We had already known that Sony was planning to upgrade the Xperia Z to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean shortly after the official launch and as of now, it is looking like that will indeed be how things play out. Keep in mind, Sony has yet
Issue 40065, a seemingly simple sounding number, however for the more than 450 people that have starred the issue — it apparently means poor Wi-Fi connectivity on their Nexus device. Or more specifically, on a Nexus device
There are a lot of things to be excited about with Sony‘s incoming Xperia Z handset, but one thing that has some users a little disappointed is the fact that the phone will ship with Android 4.1 installed on it.
The Nook Tablet is no stranger to CyanogenMod. In the past we have seen builds for the tablet, and as of today we have word of an unofficial CM10.1 build for the Nook. And for those of you who have stuck with the stock ROM and
The BBC iPlayer app was updated for Jelly Bean back in mid-October, however since then, some things have changed. Namely, Android 4.2 has been released and 7-inch tablets (such as the Nexus 7) have become rather popular. On that
Putting aside the argument of whether or not a malware scanner is needed on an Android device, lets talk about the scanner that is available on devices running Jelly Bean. Or more specifically, for those running 4.2. The key
The British newspaper known as The Times is trying to bolster its digital presence by offering discounted Nexus 7 tablet with subscriptions. For only £50 and a £4 a week subscription, users can grab a 32GB Nexus 7 tablet.
One of the most popular keyboard apps on Android is SwiftKey. However, users with Nexus devices who upgrade to Android 4.2 might find that their installation of SwiftKey gets completely deleted upon upgrading. For some users, the
If you’re using CyanogenMod and you’ve been lucky enough to get your hands on a Nexus 4, then you’re in for a treat. The CyanogenMod team announced on Google Plus that they’re rolling out the first Nexus 4
The 7-inch tablet craze has certainly caught on with some manufacturers, and now it seems that ASUS wants a slice of that pie for itself. iAfrica reports that ASUS is planning to launch a new 7-inch tablet dubbed the ME-172 early