Despite Motorola's Android 4.0 rollout schedule, not every one of the manufacturer's devices are ready for dessert -- some, the outfit says, will be put on a diet. "Obviously we want the new release to improve our devices," the company said in a recent blog post, "If we determine that can't be done, well, then we're not able to upgrade that particular device." Handsets that are bogged down by Ice Cream Sandwich simply won't get an update. Even so, Motorola affirms that it's working closely with Google to keep its hardware up to date.
05-20-2012 08:52 PM
people will just update it themselves.on the xoom ics is better than hc was.
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Free bloomin onion at Outback today only. Just mention Ryan Newman's name.
So I'm seeing a lot of great pictures of the recent eclipse from the TX area. Just none of 'em are posted here by members from TX. why is that.
Was still in bed when it happened, just looked at other peoples pictures.
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Verizon Wireless on Tuesday is launching a new Android app that aims to make it even easier for customers to find video from their mobile device.
Dubbed Viewdini, the app allows users to search for a particular title, actor or keyword across a variety of video services, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Comcast Xfinity and mSpot.
“We are just seeing a hunger for people wanting to watch video,” Verizon Wireless CEO Dan Mead said in an interview. Viewdini isn’t a video service in its own right, but rather a portal of content found on others’ services. Still, Mead called Viewdini one of the carrier’s key product launches for the year.
“I think this will capture the audience’s imagination,” Mead said.
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Kicked out the lead guitar/singer. He unpacked some unnecessary ego and it all got packed up and moved out. Sunday trying out a new one. This is the rock cover band. Tomorrow night the wife tries out, singing, in the C&W band I play in. It better be good cause she's missing out on AI's wrap up.
Do you like your cars smart? Are you itching to drive something a bit more K.I.T.T. than KIA? Well, this summer the glory of your Hasselhoff-soaked, '80s dreams will become reality, thanks to the folks at Nuance. Utilizing the same natural-language voice software currently employed across select mobile phones and TV sets, the outfit's hatched a new platform, dubbed Dragon Drive!, specifically for connected autos. The hands-free tech will support six languages at launch, with more to come throughout the year, giving drivers the ability to dictate texts and emails, as well as manage multimedia and navigation without ever lifting a finger from the wheel. So far, the company hasn't outed any initial partners for the voice recognition service. But if you're in the market for a high-end vehicle and your very own virtual Synergy, rest assured, your needs are going to be met.