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Android 2.3 Gingerbread on Nexus S Photos Revealed

Android 2.3 Gingerbread on Nexus S Photos Revealed

XDA Developers, you've done it again. In a Thanksgiving treat we can all appreciate, here's some anonymously submitted images given over to XDA Developers Forum displaying no less than some screenshots and photos of what mister anonymous tells us is a Nexus S toting Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Specs include an ArmV7 CPU (which could be dual-core), support for Open GL ES, something like 512 or 328MB RAM (not confirmed), 1 or 2GB internal memory (again, not confirmed), 800 x 480 screen resolution, 4" screen with possible SuperAmoled2, and 720p HD video.

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Android data theft exploit to be plugged in Gingerbread [Video]

Android data theft exploit to be plugged in Gingerbread [Video]

Google's Android security team are working on a fix for a browser exploit that can give websites unofficial access to files stored on an Android device's memory card. Set to be addressed in the imminent Android 2.3 Gingerbread release, the exploit was identified by Thomas Cannon who found that, thanks to a combination of automatic file downloads, JavaScript and microSD access policies, by clicking on certain HTML (either in the browser or in an email) users could accidentally give access to private data.

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Andy Rubin to release Android 2.3 Gingerbread on Dec 6?

Andy Rubin to release Android 2.3 Gingerbread on Dec 6?

Speculation is mounting that Google will launch Android 2.3 Gingerbread on December 6, when project mastermind Andy Rubin is expected to take the stage at the "D: Dive Into Mobile" show in San Francisco. The prediction, says IntoMobile, fits in with Google CEO's Eric Schmidt's suggestion that Gingerbread would see a release in the next few weeks; Rubin's appearance will be three weeks from Schmidt's confirmation earlier this month.

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Google CEO Eric Schmidt at Web 2.0 Drops both Nexus S and Android 2.3 Gingerbread

Google CEO Eric Schmidt at Web 2.0 Drops both Nexus S and Android 2.3 Gingerbread

For all of you sitting at your computers (or sitting in the audience) today in the afternoon watching some fellows talking on stage on the way the world is working, you already know that one of those guys, Google CEO Eric Schmidt, whipped out something pretty neat to show off the brand new Android 2.3 Gingerbread system (if only for a few moments). The phone he displayed was none other than the mystical Nexus S, the same one we've been all a jibbles about since last week. Gingerbread held some sensual code-reading paying-for-donuts secrets of its own as well...

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Notion Ink Adam gets blessed, will launch with Android 2.2 Froyo not Gingerbread

Notion Ink Adam gets blessed, will launch with Android 2.2 Froyo not Gingerbread

It's not often you see a new tablet surrounded by flowers and bearing a pair of bananas and a rose, but Notion Ink are leaving nothing to chance with their Adam slate.  Having recently moved offices to Bangalore, they've kicked off with an Indian "Pooja" ceremony, basically a request for blessing from the Gods for future success.  However, since you can't necessarily rely on a deity when it comes to hardware specifications, there are also a few new tidbits about Adam, Android 3.0 Gingerbread and potential upgrade paths.

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Android 3.0 Gingerbread detailed: 720p displays & intentional fragmentation in Q4 [Updated]

Android 3.0 Gingerbread detailed: 720p displays & intentional fragmentation in Q4 [Updated]

New Android 3.0 Gingerbread details have emerged, courtesy of notorious mobile industry insider Eldar Murtazin of mobile-review and his Russian-language Digestive podcast.  According to Murtazin - handily translated by UnwiredView - we can expect Gingerbread in mid-October 2010 with the first handsets preinstalled with the new OS arriving in November/December.  They'll be impressive beasts, too; minimum hardware requirements are apparently a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and a 3.5-inch screen or larger, with up to 1,280 x 760 resolution displays supported on 4-inch or bigger handsets.

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WebM tip Android “Gingerbread” coming in Q4 2010

WebM tip Android “Gingerbread” coming in Q4 2010

WebM isn't just bringing us open streaming video support; thanks to its fastidious FAQ it's also letting us know when the next version of the Android OS is due.  The Android "Gingerbread" release is apparently expected to drop in Q4 2010, bringing with it WebM support; however we don't yet know what release version it will be - both Android 2.3 and Android 3.0 have been suggested - nor what other functionality will be included.

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