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HP TouchPad Gets Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

If you own an HP TouchPad, you may be pleased to find out that the device has been hacked to run Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). It's currently available in a very early preview of a CyanogenMod 10 build.

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Even Bigger Galaxy Note Set to Launch August 29

Samsung's updated Galaxy Note is on the way, with Samsung confirming that its Galaxy Note 2 is scheduled to be the star of its showing at this year's IFA trade show. More »...

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Android 4.1 'Jelly Bean' Hits 0.8 Percent Market Share

While Android 2.3 'Gingerbread,' first released December 2010, continues to be the most popular version, Android 4.1 'Jelly Bean' has made rapid, albeit overall modest, progress.

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IDC: Apple’s iPad Grew Q2 Tablet Share To 68% As It Braces for Windows 8, Amazon And Nexus Competition

After Amazon launched its $199 Kindle Fire tablet last autumn, a lot of observers thought it could prove to be the competition to Apple’s iPad that other Android tablets had so far failed to deliver. Some numbers out from IDC today, however, show that as Amazon continues to sell the device in the U.S. alone, that has failed to become the case, as Apple continues to increase its worldwide market share against competitors. 

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Ice Cream Sandwich Now on 15 Percent of Android Phones

Google continues to see solid growth in uptake of Ice Cream Sandwich, but Android 4.0 is still a long way off trouncing Android 2.3 Gingerbread. [Read more]...

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