Android News Weekly Update

This is the first edition of Droid-Den's Android News Weekly Update. The idea behind this article is to give readers a quick view at what's been happening in Android news this week and give out short headlines on news items. I intend to release a weekly update on Sundays or

Galaxy Nexus/Nexus Prime Caught on Video and Spec rumours

A video of, allegedly, the next nexus device has leaked along with screen shots of Android 4.0. Check them out at the bottom of the post. The leak also shows that new versions of the Google Music and Google+ apps have been included in ICS. Messenger in Google+ has

Google Docs Update: Optimizes app for tablets

Google finally updated the Google Docs application and is finally optimised for tablets and larger displays. It now consists of 3 panels for easier navigation, sharing documents and finding document information. I don't own a tablet so unfortunately I can't test the new features out but read more to see

Froyo still the most popular but Gingerbread is catching up

Google have just released the latest Android stats and Android 2.2 (Froyo) is still the most popular version of Android out there with 45.3% but Android 2.3.x (Gingerbread) is catching up now with 38.7% of active devices. Previous versions of Android have slumped down to

Samsung filing preliminary injunctions against Apple's iPhone 4S

Samsung Electronics have announced on their official blog that they are filing preliminary injunctions against the new iPhone 4S starting with France and Italy on October 5Th (today). Samsung's new suit relates to 2 patent infringements concerning "wireless telecommunications technology, specifically Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (WCDMA) standards for 3G

Samsung and Google teasing something BIG

Samsung released a teaser video this morning for something big to be announced at their Samsung Mobile Unpacked Google Episode event next week. I wonder what it could be. The video shows how some things are better together with a HUGE reveal at the end. Skip past the break to