcements this week at its I/O developers’ conference including the Nexus 7 tablet, Chrome for iPad and Android Jelly Bean.
with over four hundred million mobile devices using the Android OS, any new version release is big news. So what new features can we expect in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean?
The Google Nexus 7 UK release date and price have been announced, with the 7-inch tablet costing £159 for an 8G version, and £199 for 16GB. We nabbed a good chunk of hands on time with the Google Nexus 7, the new challenger in the tablet market.
As Google get ready to announce the long awaited Nexus tablet, here’s 10 Things you need to know from rival Microsoft’s big Windows Phone 8 and Surface tablet launches.
Mozilla have released an update for Firefox for Android web browser with enhanced speed, Flash support, new security features, and much more. We take a look at what all the fuss is about.