Droid RAZR Ice Cream Sandwich Release Date: What to Expect in June

Droid RAZR

The anticipation of the Motorola Droid RAZR Ice Cream Sandwich update release date has hit its peak. Verizon has released a test build which may be the final version of the Android 4.0 update and Motorola has imposed a second quarter release date leaving it until the end of June to roll out the software. […]

Sony Tablet P Ice Cream Sandwich Update Begins to Roll Out

Sony Tablet P Ice Cream Sandwich Update Begins to Roll Out

The Sony Tablet P Ice Cream Sandwich update has arrived. Sony has announced that the Sony Tablet P has joined the Sony Tablet S on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and that the update is currently rolling out to “select markets.” The company has not elaborated on where those “select markets” are, which means Tablet […]

Samsung Galaxy Note Review: One Week Later


I bought a Samsung Galaxy Note last week and really like the phone. The Note commends itself with great features like a beautiful screen and the responsive S-Pen. Samsung makes using the Note a pleasure. I’m glad I switched from iPhone because of the stellar turn-by-turn directions that whip iPhone’s, for now. I love the ability to […]

Galaxy Nexus Update Improves Portable Hotspot Feature


Verizon pushed out the first official update to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus this week, fixing several bugs and improving overall performance. Perhaps one unsung improvement is the Galaxy Nexus can finally operate as a full-fledged portable hotspot. The portable hotspot feature allows users to share the Galaxy Nexus’ wireless Internet connection with up to 10 […]

Nexus One Owners Need to Upgrade or Go Custom for ICS


I have a couple of friends still rocking the “Google Phone” that Google left behind, the Nexus One. One of them has moved on to Windows Phone, but is still quite bitter that the phone Google said would get all the upgrades isn’t getting Android 4. Google’s Hugo Barra confirmed this way back in October, but […]

Where is Swype for the Galaxy Nexus?


I have been itching for Swype on my Galaxy Nexus since the launch. Unfortunately it wouldn’t work on the Galaxy Nexus or ICS for that matter. I went through a lot trying to get my fix. I have become addicted to this input style and had to have something. I shared with you all several […]

Swype update to support Android 4.0 expected by the end of January


I absolutely love having Swype on my Verizon Galaxy Nexus running Android 4.0 through the unofficial version that was hacked and fixed by an XDA member. It seems we won’t have to wait too much longer for the official version to support Ice Cream Sandwich on our Galaxy Nexus. I shared a way to get […]

How to Get Swype on the Galaxy Nexus


Merry Christmas GBM Galaxy Nexus Owners! Swype is here, unofficially. By now, I am sure everyone knows that Swype doesn’t work on the Galaxy Nexus. I expected them to have already worked on a version compatible with both ICS and the 720p screen resolution that the Galaxy Nexus sports since the unlocked GSM version had been […]

I Am Now On Android Again! Why?


Well, you know I was doing the Android to Windows Phone 7 conversion a couple of weeks ago, right? It went well and I found that Windows Phone could be used as my “Daily Driver”. I decided to go with a swapping back and forth between the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and the HTC […]

Swype Alternatives for the Galaxy Nexus


If you’ve picked up the Galaxy Nexus, you probably already know that Swype isn’t on there. When I got my Galaxy Nexus last Thursday, I was surprised to find this. Filling out all those user names and passwords by tap tap tapping the default keyboard drove me crazy. I poked around and couldn’t find it. […]

Google’s Schmidt: “Tablet of Highest Quality” In 6 Months


According to a report from Notebook Italia (linked to by Slashgear) Google’s Eric Schmidt is promising “in the next six months we plan to market a tablet of the highest quality.”  He was quoted in an interview with the Italian paper Corrierre della Sea. He’s also promising that voice recognition will be a big part […]

Why I’m Not Buying a Galaxy Nexus


Yet. For those who think it is because I’m an Apple fan boy, hear me out. It has nothing to do with the fact that I’ve been an iPhone and iOS user for some time now. I’ve been reading quite a bit about the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich. I have to admit, I’m […]