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Samsung’s Jelly Bean Update Hitting European Galaxy S II Phones

Those of you who defiantly stuck with a Galaxy S II amid amazing pressure to upgrade are about to have your moment in the sun, thanks to Samsung pushing out its Android 4.1 update in Europe. It hit Spain yesterday, so could pop up on unlocked phones in the UK any time now. Keep checking for system updates. Make that your full-time job. [Sam Mobile] Read More >>

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Google Opens Google Now Features to Those on Jelly Bean Mobiles

If you're one of the lucky people to have had your phone updated to Google's "Jelly Bean" version of the code, there's even more fun to be had now. The company's added the latest Google Now code to its standard search options. Read More >>

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Galaxy S III Android 4.1 Update Arriving Next Week, Leaked Version Out Now

Samsung's latest and greatest smartphone ought to receive its update to Google's newest version of its mobile OS from next week, with sources claiming Samsung has the "Jelly Bean" code for the S III ready to roll after an event it has scheduled for next week. Read More >>

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Adobe Pulling Android Flash Support, No Chance of Flash In Jelly Bean

As well as abandoning its Android Flash Player, Adobe's now announced plans to actively shut it down and stop it working on uncertified phones and tablets. And as Adobe's no longer developing Flash or certifying devices, that means no more Flash for any new Android devices from now on. Read More >>

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Google’s Jelly Bean Ready for Download Right Now

Right after announcing its latest version of Android at its developer conference last night, Google has now dumped a version of the OS online for a select few users to download and install. But it's for Galaxy Nexus owners only at the moment. Read More >>

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Android Jelly Bean: All the New Features

The new version of Google's Android operating system is called Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It comes loaded with new features, including faster interface performance, a cleaner home screen and, what could be its killer app: Google Now. Read More >>

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Google’s Tablet is the Nexus 7, a Cheap, Quad-Core Attempt to Sell Android to the Masses

Here's our first look at the Asus-made tablet Google's set to announce this week, which will arrive next month under the name Nexus 7. It's a 7" tablet powered by a quad-core Tegra 3 chipset, which we sort of already knew. Read More >>