Tuesday July 03 04:54 am
Android Jelly Bean Recap; Google Nexus 7; Galaxy Nexus banned; BlackBerry 10 delayed and more!
Say your internet was down last week and you couldn't catch any of the news from PhoneDog.com. If that was the case, then it's The Dog Pound to the rescue! This is the show where Sydney recaps all of the latest news from the past week. Google owned the headlines with its announcement of Android 4.1, the Nexus 7, the Nexus Q, and Project Glasses. Android 4.1, known as Jelly Bean, isn't a huge update, but it brings some nice new features like Google Now and interactive notifications. Project Butter by Google aims to create a smoother and faster UI experience. When will your phone get the Android 4.1 update? Watch the video to find out.
Not wanting to be outdone, Apple dropped some bombshells of itself. It won a preliminary injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, banning it from the U.S. Samsung has since appealed the decision, but we'll have to wait and see what comes of that case when it goes to trial. All of this and more is what you'll learn about in this week's episode of The Dog Pound.
Nexus 7 makes its debut, features a 1280x800 display and Tegra 3 processor
Google Nexus 7 Review
Google Nexus 7 Hands-On
Google Nexus 7 Unboxing
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean officially introduced at Google I/O
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Walkthrough
HTC and Samsung issue statements on Android 4.1 updates
Apple wins preliminary injunction against Samsung Galaxy Nexus [UPDATED]
Samsung files an appeal of Galaxy Nexus injunction
T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note now rumored to be launching in early August
HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE hitting Verizon on July 5 for $149.99
RIM announces Q1 2013 figures, says first BlackBerry 10 smartphones now due in 2013