While the official release of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for Nexus S is still awaited, an SDK port is available which can be downloaded and installed on Nexus S. However, it does have some bugs as given on the XDA-Developers:
The joint Samsung/Google event to introduce Android Ice Cream Sandwich and Samsung Nexus Prime is due to take place on October 19.
While hype created by Samsung’s super-sexy smartphone Galaxy S II still not over, we now have have some leaks regarding details of the next model Galaxy S III which maybe making a public appearance next year.
BlueStacks has released the alpha version of its Apps Player, which lets you run a variety of Android apps on Windows PCs, tablets and desktops.
The CyanogenMod Tean has released version 7.1.0 of the popular custom ROM. It provides support to around 30 new devices bringing the total number of devices to 68.
The Samsung/Google joint event on October 11 has been postponed. Video of Nexus Prime running Ice Cream Sandwich had already leaked on the internet. Now a series of screenshots of the next Android OS have appeared giving full details of the ICS.
The October 11 Google and Samsung joint event dubbed as Samsung Unpacked: Google Edition, has been postponed. Android Ice Cream Sandwich and Samsung’s next flagship phone Nexus Prime were expected to be unveiled at the event.
Google’s next Android update the Ice Cream Sandwich has been a subject of much speculation as well as eager wait for months.
Finally the cat is out of the bag! As expected Amazon’s press conference on 28th September has finally taken place and as speculated Amazon used the event to unveil its Kindle tablet. But guess what! There was not just one tablet rather it was a handful!
Samsung has announced Galaxy 8.9 is now available for pre-order and will ship on October 2nd. The Tab was first announced in March this year along with Galaxy Tab 10.1 and was expected to be released in summer.
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