Google introduced NFC – Near Field Communications – back in late 2010 when it announced the Nexus S. At that time, the company touted NFC to be the next big thing in the smartphone world and how NFC will replace our wallets going forward. While NFC is indeed useful, its adoption rate has been pretty [...]

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One of the key new features in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the new People app and Phone app. Unlike the previous Contacts app, which was nothing but an utter piece of crap, Google totally redesigned the Contacts app and renamed it to the People app. The People app now aggregates all the status [...]

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Google has just started rolling out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Nexus S and its numerous variants all over the world. The update is being rolled out in stages, and the OTA update can take some time (nearly a month!) to hit your phone. If you cannot wait for that long, [...]

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Since the day Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich code went public, all the developers including TeamDouche, the developers of CyanogenMod ROM, started working day and night on bringing Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs to various handsets. Soon after, Alpha Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs for the Galaxy S2, Galaxy S, HTC Desire, HTC G1 and the Nexus [...]

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