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Android Jelly Bean overtakes Ice Cream Sandwich in adoption, Gingerbread still king

Android Jelly Bean overtakes Ice Cream Sandwich in adoption, Gingerbread still king

By 2 May 2013

New statistics revealed by Google show that Jelly Bean has finally overtaken Ice Cream Sandwich in the Android popularity stakes. Both 4.1 and 4.2 versions of Android account for 28.4 per cent of global devices, while Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.3 and 4.0.4)... >>

Jelly Bean now on 13.6 per cent of all Android devices, as Ice Cream Sandwich growth stalls

Jelly Bean now on 13.6 per cent of all Android devices, as Ice Cream Sandwich growth stalls

By 5 February 2013

Google has updated its Current Distribution page on the Android Developers portal to give us a little indication of where the platform is headed. According to the numbers, Google's latest version of Android, Jelly Bean, has reached 13.6 per cent of all... >>

Jelly Bean takes 10 per cent Android market, but people still using Donut

Jelly Bean takes 10 per cent Android market, but people still using Donut

By 4 January 2013

Google's Android Jelly Bean operating system now accounts for 10 per cent of Android phones in use over the past 14 days, Google has confirmed, showing a huge increase in usage over previous figures. According to new data released on the company's Android... >>

Nikon Coolpix S800c review
3 out of 5

Nikon Coolpix S800c review

By 12 October 2012

As mobile phones begin to penetrate what once was “camera-only” ground, the proliferation of such smartphones is said to be the demise of compact camera sales. The solution? Camera inoculation. At least that’s where the Nikon Coolpix S800c has gone... >>

Getac Z710 lays claim to being toughest ever Android tablet

Getac Z710 lays claim to being toughest ever Android tablet

By 4 September 2012

Getac has unveiled its 7-inch Getac Z710 device, adding that it’s “the world’s most compact and robust Android tablet”. Judging by the official press shots, it certainly looks like it could hold its own, with a rubberised shell encasing the entire... >>

Nikon Coolpix S800C Android-based camera pictures and hands-on

Nikon Coolpix S800C Android-based camera pictures and hands-on

By 28 August 2012

It was only a matter of time before an OS such as Android made its way into a camera. Polaroid had headed up the idea with the SC1630 model, but now it's Nikon that's in line with the Coolpix S800C. This Coolpix not only offers the usual fun of a 10x... >>

Next Nikon Coolpix compact camera rumoured to run Android

Next Nikon Coolpix compact camera rumoured to run Android

By 9 August 2012

Nikon’s next Coolpix compact camera could well run Google’s Android operating system and might even be with us as early as 22 August. The Nikon Coolpix S800 (some are speculating that it will actually be the S800c) is rumoured to have access to all... >>

Huawei launches the Ascend Y 100 and the G 7105 exclusively with O2

Huawei launches the Ascend Y 100 and the G 7105 exclusively with O2

By 11 May 2012

O2 will be the exclusive vendor for both the Huawei Ascend Y 100 and the Huawei G7105, as the manufacturer again caters for an entry-level audience. While not of the same calibre as the excellent Huawei Ascend G300, the Ascend Y 100 is again an Android-powered... >>

Gingerbread still most popular version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich still playing catch-up

Gingerbread still most popular version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich still playing catch-up

By 2 May 2012

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich share has grown to 4.4 per cent in Google's latest platform versions report, showing that the newest version of Android is growing in popularity, but by no means the most popular version of the mobile OS. That crown goes... >>

Sony Xperia S official

Sony Xperia S official

By 10 January 2012

There have been plenty of rumours as to what Sony Ericsson, or, more accurately, Sony Mobile Communications, would or would not launch at CES in Las Vegas at the start of 2012, and now it is official. The much rumoured Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc HD is... >>