In the light of the recent security problems that Android devices have been facing, Google has promised that users of Nexus devices will be getting monthly updates to their devices to fix any issues with security and so far they have kept their word.
Continue reading “Google Nexus devices receive OTA security updates for November”
Microsoft has stated that they will be taking full control over the firmware updates on devices running Windows 10 including PCs, tablets and smartphones. This will be done in order to avoid fragmentation in the OS ecosystem.
Continue reading “Microsoft says that they will take control over Windows 10 firmware updates”
The guys on the CyanogenMod team look to be working hard as they have released the M2 version which is for the second month. CyanogenMod has announced that they will be releasing stable version of CM10 every month. The updates have already started rolling for devices like Galaxy Nexus, galaxy S3 and S2.
Continue reading “CyanogenMod 10 M2 builds out now”
Bearing in mind as how Samsung just proclaimed its preliminary round of ICS updates, it veritably should not come as a revelation that neither the Galaxy S nor the Galaxy Tab made the ICS cut, adding to the extensive record of Android devices that will not legitimately be modernized to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Continue reading “Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab won’t get ICS – Samsung’s Korean Blog explains WHY?”
Microsoft has pushed the latest update (7.0.7392.0) for Windows phone 7 users. This update includes the fix for 9 untrusted third-party digital certificates issued by Comodo, that issues SSL certificates. Continue reading “Windows Phone 7 receives minor update that fixes fraudulent Digital Certificates”
We have updated latest mobile prices of all phones on the site for January 2008 . The reason for the delay was due to a few price drops which happened in the new year. Continue reading “Latest Mobile Prices updated for January 2008”