A happy bit of news today from Android developer Jean-Baptiste Queru, the CDMA variant of the Nexus S (more commonly known as the Nexus S 4G) has officially been reinstated as fully supported by the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Readers may recall that there was a bit of a stir in February when it was announced the [...]
Today, I drove past the local Verizon Wireless store here in Terre Haute. After several conversations and a long night watching the live Android 4.0 show and tell, I didn’t put two and two together. I missed the giant banner on their trailer showing a girl holding a Nexus surrounded in rings depicting the “best” [...]
First impressions of the object of my desire What we saw tonight was a very complete and mature package that seems to be up to any task. It seems incredibly arrogant in fact, touting it’s overly complete feature-set on a frivolous device with unbelievable computing power. First off, don’t get me wrong. The title of [...]
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[dropcap]B[/dropcap]ack in May, the masters of the Google universe revealed their intentions to deliver Ice Cream Sandwich later in the year. Speculation began to build, eventually leading to wild theories and exciting leaks complete with bizarre tails. These are the dreams of giant corporations, to create buzz and intrigue the masses with bits of honey [...]