Google Cancels Android 4.2 Debut Event, LG Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 Will Have to Wait; Hurricane Sandy to Blame!

Every Android fan out there and not only waited for today’s big Google event, being curious about Android 4.2 and the other goodies that the search engine giant had prepared. LG Nexus 4 and the Samsung Nexus 10 tablet were leaked quite a bit lately, making this a very interesting happening, but apparently it’s all been delayed now. Google... 

Android Has Become the Coolest Thing in Mobile/Telecom, Surpasses iOS in Hotness

A recent study performed on 9,000 consumers by BIGinsight showed that Android is now the cool thing in the world of mobile and iOS is not, or at least not anymore. The study was a Hot or Not one, with 53% voting that Android is cooler, while iOS is pretty close behind with 51.4%. The public that voted for Android is 18 years of age or more and if you... 

Razer Project Fiona Gaming Tablet Appears in New FCC Filing

There are few gaming tablets out there, but the segment is definitely evolving. One of the first models that gained some attention early this year was the Razer Project Fiona, a gaming device with big diagonal, that has just reached the FCC for testing purposes. The document say that this Windows-based slate gives up the side mounted controllers for... 

Nexus 10 Tablet, LG Nexus 4 and 3G + 32 GB Nexus 7 Ready for Big Debut, With Android 4.2 on October 29th

We don’t usually cover devices here at Androidpipe.com, but when they’re hot products for developers and the first in line for updates, meaning Nexus devices, we do report about them. In about a week Google will open its gates for a big event, concerning Android 4.2 most likely and a bunch of new Nexus devices, if rumors are to be believed. We... 

New Android 4.2 Features Leak Out: Gallery Update, Multi User Account and Parental Control

I would like to remind you that on October 29th, Google has a special event scheduled, one that may unveil the LG Nexus 4 and Android 4.2, plus some other Nexus devices. Now fresh details about the upcoming Android release have leaked out and they sound very interesting. In a previous leak we found out about a new notification system with an extra pull... 

First In Depth Analysis of The MOGA Android Controller Appears

On October 21st Power A will launch the MOGA Android controller for videogames, one that we’ve covered before. This time the device gets analyzed by people in the gaming biz and gets a rundown of its features and qualities. The Android controller comes with Power A’s promise that developers will get tools that allow them to integrate support... 

Decisive Pictures Showing the New LG Nexus Device Surface

After so many manufacturer revealed their ultimate smartphones for this year, it’s time for Google to make the device move and launch the new Nexus device. As it was the case with the other devices, Google plans new smartphone releases each end of the year. We are used to Samsung offering the hardware for Google to release the Nexus smartphone... 

Moga Android Controller Gets Support from Bigshots like Amazon and Best Buy

Remember the story on the Moga Android joystick we had here? Well, turns out that this accessory is actually so promising, that it already has a few big names behind it. Among them we find Amazon.com, BestBuy.com and Walmart.com, as well as Toys ‘R ‘Us. The latter will even provide a demo location for the product. You will also find the... 

ROM Developers Get Busy. Source Code for the Galaxy Note II Released by Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is one of the best devices to own for this year and is likely to remain so for a long time. Featuring a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD display, in a similar design to that of the Galaxy S III, the new Samsung Note smartphone runs Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean and is powered by a quad-core configuration with 2GB of RAM. Running Android... 

Google and LG Preparing Nexus Phone For Late October Unveiling

Although we usually don’t write about Android phones, this new Nexus handset will be a tool for developers, not only a high end smartphone, so it’s worth our time. It appears that CNET got confirmation from sources that the new Google Phone will be a modified version of the Optimus G. It also appears that other phone makers could launch... 

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