Instagram has finally brought video recording and sharing to Android 4.0 with their update last night to 4.1.2 on Google Play. Another new feature is the presence of ads in users' feeds.
Hands-on with the Microsoft Surface Book and Surface Pro 4
Review: Tesoro Excalibur Spectrum, a colorful Mechanical keyboard
Hands-on: Lumia 950, 950 XL, 550 and the Continuum Dock
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Here's the recap for Microsoft's Windows 10 Devices event in NYC
Editorial: Surface Pro 4 excites but leaves room for improvement
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India's president, Pranab Mukherjee, has unveiled the country's Aakash-2 tablet. A successor to the original Aakash, the new model brings Android 4.0 to the table and is aimed at students especially.
After updating the Xperia S and Xperia Ion with ICS earlier, Sony decided this would be a good time to bring all that ice creamy goodness to other devices. It's the Xperia U, Go and Sola's turn now.
HTC has explained its reasoning for why the Desire HD smartphone won't be receiving Ice Cream Sandwich in the future. We suggest how you can extend the life of your Desire HD beyond HTC's plans.
It's a new flagship device from LG, it runs Android 4.0, it has a Tegra 3 chipset and a 4.7-inch IPS display, but can it offer a feature that's better than a smartphone already available?
This week we have chosen Neowin member Ambroos for a very complete and thorough review of the Sony Xperia S that was only just recently updated with the ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich) Android update.
Samsung has been very successful in the Android space the last few years, so is the Galaxy S III going to continue their strong tradition? I go hands-on with the international version of the device
After the Xperia S released running Android 2.3, Sony promised the device would be updated to 4.0 in the future. They've kept their word, releasing the phone's update.
Despite promising to upgrade the Xperia PLAY to Ice Cream Sandwich, Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation gaming phone now won't get the update, due to performance and reliability issues.
Neowin takes a look at Phoenix Launcher for Android, seeing just how authentic the Ice Cream Sandwich design is on non-ICS devices.
I'm sick of how many devices are getting launched with sub-par manufacturer skins applied over the top of Android. Device makers: I want more devices running "vanilla" versions of Android.
As the latest report claims that Samsung's Galaxy S III will have a ceramic back and 4.8" display, we take a look at what we can expect from the mighty new Android, and when it's expected to arrive.
The Motorola Xoom may not have been a huge success in the marketplace, but owners of the Android tablet can expect to receive the latest version of the OS, Ice Cream Sandwich, right now.
We were able to get some hands-on time with the Asus Transformer Prime and were able to play with the most recent version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich. We also played a networked FPS game.
In a surprising move, just before CES 2012 Lenovo has announced a new TV known as the K91 Smart TV that is to be powered by a Qualcomm dual-core processor and Android 4.0
The developers from the CyanogenMod project have shared a pre-release version of their launcher for Android devices running Ice Cream Sandwich.
I really, really like Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" as you would have read in my review. However, there are some annoying things about the operating system I found after using it for two weeks.
Everyone expects Apple's next iPad to sport a high-resolution Retina Display - but it looks like Samsung will get there first, with a new Android 4.0 tablet sporting a spectacular 2560x1600px display.
A new image has emerged claiming to reveal another HTC flagship handset, packing a savage 2.5GHz quad-core processor, 4.5" HD display and 32GB of storage, in a slim, chiselled aluminium unibody.
Further information has surfaced on the HTC handset revealed yesterday, packing a 1.5GHz quad-core CPU. HTC is clearly taking aim at Samsung's Galaxy Nexus, but will these new specs give it the Edge?
Ice Cream Sandwich looks like a future mobile OS that I want to be a part of. The only problem is the future, no matter how good or visually stunning it looks, is often too far out of reach.
Today has been a busy day for Android, with the unveiling of both Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" and the Galaxy Nexus. If you're just waking up, or have missed some of today's info, read on.
Google almost managed to keep the Galaxy Nexus secret, but it appears Samsung let the cat out of the bag by publishing a picture of the device on their website.