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Galaxy Nexus site goes live, Android page gets Tron-style Ice Cream Sandwich video

Galaxy Nexus site goes live, Android page gets Tron-style Ice Cream Sandwich video

The Galaxy Nexus site is now live following the Google and Samsung joint announcement of the device along with the unveiling of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The smartphone is the first Google LTE handset to run this next-gen platform and the combo touts a slew of new features nicely recapped on the slick new site. Google also posted a fun new video for Ice Cream Sandwich on its Android site, which we've included after the cut.

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Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich SDK now available

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich SDK now available

Google has just finished unveiling the Galaxy Nexus smartphone and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich at their press event in Hong Kong moments ago and now the SDK for the next-gen platform is available to developers. This new platform brings a refined and unified user experience that will work on smartphones, tablets, and more.

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Ice Cream Sandwich Android Gallery app and Camera app updated

Ice Cream Sandwich Android Gallery app and Camera app updated

You'll now be able to see your photos in Android in several different new ways, organized by tags, by date, by whatever you like essentially. You'll also be able to edit photos inside the gallery using a collection of "hipster" filters, resize, chop, and rotate. Ice Cream Sandwich offers panoramic photos, is able to work with 1080p, and will be able to take photos while taking video. The camera app has been updated to make your camera experience the best on the mobile market.

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Google details Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich UI

Google details Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich UI

We are live at Google and Samsung's major Android Ice Cream Sandwich and Galaxy Nexus unveiling event in Hong Kong. In revamping this next-gen Android operating system into the ultimate uniting platform Google really rethought the image of Android and summarized it as three principles based on what people want Android to do: "Enchant me, Simplify My Life, and Make Me Awesome."

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Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich core apps detailed

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich core apps detailed

You'll be running around easily through the web with many new features added to the newest version of Google's built-in browser for Android. This browser allows you to use tabs, tabs that sit in groups, and vertical collections of links for easy navigation. You'll be able to swipe through saved sites, get rid of them easily, and see your most viewed sites without effort. Full touch-screen interaction allows you to easily move through large images, and the entire system has a new aesthetic for a hands-off look.

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Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich final build detailed

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich final build detailed

This week Google revealed the final details surrounding Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, its newest and most advanced mobile operating system. This update to a whole new dessert is what Google calls "an entirely new look and feel to Android" and from what we've seen thus far, it certainly is. Ice Cream Sandwich is made to improve multi-tasking, has Wi-fi hotspot and NFC support, new notifications, and a "full web browsing experience," all of it coming first on what Samsung calls the Galaxy Nexus, the next in a line of hero phones made in direct collaboration with Google to provide a perfectly clean version of their new software in what they see as an ideal package.

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Android Jelly Bean to follow Ice Cream Sandwich

Android Jelly Bean to follow Ice Cream Sandwich

In what can only be described as totally making alphabetical sense, J for Jelly Bean will follow I for Ice Cream in Google's mobile operating system line we're hearing today. This information comes from a tip given to ThisIsMyNext's Chris Ziegler and without a doubt is one of the most sparse tips we've published all week, this right next to the Nexus Prime (or whatever you want to call it by the time it's released) carrying what we expect will be Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. What Jelly Bean will hold for Android will likely be improvements over the Ice Cream Sandwich platform which is set to unite the two factions of Android, that being tablet and smartphone, in the coming months. Android Jelly Bean, coming up next!

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Android for Work: what is it?

Android for Work: what is it?

Today Google revealed their newest Android-based initiative: Android for Work. This system brings several work-related technology to the Android software universe for businesses of all kinds. Four key technology components are included: Google Play at Work, the Android for Work app, Work profiles, and built-in productivity tools of all kinds. This system is launching with a large collection of industrial technology partners that have Google scoring big with potential for business-related engagement through Android - this includes smartphones, tablets, and everything in-between.

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Pebble updates with Android Wear, Google Fit

Pebble updates with Android Wear, Google Fit

This week Pebble is taking on Google's wearable universe by updating with PlexFit and Android Wear notifications. To gain access to Google Fit - a Google-made and Google-handled fitness system for Android devices - Pebble now works with the PlexFit app. To take on Android Wear, Pebble's latest update integrates Android Wear notifications right at the source. This Android Wear system has been in Beta for several weeks and is now being released to the public in the latest Pebble Android app update.

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