Verizon Galaxy Nexus press images revealed

I know many of you might think Verizon has forgot about the Galaxy Nexus because we still haven't heard so much as a peep from them regarding this new flagship superphone from Google. Apparently a few folks from androidforums were digging around the Verizon website and stumbled on the official press shots of the new 4G LTE Galaxy Nexus. Without talking much I'll just let you see the pictures below.

Motorola Xoom update rolling out now

The original Honeycomb tablet the Motorola Xoom isn't going anywhere just yet. It was updated with 4G LTE, It'll see Ice Cream Sandwich eventually and today Verizon is supplying users with another update. Don't run home on your lunch break or anything because this is not some super secret Android 4.0 update, instead we have a measly 8.9 MB teeny tiny software change. At least it's seeing steady updates though right?

Cisco prepares AT&T and Verizon versions of its Cius tablet

What's a Cius? That's a question that Cisco probably wants to hear more often. The company's only tablet has been overshadowed by more mainstream offerings, due in no small part to the fact that it's only available through business channels. That said, Cnet reports that they're seeing the adoption that they wanted, and they'll be expanding the 7-inch Cius line with mobile broadband options.

Foxit Mobile PDF Reader available in the Android Market

If you've been using the Internet for any amount of time at all, you probably know one of its founding principles: Adobe Reader sucks. Many savvy desktop users choose a lightweight alternative for displaying simple PDFs, and Foxit PDF Reader has long been a favorite among them. Now Foxit Software has released an Android port of its popular reader, and you can download it now in the Android Market.

Carrier IQ busted on video: records keystrokes, web traffic

Carrier IQ's support software has been monitored closely by Android security watchdogs for the last few weeks. After an embarrassing public relations snafu, the company stated that their software does not record personal information, despite the findings of an independent security analyst. But The Register reports that same analyst has now shown the Carrier IQ software logging keystrokes in real time, and transmitting them over an unsecure wireless connection. Carrier IQ is, in a word, busted.

December 8 is Transformer Prime launch date says Asus

One of the tablets that has us really excited is the Asus Transformer Prime. There had been rumors that the tablet would be launching on December 8 with that date surfacing for shipping on Newegg this week. Asus has now reportedly confirmed to the geeks at NetbookNews that December 8 is the US launch date. That date is a week after the tablet launches in Taiwan.

Volume fix for Galaxy Nexus rolling out now OTA

If you are a proud owner of a Galaxy Nexus smartphone and have been waiting with baited breath for the volume fix to land today is your day. Word is that the volume fix is being pushed out OTA today by Samsung. The roll out will be staggered according to Clove in the UK. Staggered would mean that not all users of the smartphone will get the update at the same time.
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