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Gingerbread Most Popular Android Flavor at 56 Percent Market Share

Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) have combined for over 25 percent market share. [Read more]...

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HTC: Jelly Bean Rolling Out to Global One X and One S This Month

Tucked away at the bottom of HTC's announcement of the One X+ is a pleasant piece of news that's sure to make One X and One S owners happy. Android 4.1, alongside HTC's Sense 4+ UI, is set to arrive on the devices at some point this month. As a disclaimer, this likely...

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Windows Phone Is Taking Share From RIM, But It’s Still Nowhere Near Breaking Through The Android/iOS Stronghold: Research

Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, the WPP-owned market research group, today released its latest 12-week smartphone sales figures across the key markets in Europe, the U.S. and elsewhere, and the figures show that Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform is definitely making some progress, and in at least one case, in Italy, overtaking RIM as the fourth-largest smartphone OS in terms of actual sales. But it has a long way to go before getting enough critical mass to challenge the combined dominance of Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS in the smartphone race. 

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Sharp Screens to Bring HD-LCD Pixels to Smartphones

The company has started producing a new range of panels that aim to give smartphone screens the same pixel density of full HD-LCD TV sets. [Read more]...

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CyanogenMod Resurrects OTA Updates for Latest CM10 Nightly Builds

CyanogenMod ROMs give Android users the latest Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean treats to their otherwise-neglected smartphones, and it's mostly open-source except for one piece: the boarded-off ROM Manager. 

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