Indian government has finally announced the launch of second generation Aakash.
Aakash 2 was launched by President Pranab Mukherjee. Manufacturing cost of this product is said to be around Rs 2,236.
Indian government would distribute around
Google seems to have started rolling out a new Android build on their Nexus 7 model.
This is the latest Android build version 4.1.2 and Nexus 7 seems to be the first model getting it.
Remains to be seen if this update would also be released
Intel and Lava have finally announced the release of Android ICS update for the Lava XOLO X900 smartphone.
Lava XOLO X900 was essentially the first Android device in the market to feature an Intel processor.
Motorola of course has already
Tapatalk has released a version of their mobile app for Android Tablets.
Tapatalk Slate for Android is currently in heavy development. A preview build is available for free.
The developers said that it has been tested with 7” Android
Google has updated their Android Platform Versions chart.
Gingerbread remains the most popular version on Android powered devices. 55.8% of Android devices are running a build of GB.
Ice Cream Sandwich is now the second most popular version
Motorola seems to have given up on the idea of releasing the Android ICS update for their Atrix 4G smartphone.
This model should have received this update by now as per the deadline promised by the company but it never arrived.
While we are waiting for Google to announce their next update to Android platform rumored to be called Key Lime Pie, Sony has released Android ICS updates for three of their smartphone models.
Of course, even the ICS update is outdated now that
Google owned Motorola Mobility has invited media to an event they are co-hosting with Intel.
Industry experts believe that they are going to launch an Intel Medfield powered Android smartphone.
Motorola and Intel had announced a partnership
Motorola has finally started rolling out Google Android ICS update on their Motorola Xyboard Tablet PC.
This update is being rolled out on both Wi-Fi and Verizon variants.
Sadly, owners of these Tablets would have to wait for another couple
Samsung has announced that they are now offering their Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 tablet through Verizon Wireless now.
The device comes loaded with a 7 inch display and supports the 4G LTE networks on Verizon.
It is powered with Android Ice Cream Sandwich