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Ice Cream Sandwich hidden feature “Android Dreams” Hands-on [Video]

The folks over at Google sure know how to have a good time. From adding Easter Egg's and random things like the Android Nyan Cat to this brand new "Dream" or screensaver feature that was uncovered in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich yesterday. The guys from Android Police gave us the first look but today I have actual hands-on video with a real device, not a render from the Android SDK. Check out this new Android Dream feature on video below.

ASUS Eee Pad MeMo charted for January 2012

The ASUS Eee Pad MeMo tablet hasn't received nearly as much publicity as the Transformer Prime, but now we know why. ASUS states the MeMo 7" tablet will launch January 2012 with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) on board. MeMo has been through different hardware and design stages as well, when it formerly appeared with a 3D capable display. They've since then scratched that, and will focus more on the paired functionality of the MeMic Bluetooth device to the actual tablet - after all, they do ship together.

Android 4.0 Open Source Project released for x86 processors

Google's source code for Android 4.0.1 (Ice Cream Sandwich) has now been released for x86 processors, Intel and AMD alike. It seems there are currently some very obvious compatibility bugs that don't play nicely with Intel chipsets. Sound, ethernet, hardware acceleration, and camera capabilities are currently incompatible. However, developers coding for AMD processors will find that sound, hardware acceleration and WiFi work perfectly fine.

LG Optimus series to be first LG devices with Android 4.0

If you are the owner of an LG smartphone that wants to know when your device will get the upgrade to Android 4.0, LG has a bit of information today. An official Facebook post has fingered the devices that will be getting the Android 4.0 update first. All of the initial smartphones to get Ice Cream Sandwich will be in the Optimus family.

Android Community Weekly: November 27, 2011

Its been another great week of news here at Android Community, so let me sort out some of the high points for you. Most important to many, our sister site SlashGear had taken the time to extensively review both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 (ice Cream Sandwich). Android 4.0 has been steadily making its way to many devices (unofficially of course) since its source hit the net, and so will CyanogenMod 9 in due time.

LG Optimus Pad 2 image leaks

Last year LG launched the Optimus Pad better known as the T-Mobile LG G-Slate in a neat 8.9" form factor and some 3D effects. While the tablet didn't sell extremely well it was their first venture into the tablet game. Today we are seeing what is believed to be the successor to the Optimus Pad -- possible the Optimus Pad 2.

HTC Ville leaks again, thinnest HTC device yet

A few weeks back we got our first hint and glance at the upcoming HTC Ville but we only received a very generic rendered image and some details including Android 4.0 ICS and a super thin profile. Today we have our first official look at the HTC Ville -- and it looks quite stunning although it still features capacitive buttons.

Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) port for HTC Hero may be a reality

One of the first Android phones available in the US may see an upgrade, unofficially of course, to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The HTC Hero has always had a great community of developers that stick around to make sure the device isn't just up to date, but has the latest and greatest despite its crucial hardware limitations. I personally had the HTC Hero for quite a while thanks to an amazing port of CyanogenMod; HTC Sense just wasn't cutting it with such a slow processor and limited RAM.
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