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:
iPhone 4S which was announced at Apple’s October 4 event amid high expectations of iPhone 5. The iPhone 4S did not bring any design improvement over the iPhone 4 and hence there were speculations that it may not be able to attract much demand.
At Apple’s Let’s Talk iPhone event, a new iPod Nano was unveiled by Phile Schiller the senior vice president of worldwide product marketing at Apple. The device has been updated with 16 new clock faces.
Finally the wait is over and Apple officially unveils it iPhone 4S at its Lets Talk iPhone event at Cupertino campus. The announcement was made by none other than the new CEO Tim Cook himself.
It looks like the reports regarding the announcements of iPhone 5 on october 4th were actually quite authentic, since there is more evidence to support the release of iPhone 5 in the second week of october.
Google Wallet was first introduced to the May with the aim to convert your phones into wallets. Rather than having to carry a large number of credit cards inside your wallet, all you will have to do is just have plastic versions of those cards in their mobile phones.
The long wait of US users for this super sexy phone Samsung Galaxy SII is finally over as Samsung announced the SII for the US on 29th August. Initially the launch date was set for 29th August but had to be pushed back due to hurricane Irene.
We had reported earlier that iPhone 5 would be coming to Sprint in addition to Verizon and AT&T. Now an internal Sprint memo has emerged on the internet via SprintFeed that directs its employees to offer no comments on any rumors regarding iPhone.
Remember we had reported earlier this month about the latest BlackBerry models that had been unveiled by RIM i.e. BB 9930, 9810 and 9850. Two of these, BlackBerry Bold 9930 and Torch 9850 are now coming to the US carrier Sprint on 21st August.
Rumor is that Apple may be bringing differently priced phones to low, med and high-end users by late summer. According to BGR, Apple may be bringing a low-end pre-paid phone.
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