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Panasonic KX-PRX120 cordless home phone runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Panasonic KX-PRX120 cordless home phone runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Though some of us have elected to make our smartphones our main phones, many still have a home phone line, and for those users, Panasonic has developed a cordless offering that brings Android to the landline. The KX-PRX120 looks like a slightly dated, thick smartphone, but functions as a standard cordless home phone, providing a touchscreen display and front-facing camera, among other features.

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Google’s Android Ice Cream Sandwich topples 7% adoption rate

Google’s Android Ice Cream Sandwich topples 7% adoption rate

Google's latest official numbers for Android are out, and the number of people running the latest version of Android, version 4.0 also known as Ice Cream Sandwich, is now up to 7.1% of all Android device owners, including both smartphones and tablets. That's up from the previous month when it was sitting at 4.9%, so the number is growing at a nice clip.

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ASUS gets Android Ice Cream Sandwich how-to

ASUS gets Android Ice Cream Sandwich how-to

Consumers who have an ASUS netbook, rejoice. Developers have managed to create the latest version of Android so that ASUS Eee PC customers will be able to run the latest Google operating system on their device. The initiative is not endored by ASUS or Google, but it seems to work pretty well. At least, that's the word on the street from the Android-x86 project.

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Android Ice Cream Sandwich review

Android Ice Cream Sandwich review

Android has come of age. Google's smartphone platform may have already taken the top spot for handset market share, but it arguable did that despite, not because, of the underlying Android user experience. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, however, promises to change all that: a comprehensive refresh bringing both smartphones and tablets under the same umbrella, and demonstrating that Google can deliver software just as cohesive and compelling as Apple can. Laudable goals, but can the search giant deliver? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Google HQ adds Android Ice Cream Sandwich statue [Updated with Video]

Google HQ adds Android Ice Cream Sandwich statue [Updated with Video]

The collection of tasty statues on the front lawn of Google's headquarters now has a new addition to celebrate the upcoming Android Ice Cream Sandwich update. Originally scheduled for this week, the launch event has now been pushed back to October 19. The joint event with Samsung will be held in Hong Kong and will include the unveiling of Google's next-gen hero device, the Nexus Prime.

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Samsung Android Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet discovered in CTIA video

Samsung Android Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet discovered in CTIA video

It appears that there may be "more than meets the eye", if I may quote my transformer friends, in that Samsung video we saw early this morning - not just a "Nexus" phone, but a tablet too. As filmmaker Joe Lancaster sends us a tip on, the clip in the video we saw this morning certainly does include at LEAST the image of a smartphone of some sort with the three pins for inductive charging on the landscape side of the device, while behind the smartphone may well be a secondary device that's slightly more hidden from view. Seem wild enough to be true?

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Android Ice Cream Sandwich Pegged for October by manufacturer

Android Ice Cream Sandwich Pegged for October by manufacturer

It appears that the people behind the long-silent Notion Ink group have come back from the dead to note that they'd not only be adding Ice Cream Sandwich to their Android tablet "Adam", they'd be doing so in November, right after the launch date of the platform which is, they say, late October. Now it's not too much of a stretch to think that the author of this news release, Rohan Shravan, has just been reading Android blogs for the past few weeks and is just guessing that the rumors are true, but there is a point to consider: he's been right before. On the other hand, he's been terribly unreliable before as well.

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