The crowdfunded Ubuntu Edge smartphone may already be dead but that doesn’t mean that we won’t be seeing Ubuntu run on smartphones. The Ubuntu phone team recently announced through their mailing list message that the Ubuntu Touch, the OS that would have been used by the Edge, will have an October 17 release date which
Samsung Galaxy Nexus
New is always better. I know it, you all know it, Barney Stinson probably knows it best. But sometimes, old may not be so bad after all. It’s not better, but it can be satisfactory. Okay, let’s drop the vagueness, because I’m this close to forgetting exactly what I was trying to say. Which is
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is special for a variety of reasons. Not only did it bring forth the newest iteration of Android at the time (Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich), but it also featured pretty cool hardware although the camera was dismal. This is the reason the smartphone is still in demand despite Google launching
We already have a lot of Android 4.2 rumors on the internet. One among them is a performance tweak which will optimize battery usage on smart phones and tablets running Android 4.2. But other than this, we do not know much about the operating system or the devices which could be in the works right
One rule that will always hold good is that smartphones don’t stick to their value. It’s actually quite a logical thing because as new and more powerful smartphones come to the market, the demand for older smartphones decreases as a result. The prices keep on dropping up to a point that carriers offer the device
Specifications of the next Galaxy Nexus have begun to surface. Sammobile reports that the device currently has the codename “Superior” and has the model number GT-I9260. It may be recalled that the Galaxy Nexus has a model number I9250, suggesting that this upcoming device will be closely related to that phone. The successor of the
Apple maintained in court that Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone has many similarities with the iPhone, such as the Siri feature. Thus, the Cupertino company is asking an appeals court to ban the device in the United States. This case is separate from the one between the two electronics giants in San Jose, California. In contrast
South Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung is reportedly on the verge of rolling out the much anticipated Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for its flagship, Galaxy S3. Reports suggest that owners may be able to pull the update down from Samsung’s servers in late September or early October. Sam Mobile, a blog dedicated to publishing latest
Korean manufacturer Samsung has kept its mouth shut about Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. Until now, there is no official word from the company which of its devices would be getting Google’s latest mobile operating system. However, experts believe that the company is just trying to tease everyone who is intently waiting for the much
South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung recently pushed an update for its Galaxy S3 devices under Sprint network removing the Universal Search functionality in which Apple claimed to have been infringing one of its patents. Apparently, this is the easiest way out for the company to avoid further legal battles with the Cupertino-based tech titan.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been under a shipment ban as per the injunction levied by the U.S District Court Judge Lucy Koh. As per Apple’s claim, which moved the injunction, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus was in direct violation of its patents through the use of key features which resembled that of the iPhone 4S.
Both Google and Samsung are working on a software patch that would fix and bypass the sales ban issued for Google Nexus due to the patent disputes filed by Apple, according to All Things D. The device in question was the search giant’s flagship which was manufactured by Samsung and has been a subject of
Are you looking to get a new Android smartphone and want nothing but the best in the market? Finding the best Android smartphone can be a daunting task especially with the recent top notch smartphone releases by different manufacturers including Samsung, Asus, Huawei, HTC and others. In my opinion though, here are the best Android
United States District Court Judge Lucy Koh issued preliminary injunction Friday, June 29th, 2012, barring sale of [easyazon-link asin=”B0061R2A1S” locale=”us”]Samsung Galaxy Nexus[/easyazon-link] in the US market. In what seems like a déjà vu, Apple won for the second time an order that would surely affect its competitor’s sales projection. Galaxy Nexus was designed by Google and