Hans Hilfiker, an engineer, designed a clock face for the Swiss Federal Railways in 1955 that quickly became an internationally recognized symbol for his native country. Apple, with Wednesday’s release of iOS 6, used Hilfiker’s design as the icon for the clock application in the iPad. According to the Swiss site Blick.ch, the SBB (Schweizerische Bundesbahnen; aka Swiss Federal Railways) is “angry” . . . → Read More: Apple is in trouble for copying Switzerland’s famous railway clock
Motorola’s Feedback Network has begun to send out friendly invites to members of their community. The invites are for owners of the Motorola XOOM WiFi that recently received the official Jelly Bean update. Since it hasn’t been too long since that update rolled out to owners, we are assuming that this is just a minor update and it is to fix any possible bugs that went out with Jelly Bean. Hi, Thanks for joining the Motorola Feedback Network. . . . → Read More: Motorola Sending Invites Out for Possible XOOM WiFi Jelly Bean Fixer Update
If you’re a Motorola Droid 4 owner, there might be some good news for you in the form of an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Reports are coming in that Motorola is currently sending out requests to Droid 4 owners on the Motorola Feedback Network to participate in the testing of a new software release. Although the notice doesn’t say anything about the update being ICS, there’s still a chance that 4.0 will soon be available to the Droid 4 . . . → Read More: Motorola Droid 4 OTA update on the way. Is it Ice Cream Sandwich?
You all know what a soak test means right? It means that Motorola is going to start testing an update to a device with select individuals that partake in the Motorola Feedback Network . . . → Read More: Jelly Bean soak test confirmed for Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi Edition
Following the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Samsung Nexus S smartphones that have already received their Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update – well, at least some versions – the third device that’s going to officially run the latest Android OS will soon get it, not counting the Nexus 7 that ships with Jelly Bean on board. Naturally, it’s the Xoom Wi-Fi tablet, and it looks like Motorola has already confirmed that U.S . . . → Read More: Motorola Xoom Jelly Bean update confirmed, release date still unavailable
One of the great things about the Android development community is that they never seem to fully forget about a device. Carriers might outdate the device within a few months (Such as the Droid X2/Droid 3), but the Android community will always have your back. The Droid 2/R2D2 is already almost 2 years old. . . . → Read More: New Root Method found for Droid 2 and Droid R2D2
The fella’s over at XDA had a great realization. With the influential software release of Jelly Bean, why not come out with a new recovery system to tag along? There answer, ClockworkMod Recovery 18.104.22.168 Alpha. . . . → Read More: ClockworkMod Recovery 22.214.171.124 released for Galaxy R and Galaxy Nexus
Just yesterday we reported what could be the final ICS build for the Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX has leaked and that a pending official update could just be around the corner. Well, today that corner just got even closer . . . → Read More: ICS for Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX Now Even Closer