Karbonn’s next smartphone – the Titanium S6 is seemingly the OEM’s flagship device against the highly awaited Micromax Canvas 4 and possibly the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Google has recently released the updated stats for Android through its Platform Versions webpage and from the looks of its popularity of Jelly Bean is on the rise while users are seemingly losing taste of Ice Cream Sandwich.
Intel has managed to get the Android 4.1 OS, aka Jelly Bean, work on its single core Atom chips codenamed Medfield.
Adobe Flash Player is back on Google Play Store, atleast in the UK, and it seems that the pressure from UK “strategic partners” is the reason behind Adobe’s decision to bring back the flash player from the dead.
Samsung Galaxy S III is soon to receive its doze of Android 4.1 aka Jelly Bean in a couple of weeks’ time a website has claimed.
Adobe has announced that it will be making the Flash Player for Android unavailable for new devices and users from August 15 in continuation of its plan to discontinue development of Flash Player for mobile browsers.
Recent statistics released by Google through its Android developers blog indicates that adoption of Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich has increased to a 16 per cent installation base.
Android has been a very successful mobile operating system and one can’t help but wonder if Google has had other thoughts like giving Android a facelift and turning it into a desktop operating system. Chrome hasn’t appealed to the masses and Google might just want to cash in on Android’s popularity.
Linus Torvalds, the inventor or Linux and the so called grandfather of Android is very much in love with Google Nexus 7 Tablet. Torvalds, in a post on his Google+ account, starts off with words “So far: very positive.”