On Monday, HTC confirmed that the long delayed Android 4.0 update for the HTC ThunderBolt is still on its way. While the company failed to give any concrete details, the assurance is welcomed after the 4 month delay.
After releasing iOS 6.0.1 last month, Apple has rolled out another update to its mobile operating system, though this one is aimed only at iPhone 5 and iPad Mini owners, as the company promises to fix a Wi-Fi issue plaguing its latest devices.
A little late to the party, U.S. Cellular will be offering the Android 4.1 Update (Jelly Bean) for the Samsung Galaxy S III starting Friday Dec 21.
AT&T has announced that an update for Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) is now available for the Motorola Atrix HD, bringing users several improvements, including Google Now, a Siri-like feature for Android devices.
Sprint was the first U.S. carrier to offer Android 4.1.1 for the Samsung Galaxy S III, and the carrier is at it again, making the EVO 4G LTE the first HTC device in the States to receive this update.
Starting on Friday, the version of the Samsung Galaxy S III from Verizon will begin to receive an upgrade to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). This is going to make the phone Global Ready, plus it will offer other enhancements.
With December now in full swing, IDC has released its latest prediction for the global mobile phone market, forecasting that the industry will grow only 1.4% year over year in 2012, while smartphone shipments are expected to grow 45.1% from 2011.
AT&T has begun offering an update to Android 4.1.1 for the Samsung Galaxy S III, making it the third major telecom to implement the update. The upgrade offers a bundle of new features from both Google and Samsung, and is available for download now.
Those who are part of Apple's developers program received the third beta of iOS 6.1 today. This new version will likely be available to the public soon. More information is available from TabletPCReview.
Recently, there was speculation that Nokia was considering giving up on Microsoft's Windows Phone and switching to Android. A company exec has pulled the rug out from under the basis for this rumor.
When the Motorola Droid RAZR HD and Droid RAZR MAXX HD came out this fall, they debuted running Android 4.0, an out-dated version of Google's operating system. These two Verizon smartphones will soon be receiving upgrades, but not to the latest version of Android.
Norton Mobile Security this week added its first Apple iOS client, along with a new pricing model for safeguarding iPhones, iPads, and Android devices alike.
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