Earlier today, Samsung announced that Galaxy S II owners in South Korea, Poland and some other regions of the world will get to taste the official Ice Cream Sandwich update on their handset. Since then, the official firmware (XXLPQ) has been pulled from Samsung’s server by the folks over at Samsung-Updates.com for Galaxy S II [...]

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Moments ago, SamFirmware leaked a new Ice Cream Sandwich based firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S II (I9100). The new firmware carries a build date of 14th February, which is pretty old. The last leak, XXLPH, had a build date of 9th Feburary. So yeah, don’t expect magical improvements in this leaked firmware. I am [...]

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While there are tons of custom ROMs for Android, MIUI is probably the most unique and polished one. Some people may find MIUI to be too iPhone like, but the custom ROM takes a refreshingly different approach towards UI unlike thousands of other custom ROMs available for Android. Every app, menu, settings in MIUI ROM [...]

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So Apple has just announced the ‘new iPad’, which packs some jaw-dropping specs. The hardware specs of the ‘new iPad’ single-handedly proof why it is dominating the tablet market. No Android tablet on the market currently even comes close to the hardware, rest aside the software experience which the iPad offers. On the apps and [...]

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One reason why the quality of apps on the Android Market sucks is because of the poor Android SDK and the development guidelines given by Google. For a beginner, the basic guides from Google are simply way too complex to comprehend anything. Nevertheless, developers who are dedicated to their app and its users, will definitely [...]

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Last night, in a surprising move, Google rebranded the Android Market to Google Play Market. The ‘Play’ brand from Google does not only include the Android Market, but all other digital media services from Google including Google Music, Movies and Google Books. With Google Play, the search engine giant is trying to consolidate all its [...]

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A few days ago, Google updated the YouTube app to fix some bugs and most importantly, add support for HD video playback on phones with 720p resolution screen like the Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy Note. For Android handsets with WVGA screen resolution, the YouTube app shows an option to playback videos in ‘HQ’, since [...]

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Mozilla is primarily known as the maker of the popular third-party browser for Windows, Mac and Linux, Firefox. However, the company has been diversifying itself, and has been working on many open source projects as well. Mozilla’s Boot to Gecko (B2G) is one of them, and it aims to build a completely functional and standalone [...]

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Google announced Ice Cream Sandwich back in October last month, and pushed the latest version of Android to AOSP in December. Within weeks of releasing the code to the public, all major Android manufacturers announced that they will be updating their 2011 flagship model to the latest version of Android by end of Q1 in [...]

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When Apple announced the iPad 2, it announced a ‘smart’ accessory with it – the Smart Cover. While the Smart cover does a somewhat decent job of protecting your precious iPad 2’s screen from scratches, it has some special features and uses, which makes it different from other iPad covers. The ability of the Smart Cover [...]

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