According to his unconfirmed tweet, the faster and more powerful One X will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with HTC Sense 4.5 and offer a 1.6GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Like the original model, the One X+ should also boast 1GB RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and a 1,800mAh battery.
Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S 4G owners on Sprint's network are now getting a bite of Jelly Bean.
As of yesterday, Android 4.1.1, aka Jelly Bean, has been available for Nexus users through an over-the-air update. Owners of the Samsung phone can follow the steps on Sprint's Galaxy Nexus update page to download and install the latest version if they don't already have it.
The Nexus S 4G is also getting the Jelly Bean treatment over Sprint's network. Like the update for the Galaxy Nexus, this one is available over the air. Users will … Read more
After more than a month in beta state, Synology's final latest version, version 4.1, of the DiskStation Manager operating system for its NAS server, was released today.
Synology is one of a few NAS vendors that regularly releases new versions of the operating system, which improves and adds features to its existing NAS servers. DSM has been by far the most advanced operating system for network-attached storage servers, which offers not just a vast amount of features and ease of use, but also the most robust user interface that resembles a native operating system. Like all NAS operating systems, DSM is accessed via a Web interface using a connected computer.
Google Now is a bit creepy at times, there's no doubt about it. But, it's a fun service to use and it definitely provides some value to your Android experience.
Yesterday, Google released an update to the Search app, which powers Google Now. One of the features in the update allows Google Now users to add their favorite sports teams to the service, without having to rely on search history for your teams to show up in the app.
To add your favorite sports team, launch Google Now and scroll to the bottom of your list of cards. … Read more
Samsung is due to unveil its Galaxy Note 2 at this week's IFA show in Berlin, but purported details about the tablet have already surfaced online.
Running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the Galaxy Note 2 will be powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos 4412 processor and offer 4G LTE connectivity, the newspaper added. An 8-megapixel camera will grace the rear. Consumers can also choose between 16GB or 32GB of storage.
Rumored … Read more
Archos has officially announced their latest venture into the Android tablet market with the Gen10 XS series. The line consists of three tablets starting with the Archos 101XS. The 10.1-inch tablet is set to be released in North America in November with a $399.99 price tag.
The lineup also includes the Archos 97 XS and Archos 80 XS tablets which will be released in late 2012, although no pricing information has been announced. The Gen10 XS tablet line will sport 1.5 GHz smart multicore processors and 1GB of RAM.
The tablets come with Android 4.0 and … Read more
I've had a Google Nexus 7 tablet for a little while now, and I'm a bit worried that my hands may soon just merge with the slick touch screen, transforming me into a 21st century Inspector Gadget.
Unlike previous Android tablets and my much-scorned Nook Tablet, I've had trouble putting down my Nexus 7 in recent weeks. I've also found that -- unlike the iPad -- it's just small enough to slip into the pocket of a pair of baggy pants and always have at arm's length.… Read more
HTC will release a faster, more robust successor to the One X by early October, according to an anonymous source within the company.
The preliminary info, obtained by Stuff, suggests that the "Endeavour C2" HTC One X+ will feature a quad-core 1.7GHz Tegra 3 processor and run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. What's more, HTC is said to be including ClearVoice technology for improved call quality, an updated HTC Watch experience, and a pair of UrBeats earphones. … Read more
Samsung is on the verge of releasing an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for its Galaxy S III smartphone, according to a recent SamMobile report. The mobile blog claims that internal testing of the new firmware is complete and that a public-ready version is ready. All that stands in the way, or so it seems, is a final approval from the Google team. … Read more
Sony has not completely ruled out an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for its 2011 Xperia line, despite what the company may have told you just days ago.