It’s been a busy week for Android enthusiasts. After a scare from Google and Verizon, we can rest better this weekend knowing that our Galaxy Nexus devices will continue to be supported by Google. We had updates leak for the DROID RAZR and even got pricing confirmation for the upcoming DROID 4. Here are the highlights:
- Google scared us all by making us think they no longer supported Verizon’s G-Nex.
- Then Google quickly quieted down the scare by issuing a statement. Crisis Averted.
- DROID RAZR MAXX Review – Verizon.
- New DROID RAZR update pulled and made available for flashing.
- How to: Install all carrier-blocked apps from the Android Market.
- Verizon tops Customer Care according to J.D. Power and Associates.
- DROID 4 price confirmed for $199 on contract, $549 at full retail.
- Windows Phone 7.5 – How does it compare to Android? [Opinion]
- Your running out of time to upgrade your XOOM 3G to 4G LTE.
- Samsung: Galaxy SIII will be unveiled closer to commercial availability, not happening at MWC.
- HTC Ville caught on video running Ice Cream Sandwich, Sense 4.0 and looking ultra-slim.
- Tip: Want to keep root after an OTA update? Try Voodoo OTA RootKeeper
Have a wonderful and safe weekend!