android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

Ice Cream Sandwich SDK port running on the Nexus One [Video]

When Google finally releases the SDK for any Android version the ports usually follow very quickly. Just like we assumed, we are already starting to see some Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ports hitting devices. We spotted a few yesterday and this afternoon we have a video demo of Android 4.0 running on the famous Google Nexus One. Being a port hacked together from the Android 4.0 SDK available now, it has a few bugs but so far looks very promising and I might have to dust off my old Nexi and give it a try.

NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core demo video leaks

What a surprise we have here, it appears NVIDIA will be going with Tegra 3 for the name of their new quad-core Kal-El mobile processors. This recently leaked promo video teases the Tegra 3 name as well as some features we can expect to see from the powerhouse quad-core chipset. Things like console-quality gaming and high speed web with embedded flash that will give us desktop level browsing experiences and more. The first thing that came to my mind was -- where can I get that prototype tablet from the video because it looks incredible (and fake). Check out the video and a few more details after the break.

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer might be the first tablet to ICS

First off, this isn't really exactly news because isn't this what we all expect when we buy Android? That our devices at some point will get updated to the latest and greatest OS as they become available? At least most right? While this story is completely obvious I'm sure many will be extremely happy to hear that the ASUS Transformer will indeed be updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. What's even better is it might also be the first tablet to receive the update, although the Xoom might have something to say about that.

Ice Cream Sandwich new features not mentioned during webcast

So we all know the Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich are now official, but there are probably a few things that the Google and Samsung event didn't cover. I'm sure many of you watched the event live from YouTube.com/Android and if you didn't the links above have all our coverage. We've spotted a few awesome features not covered during the event and all the details can be found after the break.

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich confirmed with details

We've known the name for months and months as Ice Cream Sandwich but until recently many were still guessing on the version number and what we'd see with Ice Cream Sandwich. The full details are coming in just a few minutes when the official Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Galaxy Nexus event gets under way. Watch it live at YouTube.com/Android. We now have confirmation on a few extra special details such as facial recognition unlock, NFC sharing and more all coming to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Ice Cream Sandwich Event live from Hong Kong, we’ll be there!

Consider this your public service announcement that Android Community will be live in Hong Kong to get all the details on the upcoming Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Tonight Samsung and Google will finally put all the rumors (and there was plenty) to rest and unveil what we've all been patiently waiting for. I've been so excited the past week that I'm almost sad the time is growing near. Being in Honk Kong time zones are a mess, the event will start at 10 PM EST here in the US.

Texas Instruments OMAP 5 SoC mobile processor gets shown off on camera [Video]

While we are still waiting to see what Texas Instrument might have in store for ICS devices, they are already starting to tease us about the next generation in mobile processors. Their new OMAP 5 chipset is shown off in a few video demos today and we have them all below for your viewing pleasure. Basically the OMAP 5 are some dual-core powerhouse chips rocking speeds upwards of 2.0 Ghz and some serious graphical prowess.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus appears in Best Buy systems as Nexus Prime

I'm ready for the Galaxy Nexus already and Tuesday just can't come fast enough. For now we'll just have to settle with the various leaks as I'm sure we'll get one every few hours right up until Tuesday. Late yesterday the Galaxy Nexus was spotted in Verizon's Cellebrite system, and now today it's also appearing in cellebrite systems for Best Buy. Could this be another Best Buy exclusive like the original Galaxy S? Doubtful but it also wouldn't surprise me either.
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