Geeks Have Landed - In a surprise move, Asus have began rolling out Android 4.0 to owners of the Transformer Prime
My Tech Update - Datawind which is well known for it’s affordable tablet "Akash" has entered the Indian smartphone market with the launch of it’s 3 Dual-SIM phablets. All the three phablets start with a name Pocketsurfer and their prices start at Rs. 3,499. These smartphones are equipped with Datawind’s patented mobile internet technology which helps webpages load faster even on the 2G networks.
Hardcore Droid - The selection of available Android tablets has grown impressively in a very short time. In the face of such variety, it can be difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff. In keeping with our tireless dedication to organizing everything worth knowing into lists of 8-12 items, Hardcore Droid is happy to bring you this list of some of the most noteworthy Android tablet devices of the past and present.
Maximum PC: Still waiting on your device maker and wireless carrier to dish up Jelly Bean to replace Ice Cream Sandwich on your mobile phone? Hey, it could be worse. You could be stuck on Android 2.3.x (Gingerbread) where 44.1 percent of all Android users reside, or on an even older build (Froyo, Elcair, or Donut), which collectively account another 9.6 percent of the Android camp. Add them together you have nearly 54 percent of the Android userbase rocking a dated version of their OS.