Monthly Archives: December 2010

CyanogenMod comes to the Nexus S

  Upgraded to a Nexus S and missing some of CyanogenMods features? Fear not! As an alpha build has been released. Currently, there are some known issues with this build: Torch program(s) don’t always work Market is crashy (interface only) It … Continue reading

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Ambarella iOne Processor

Have you ever heard of Ambarella? No, Neither had we untill now, They have made a processor that would compete with Samsung, TI and even Qualcomm. Sadly this chip, Named iOne will be going into android powered cameras and not phones; … Continue reading

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New devices coming to the Xperia Family?

Sony Ericsson shall be attending the Mobile World Congress Exhibition in February, where they shall be showing off new phones joining the Xperia Family, We expect to see the Xperia X12 aka ANZU and more recently know as the Xperia … Continue reading

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It's a Kind of Magic

It has been announced by Vodafone UK, that the HTC Magic will be updated to FroYo. This is a surprise (to say the least), since the handset is 20 months old. In the US, the phone is known as the … Continue reading

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Gingerbread coming "soon" to AOSP

A “Googler” Jean-Baptiste Queru, has tweeted that, The Gingerbread will be in the AOSP tree soon after the Nexus S ships. This is great news due to the fact that any ROMs built from AOSP such as CyanogenMod can get … Continue reading

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LG Optimus One sell over 2 Million units

The Optimus One line from LG has sold over 2 Million units, Which is great news for android! LG announced that the Optimus line had sold over one million units in its first 40 days, and just 20 days later … Continue reading

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Google launch "Google Books"

Today Google has dipped its toes in new waters with Google eBooks “Google eBooks will be available in the U.S. from a new Google eBookstore. You can browse and search through the largest ebooks collection in the world with more … Continue reading

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