A facebook update from Samsung Norway would suggest that we will be seeing a Samsung Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich Release Date by the end of Q1 of 2012.
Apple are making app developers very happy indeed with a huge $4 billion already paid out to Apple iOS developer so far, this lucrative industry is certainly worth looking into for programmers worldwide.
Samsung are looking to release the Samsung Galaxy S3 in April according to a Russian blogger, and with a new model appearing on the Samsung website briefly could this be true?
Crackle App Allows You To Watch TV On Your Android Device.
The Samsung Galaxy Note in white will get released in the UK tomorrow at John Lewis with more retailers to stock the chic device later in February.
ASUS finally look like they will be releasing their Eee pad Ice Cream Sandwich update in mid February.
Xoom tablet owners have been told by Motorola that they will be getting their Ice Cream Sandwich update “OTA” over the air in the coming few weeks via WiFi.
Photo of new Samsung Galaxy S3? Or just mock up of average smartphone for Samsung promo video. We take a look at the video from CES 2012 and see what the fuss is all about.
InMobi reported significant growth in ad impressions on devices such as smartphones and tablets in late 2011, we take a look at the growth of these mediums as a means of getting messages and advertising across new channels and eyeballs.
Windows Phone versus Samsung Nexus: We bring you what must be one of the most embarrassing episodes in the whole history of “my phone is better than yours” boll***ks. Please watch as Ben Rudolph from…
ASUS transformer prime ICS update close to a fix after many had issues upgrading OTA to the new Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 operating system.
Motorola Xoom will get an official ICS update “over the air” this weekend for US owners of the WiFi only version. We take a look at when the other updates may arrive for this tablet.
Sony SmartWatch shows at CES 2012, we take a look at the Android based gadget and ask do we really need another device to tell us who called and show us our recent tweets?
The Android application marketplace is great, but with no quality control it can look a little tatty around the edges and sometimes malware creeps in that causes major concerns, are google about to change all that?