According to a post on the official Sony Xperia product blog, the latest Sony smartphone to jump on the Ice Cream Sandwich bandwagon is the Xperia P.
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According to user data from the Google Play Store, Ice Cream Sandwich is becoming increasingly popular. But it’s still not the version of Android running on the largest number of devices.
Do you have a Kindle Fire? Would you rather convert it into a full-on Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich powered tablet? Amazon has gone off on its own tangent with its version of Android. At this point it doesn’t look like there will ever be official support for Ice Cream Sandwich. But, that won’t stop […]
If you’ve been using Android for any amount of time, you know that sometimes you get an app that acts buggy or is eating up system resources. Here’s how to disable those pesky apps on Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Good news for a whole bunch of HTC Android smartphone users. Quite a few models are getting the highly anticipated Ice Cream Sandwich update. And this time it’s not gossip, as HTC itself has confirmed the news on its blog. It all starts with the HTC Sensation and Sensation XE.
If you’re a Motorola smartphone or tablet user hoping for an upgrade to Android Ice Cream Sandwich, your wait is finally over. Motorola has announced the details of the Ice Cream Sandwich rollout. The Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi only edition has already got it, now it’s time for (many) other devices. Now, maybe you shouldn’t be […]
Some more interesting stuff for tablet fans. If you’re interested in getting an accessibly-priced tablet, Samsung has one for you. Of course, it’s not as cheap as the ZTE Optik. It will first be released in the UK, in March. A great thing about it is that it runs Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. The […]
As much as that title sounds like a restaurant scene in a science fiction movie, it actually means great news for fans and owners of one of the most beloved Android tablets out there. Even if Asus has already released the follow-up, called Transformer Prime, and is upgradeable to Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) and […]
It’s about time Google. A design guideline for Android app developers has finally been released by Google in an attempt to make Android Ice Cream Sandwich apps more standardized and easier to use. Fact is that with freedom comes anarchy. I’ve always loved Android’s freedom, but that came at a price: different apps had different […]
What can be said about this paradox of a mobile computing device that hasn’t been said to death in podcasts and reviews? Hundreds of millions of search results made up of billions of words all describing the hopes and dreams of a generation. A fourth generation to be exact. To intimately know the pain of […]
X3 with host John C. Dvorak. Andrew Eisner of Retrevo.com and Joseph Engo, IT Pro, as usual cohost this intense, rowdy and shortform videocast. It appears regularly here at groovyPost. John and company discuss the upcoming Android OS updated called Ice Cream Sandwich. [videocast: 7:09]
Google Mobile head Andy Rubin talks up Android, disses Siri on stage with Ina Fried at All Things D Asia. Excellent interview.