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Android Ice-cream


We’ve not really been keeping you guy’s up to date with the latest developments from Zopo but that’s about to change (test unit is on …

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As we mentioned yesterday, Ainol have launched a range topping $199 Android Ice-cream Sandwich tablet complete with high resolution screen and 3G, but the Ainol …

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Zenithink, the originators of the Chinese Android tablet have released Android 4.0 firmware updates for their Zenithink ZT180 ePad Android tablet!

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If your quite new the Android mobile OS you might be a little overwhelmed by the sheer number of Android versions there are! Which version …

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We’ve had to wait a little longer than we had initially hoped, but Ainol have finally released the Android 4.0 Ice-cream Sandwich firmware update for …

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We’ve had to wait a little longer than we had initially hoped, but Ainol have finally released the Android 4.0 Ice-cream Sandwich firmware update for …

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The Ainol Novo 7 range of Android tablet are being marketed as the worlds first and worlds cheapest Android 4.0 tablets available, however the company …

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A few weeks ago we were sent news of the Ainol Novo 7, the cheapest (as of the time) Android 4.0, Ice-cream Sandwich tablet available …

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Rockchip are one of the leading makers of CPU’s in China, with almost all of their chips making there way in to Android tablets of …

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We thought we had seen the cheapest an Android tablet could get when the Ainol Novo 7 reared it’s 7-inch screen running Ice-cream Sandwich, but …

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Google’s Ice-cream Sandwich OS has been spotted on tons of Chinese Android gadgets this past month, and now it has been seen running on the …

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If the thought of getting your hands on Asus’s Transformer Prime Android tablet, doesn’t get your inner Transformer geek going, what about a HTC Cybertron …

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The Meizu MX is, apparently, going to be the world’s first Android smart-phone sporting a quad-core CPU! What’s more it will have Android Ice-cream sandwich, …

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Google are saying that one of the reasons they are planning to cling on to the Honeycomb source code for the time being is because …

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