Motorola Mobility has launched the Motorola RAZR i smartphone which has a 2GHz Intel Atom as its media processor, writes Richard Wilson.
A stick often used to beat Android is the fragmentation of the OS across various devices. And in particular, the slowness with which new platform updates emerge across the market.
Thanks to our technology editor, Steve Bush, for flagging these – I haven’t actually seen Android-on-a-stick devices before, but it seems they are quite a plenty…
TechRadar is reporting that a new flagship Walkman, the F800, runs on Android 4.0..
Credit where credit is due – Samsung has taken the decision to open source its version of the Android 4.0 operating system, the code it runs inside Galaxy S3 smartphones, reports The Inquirer.
Google is bringing its Chrome browser to Android (yes, it will be in beta)
The Inquirer is highlighting the committed work of one Android fan – Flickr user 9davidandreas has overhauled the look of his Windows 7 machine to match the mobile OS (Ice Cream Sandwich flavour). See his ICS Desktop above.
Inside Secure’s latest version of its open-source NFC protocol stack for the Google Android 4.0 release, aka Ice Cream Sandwich, writes Richard Wilson.