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Will Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean?

Android 4.0 was released last year and most Samsung devices including the famous tablets that gave Apple run for their money and the scared company rushed to the court has not received Android 4.0 yet.

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Ice Cream Sandwich Now on One in 10 Android Devices

Google has seen a sharp rise in uptake of its Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS --- it's now on around 10 percent of Android devices --- the highest it has been since its debut. [Read more]...

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Mozilla's Browser OS Gets Partners and a Name: Firefox OS

The browser-based smartphone operating system, formerly called Boot to Gecko, has won over two hardware makers and six carriers. [Read more]...

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Apple's iOS Grabs 65 Percent of Market

iOS continues to gain ground as the top mobile operating system, leaving Android with less than 20 percent, notes Net Applications. 

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Nokia: We Have a Windows Phone 'Contingency Plan'

Chairman Risto Siilasmaa hints during a live Finnish television talk show that the ailing phone giant has a backup plan should the forthcoming Windows Phone 8 software fail to live up to expectations. 

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