The latest version of Android – 4.1 Jelly Bean – has been ported, surprisingly enough, on to the beautiful looking Nokia N9!!!
Ok, I've put up so many news articles on the Galaxy SIII, but the actual device is nowhere in sight. We did approach dealers and outlets but to no avail. Nevertheless, the show must go on. And to proceed with that, we did hear some news that the Samsung Galaxy S3 will get a Cyanogen Mod10 pack, which will effectively bring JellyBean to the device.
Remember when Samsung said that the Galaxy S I9000 simply doesn’t have enough power to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich? What if we told you that not only is that untrue, but the smartphone can also handle the much more advanced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
After UK retailer Expansys started cancelling orders for the 64GB variety of the Galaxy S III, we feared that Samsung may have given up on the device. Apparently, that's not the case, according to GSMArena.com.
Limited edition' bundles are not alien to the Xbox 360 console, and the cool thing about it is that, not only do you get a copy of the game with it, but the entire console goes through a makeover to match the theme of the game. Another such new limited edition Halo 4 Xbox 360 bundle is now heading our way.
Last week news surfaced that 'Samsung' and 'Verizon' are working on a special Developer Edition of their new Galaxy S III smartphone. The main feature of this device is that it will feature a user unlockable bootloader and will be sold without a contract for US$599 which amounts to 230 Omani Riyals.
The reason this model is necessary is because, unlike the Galaxy S III sold on other carriers in the US, the Verizon version ships with a locked bootloader.
For those who don't know, XBMC is a popular media center application for the desktop. Well known for its 10-foot UI and the ability to customize using plugins and skins, developers have announced on their blog that they are working on a full-fledged version of the application for Android.
FLASH APP OF THE CENTURY!!! 'The Scale of the Universe' flash app was introduced sometime earlier in 2012, but now another version is available for your viewing pleasure.
Here’s another step towards becoming smarter for Nokia’s Series 40 OS for entry level devices. The users of the aforementioned handsets can now download and install an official Twitter application from the Nokia Store.
Yes, just when we thought we had seen it all, Samsung pulls up another advertisement. And this time the video brings in the 'Olympics' feel. This particular video also features 'David Beckham' flirting with the S III. Nevertheless, this may just be the best commercial by Samsung till date. But mind you, be prepared for more.