Google Released The Code Source GPL 3.2 Android Honeycomb

A week ago we announced the imminent presentation of 3.2 Android Honeycomb, initially available for the Motorola Xoom, which some users with WiFi version are already receiving update via OTA in the United States. Looking back, this new update will bring improvements of the interface, for adapt to other tablet screens with format different than the 10.1 inch, as well as make better use of the tablets with Qualcomm microprocessors. Will also implement the Zoom screen for applications typically for mobile, so thus they can stretch to the version of tablet, in the purest style of iOS for iPad.

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Samsung Do Not Bring Ice Cream Sandwich Until Well into 2012

After the official presentation of Ice Cream Sandwich we were surprised, and lot, which has precisely been the own Google who has been left out to your Nexus One, but little will import more expert users who seek an alternative arrival exit from the developer community. For newbies in the field it only will have hoped that this measure of pressure serves to seek a solution from Google to update it, that also meets all and clean that stain of lack of consideration. Read more

Google Has Officially Ice Cream Sandwich to Feed to The New Galaxy Nexus (Updated with Video)

In the early hours of today, from Hong Kong, has been finally made the presentation of the new Galaxy Nexus and nothing better to nourish the bowels of this terminal with the long-awaited new version of Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich, It will be the relief expected for Gingerbread and Honeycomb. During the presentation he did a full tour of the changes of the official applications from their services for mobile, in addition to the news, which we will review you then. Read more

Might as Well Be Ice Cream Sandwich, Video

It will be 2 months we publish a possible stolen pictures on Ice Cream Sandwich, What will be the next version of Android for mobile phones and tablets. A number put us much that the version of the operating system was not, but this could have some logic taking into account that it would be a beta version. As Eric Schmidt already confirmed recently, ICS will be released in October or November, so it is more than logical that we are beginning to receive more rumors count on your specifications or the next terminal of the factory of Google. Read more

Google Optimize Android That Is Adapted to Intel Processors

Our colleagues from Engadget already advanced us yesterday the news about upcoming plans between Intel and Google to get to your next processors stop run Gingerbread through his bowels, with a date estimated for the beginning of 2012. Perhaps these plans are somewhat outdated considering that Google has already confirmed the presentation of Ice Cream Sandwich will be between October and November, 2011.

This news, along with purchase of Motorola Mobile marks a new direction for the Android platform, but above all with the Google plans in relation to the business of mobile, career that probably will be studied by putting a Intel at its point of sight and mutual interests. Read more

Richard Stallman Is Concerned by The Low Opening of Android

If there is someone who always must be taken into account when debates about free software, closed, proprietary and private that is Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and maximum example of the struggle for a free software and giving freedom to the user to choose and use products available. In an interview to The Guardian has confessed to having fear of what you can do with Android Google.

And is that the issue is not so shallow as it seems, because in legal terms, It is very free and at the same time not, It contains two licenses. The license of the kernel is GPLv2, that allows a good opening and forced to leave open kernel code if you want to redistribute or are modifications, so that if someone distributes Android kernel need to be released, and this is because kernel is based on Linux and should be open by having the license. Read more

Image of The Week: Android with Sweet Taste

Google It is following an alphabetical and timely update cycle with Android. We are currently in the final stage of Gingerbread Mobile and Honeycomb for tablets. A few days ago we announced as Eric Schmidt had ratified that Ice Cream Sandwich would present it in October or November. Even the news not has cooled when yesterday we learned that the next version is already in the kitchens of their developers, under the code name of Jelly Bean, respecting that sugary and alphabetical order of all versions of Android. Read more

The First Images of HTC Are Filtered Sense 3.5

HTC Sense 3.0 takes only a few months on the market. The lucky ones are a few, very selected devices such as the HTC Sensation and HTC Flyer. Despite such a short time was in the Taiwanese company they are already developing a new version of its famous interface for mobile phones and tablets.

The Chinese XDA site (which not XDA Developers) has released the first screenshots of HTC Sense 3.5 A version which, as you can see in the pictures introduces few changes. To wit: they have introduced a series of widgets on the side of the screen, some widgets have changed their appearance and have been polished a little icons and screen unlocking ring. Read more

Ice Cream Sandwich, Was Seen The Next Version of Android

During the past Google I/O told us that the next version of Android for mobile and tablet, Ice Cream Sandwich, would come with the new Nexus for end of the year. A few days ago jumped the Rumor This date was going to ahead of October, so get ahead of the presentation of the future iPhone 5 Apple and win expectancy. The rumors are that, so we cannot confirm that this will be so, but this time what if we are going to show some photos ‘ steal & #8217; of what will be Ice Cream Sandwich. Read more

Is Android Not as Open as You Thought

If a positive point is Android It’s usually Open, Since being licensed Apache 2.0 y GNU GPL 2 We can access its contents, but the philosophy of open source is not only to see the program, modify it to taste, redistribute it and send your proposals for development to be taken into account.

In a recent study of Vision Mobile has been compared the degree of freedom of Android with the of other free software projects like Linux, Symbian (before it closed), MeeGo and Eclipse, among others, and Android comes out as well as you might think in an open source project. Read more

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