Samsung has started rolling out Android Jelly Bean update for their Galaxy S III smartphone in their home market South Korea.
We expect it to be released internationally in the coming days.
Samsung is already selling their Galaxy Note
Google has finally launched a new section on their Play Store that highlight apps designed for Tablet PCs.
The company is also asking for user suggestions for apps that should be highlighted here.
Android might dominate the smartphone market
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
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg recently admitted that using HTML5 in their mobile apps for Apple iOS and Google Android was a mistake. The technology is not mature enough to be used for mobile apps.
The company has already launched an updated
October is the month when we start hearing about the new Google Nexus device.
We have already heard multiple rumors. Initially it was said that Google would launch five Nexus models from five different manufacturers. Then we heard about an updated
Google Gesture Search was launched largely as a showcase of various sensors that are bundled in Android devices. It also enables the user to search apps without typing in on a keyboard which comes handy on the move. It still remains a novelty app with
HTC has announced that they would start rolling out Android Jelly Bean edition on their One X and One S smartphones this month.
The company has also announced a new updated edition of One X named One X+ with a faster processor and more storage.
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
Google seems to have rolled out a major update to YouTube Leanback feature.
It is now named YouTube TV and it now features a brand new user interface optimized to be used with keyboards.
Of course you also get to control it completely through