Android 4.1.2 Nexus 7 Update Rolling Out With Landscape Orientation Mode And Bug Fixes

Google has pushed out the Android 4.1.2 update for Nexus 7 users couple of hours ago. The main feature adopted by this 4.1.2 update is landscape orientation for the home screen launcher. I wouldn't advise you to read over the entire change-log of the update as it mainly consists of bug fixes we never knew existed.

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Flagship Smartphone From Sony Named ‘Odin’ Tipped For 2013

The year of 2012 is yet to finish. But, rumors about new devices lined up for next year release are popping up every now and the. The newest of these, is about a Sony smartphone, code-named Odin. A Japanese website, named Blog of Mobile, has reported about the upcoming smartphone noticed model number of C650X and lined up for a 2013 release.

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Current Motorola Users Will Get $100 Credit To Buy New Jelly Bean Handsets

Motorola Mobility has been trying to woo its customers through better pricing. During an event at NYC yesterday, Motorola unveiled three devices, namely RAZR M, RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD. They all either have Jelly Bean or are in line for an update soon. But what about those with older Motorola phones with no Jelly Bean?

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Sony Xperia U Powered By Android

Sony launched its flagship Xperia S in March. Then the phone had been shipped to customers with outmoded software. Only the Xperia S has been updated to Android 4.0. Second was Xperia P, better than Xperia S. It is a mid-level smartphone that obviously will impress you. It was preloaded with Android 2.3. Next is Xperia U that is apparently no exception. This phone is presenting itself as an entry-level option. The Xperia U is one of latest products of the Sony's NXT series that had been released this May.

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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Already Grabbed Around 1% Market Share

We've seen a bunch of Android devices releasing every week. People love the devices and adopts these. But, the latest version of Android devices attracted them quickly. It's because of most of the smartphone manufacturers have updated their devices to Jelly Bean. Withing a very short time, Jelly Bean has already grabbed 1% market share.

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Developer Shows How To Enable Multi-User Functionality In Android

The latest Android release from Google, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, has introduced a number of new features to the mobile platform. However, it seems that the true potential of Jelly Bean is yet to be realized and there is space for many new features. A developer on the xda-developers forum has demonstrated one such feature - multi-user functionality in Android - through a video.

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