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.
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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'.
Google's Nexus One used to be the poster child of the Android world, back in the days of Éclair and FroYo. But with the arrival of the Nexus S, and with it the Gingerbread release of Android 2.
For those of you trying to update the Nexus One to Gingerbread, beware. Apparently the update isn't too friendly to Google Voice.
Google has begun rolling out the latest version of its Android operating system, dubbed 'Gingerbread', to customers using Nexus One and Nexus S smartphones.The Nexus handsets are the so-called Google-phones, launched as they are by the software company rather than their manufacturers — HTC for last year's Nexus One, Samsung for the new Nexus S.
The update to Android 2.3 will be arriving for the Nexus One in "the coming weeks" bringing with it a host of new features for the original Nexus device
Good news for HTC Nexus One owners. A Gingerbread treat is definitely on the way for you...soon.
The Open Handset Alliance has announced via Twitter that Gingerbread will indeed be Android version 2.3, and that the updated OS will be headed to the Nexus One soon.
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