Toshiba Excite 10SE / AT300SE gets caught visiting the FCC, may tout Jelly Bean

If you’re Toshiba, what do you do when you’re looking to goose interest in the Excite 10 tablet? Roll out a quick follow up, of course. Accordingly, the FCC has just recently cleared a refreshed tablet, the AT300SE, that the Bluetooth SIG suggests wi…


HTC DLX specs purportedly slip, stuff Snapdragon S4 Pro and 12MP camera into a 5-inch frame

Talk of HTC’s rumored, giant DLX has veered between the plausible and not-so-plausible. We might just toss the newest tip into that former category. Football4PDA, who’s developing a reputation for uncanny accuracy in leaks, has posted what’s claimed …


CyanogenMod tops up CM10 Jelly Bean jar with SMS pop-up, quick reply features

On top of bringing Android flavors to devices that would otherwise never get them, CyanogenMod has added SMS options to its latest CM10 Jelly Bean ROM — features the stock version lacks. First, the team introduced QuickMessage, which displays a pop-…


S Cloud spotted on Galaxy Note II, reveals Dropbox integration (video)

We’re still recovering from the onslaught of goodies shown off at IFA 2012, but there’s one thing we didn’t notice while perusing Samsung’s gadgetry. The team at German site BestBoyZ discovered S Cloud in the settings menu of the Note II, which inclu…


HBO Go 1.71 update adds support for Jelly Bean devices

When it first landed on the Kindle Fire, HBO Go for Android tablets seemed like a dead cert. And, sure enough, it wasn’t long before the service found its way on to slates with version 4.x, with one minor exclusion — those running Jelly Bean. Well, …


Jelly Bean hits original Motorola Droid for the same reason we climb Everest: because it’s there (video)

The first-run Motorola Droid has developed a reputation as the Phone That Would Not Die — while official upgrades stopped around Froyo, enthusiasts have been keeping the QWERTY slider alive ever since. Kfazz at the XDA-Developers forums has taken up…


Fly Or Die: Google Nexus 7

Screen shot 2012-07-28 at 4.55.38 PMEver since I/O and the unveiling of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the blogosphere has been measuring Google’s new Nexus 7 tablet. The verdict in almost every case is good, including our very own iPad lover’s take.

John and I thus found it only fitting to bring the little 7-inch tablet into the studio for Fly or Die. The tablet, with a 7-inch IPS 1280×800 display, a Tegra 3 quad-core processor, and the latest version of Android, didn’t fail to impress.


Google posts video highlights of I/O 2012, for those craving one last sugary fix

Weren’t able to fill up on all the Jelly Bean-flavored geekery that was Google I/O 2012? It’s no matter, because you can catch all the highlights from Project Glass to the Nexus 7 in Google Developer’s latest video — provided you’ve got about four …