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The HTC HD2 Now Runs Jelly Bean, That’s Right, The HTC HD2

The HTC HD2 is officially the phone that just won’t die as the members of XDA Developers have ported Jelly Bean over to the original Windows Mobile handset. That’s right, this phone takes us back to the days of Windows Mobile, even before we knew what Windows Phone was. Given that Android 4.0 has already been seen running on the HD2, Jelly Bean isn’t a huge stretch of the imagination, but it’s … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Update Prepares Device For Ice Cream Sandwich

Look out Galaxy S Blaze 4G fans as Ice Cream Sandwich is finally coming your way, there’s just one maintenance update standing in-between. As of today, July 16th, T-Mobile will be pushing an OTA update to your device sometime between now and August 5th. Including in the list of improvements is: E911 issue over Wi-Fi resolved Echo issue when on Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) … [read full article]

T-Mobile.com Web-Only Sale Selling HTC One S For $24.99 Through July 15th

I don’t generally post T-Mobile.com special offers anymore as they are an almost daily occurrence, but the HTC One S selling for just $24.99, that’s worthwhile mention. Sure, it would be nice if the Galaxy S III was selling for this price, but the HTC One S is arguably the “second-best” Android handset in T-Mobile’s lineup now. I’ll leave it to you guys to decide what … [read full article]

Apple Sent Takedown Letters To Retailers Selling Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Nexus Devices

Oh Apple, receiving a court-ordered ban on the Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Tab 10.1 devices just wasn’t enough? Steady your anger as Apple apparently sent out letters to various third-party retailers requesting that they comply with the court order: “[The injunction] applies not only to the named Samsung entities, but also to anyone ‘acting in concert’ with them. Apple … [read full article]

Two Out Three Phone Buyers Went Smartphone In Past Three Months, Android Reaping Rewards

It’s going to come as almost no surprise at all to learn that Android and Samsung continue to dominate smartphone marketshare in the US thanks to a new Nielsen study. As Android climbs and approaches 52% smartphone marketshare in the US, with almost 54.6% of new smartphone buyers opting to go the Android route in the past three months. Android’s growth isn’t at Apple’s expense however, as 33.4% of smartphone owners are using an Apple device. … [read full article]