Recent Google acquisition Motorola Mobility has made public that its Atrix handset that can be attached to a docking station and turned into a laptop, has received an update to a new version of Gingerbread which brings in several improvements to the handset’s performance.
Popular UK music download service 7digitial has announced that it is expanding its mobile client range in partnership with Microsoft, where an application is due to arrive on Windows Phone 7 devices in 2012.
Mobile phone news website KnowYourMobile has learnt that the Amazon colour screen Android run Kindle Fire tablet is due to go on sale in the UK early next year, from a trusted source close to Amazon.
South Korean second largest consumer electronics company Lucky Goldstar will be unveiling their latest designer Prada Android mobile phone mid-next week, according to the mobile phone website gsmarena.com
Chinese electronics company Ainovo has launched the NOVO7, which is now the first tablet to ship with the Android ’Ice Cream Sandwich‘ 4.0 OS, with a 7-inch touch screen and a cost attached of $99 with $60 shipping charges.
Finnish maker of Angry Birds Rovio has teamed up with Samsung, to launch a fifth level to their Advent game with the ability to win Samsung Galaxy devices on December 5th.
Internet search engine giant Google has officially allowed access to the Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 operating system images for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, just in case any deployment of an unauthorised versions of the platform has any problems on the handset.
IT news website The Register has carried an interview with a senior spokesperson over at Carrier IQ, who has put the record straight over the recent news that their software reportedly monitors activity on 141 million smartphones.
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Xbox news blog majornelson.com has published an article and screen shots relating to the Xbox 360 companion application for Microsoft Windows Phone 7 run handsets, which is set to be released on December 6th – alongside the actual Xbox 360 dashboard update.
British broadsheet newspaper The Guardian has published an article relating to the recent revelation that certain mobile phones and network have the Carrier IQ diagnostics software, which logs every keystroke that the user makes on the device.