Here's a refreshing look at the classic tale, The Three Little Pigs. Filled with new rhymes and characters, this interactive story...
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BBM will soon support Gingerbread devices, clearing the way for the service to build on the 40 million non-BlackBerry devices it's gained in the past two months.
Android's "Gingerbread" is to "Jelly Bean" as Windows XP is to Windows 7. And there's little sign of any fragmentation let-up any time soon.
With close to a 40 percent usage share, Jelly Bean finally ousts Gingerbread to become the top Android release. But where are the dollars?
With a 33 percent usage share, Jelly Bean finally has Gingerbread in its sights, and is poised to overtake the aging Android release at the top spot.
Google changes the way it collects version information about Android, give Jelly Bean a significant usage share boost. However the aging Gingerbread continues to be the most popular version of Android.
Painting by Numbers or in German the so called "Malen nach Zahlen" is a painting App for kids and adults who love Painting by Numbers....
Indian startup PriceBaba aims to make local retailers more relevant in the Internet era by allowing shoppers to search prices in their vicinity. It shares an "overwhelming majority" of Indian Android users are still stuck on Gingerbread.
While the aging Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" operating system continues to be the most popular version, Android 4.1 and 4.2 "Jelly Bean" has received a massive jump in usage share over the past month.
Its nearly Christmas! Get your woolies on and join Windy as she visits Mild & Mellow in the city. Can you help her find the Christmas...
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Google should consider using a bigger stick to force its partners to update Android on existing devices faster. Either that, or use a nice tasty carrot.
While the aging Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" operating system continues to be the most popular version, Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" finally has the 2 percent market share milestone in its sights.
While Android 2.3 'Gingerbread,' remains the most popular version, Android 4.1 'Jelly Bean' is making rapid, albeit overall modest progress.
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The world's cheapest computer is back on track, says the New York Times, which praises version 2 of the Aakash tablet for its solid technology.
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.
It took 15 days from release for iOS 5.1 to get to 61 percent, the same percentage of users as the most popular version of Android 2.3 'Gingerbread'.
The Android Gingerbread-based Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus will be available to buy in the UK from Saturday.The device was announced at the beginning of January ahead of CES 2012 and went on sale first in Russia before being gradually rolled out across Europe.
The range-topping Sony Xperia S is now available to buy on the Three network, leap-frogging Sony's own distribution schedule.The Xperia S, announced first at CES in January, is an Android Gingerbread-based smartphone with a 4.
Sony has introduced the Xperia P and U Android smartphones, betting on integration with PlayStation and other in-house content as it launches Sony Mobile Communications out of the Sony Ericsson joint venture
The Chinese hardware maker plans to launch its first own-branded tablet, the 7-inch Gingerbread-based Light II, in the UK 'soon', as it continues its push to make its name in mobile devices in the country
The Galaxy Extreme is an affordable rugged handset, although it's short on internal storage and the screen and camera are both disappointingly low-resolution. If you want a tough Android smartphone, you should also consider the similarly priced Motorola Defy+.
Motorola has unveiled two Gingerbread Android phones, the MotoLuxe and the Defy Mini, which learn what the most used apps are and put them centre stage on the phone
If your phone contract is about to expire, there's a very good chance that the next phone you get will be an all-singing, all-dancing smartphone. But which operating system should you go for?