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.
Canadian email mobile phone manufacturer Research In Motion has announced BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, which is a mobile device management service for smartphones and tablets that can manage Google Android and Apple iOS operating systems based devices, besides just BlackBerry products.
With a cost attached of £249.99
Former British Telecom mobile phone network O2 is now selling the world’s thinnest handset – the Motorola Razr phone, free with a £54 monthly contract.
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Consumer electronics giant Samsung released its first Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0 mobile phone last week – in the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, where issues and bugs have already been seen with the handset.
as a gift
India based title The Economic Times has it that Apple’s Steve Wozniak was gifted the latest Google Android phone, after a tweet was sent by the iPhone 4S company’s co-founder.
Official statement from Adobe
Consumer electronics giant Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0 handset went on sale last week, where reports of the lack of an Adobe flash player has already been noted by early adopters.
More just desserts
Consumer electronics giant Samsung has announced that its flagship Samsung Galaxy S II mobile phone will be gaining an update to the newest version of the Google mobile OS, known as Ice Cream Sandwich.
With wirelessly syncing of tracks, on Android devices
Internet search engine giant Google has officially unveiled their Music service, which allows the discovering, purchasing, sharing of digital music from the Android Market.
For handset retailers and coders to use
Our sister in-depth IT title thinq_ has published a piece surrounding Google releasing ahead of schedule the source code to the platform running on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
Mobile phone network O2 has made public the former 2010 flagship Sony Ericsson X10 handset will be getting an update to the Android ‘Gingerbread’ 2.3 OS, whilst other networks saw the upgrade roll out during in Q3 of this year.