Acer Iconia Tab A210 Passes Through FCCview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Acer’s new Android tablet the Iconia Tab A210 recently passed through the FCC and is scheduled for a Q3 release. The A210 is a successor to the budget friendly A200 and will keep the 10.1″ (1280 x 800) display and single front facing camera. While most of the hardware will remain the same, the major upgrade is the change from a dual core CPU to the quad core Tegra 3. (IT news)

Google Announces Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”view story

http://www.linux-magazine.com – Jelly Bean boasts better graphics rendering and reduces touch latency, among other new features. (Distributions)

GSM Galaxy Nexus gets pre-rooted and deodexed Jelly Beanview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Last week Jelly Bean was ripped for the GSM Galaxy Nexus, but this week brings us a pre-rooted and deodexed version thanks to XDA member bigxie. Since the system apps and framework are deodexed, it means modding and theming will be easier, plus the superuser app comes from ChainsDD. Also, the ROM comes packaged with Busybox for increased root-enabled functionality. (IT news)

Amazon Rumored To Release The Kindle Fire 2 In Augustview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Hot off the success of its Kindle Fire and Google’s recently-announced the Nexus 7 tablet, Amazon is rumored to begin picking up steam for its not-so-secret Kindle Fire 2 tablet. (IT news)

Android Botnet May Be Spewing Spamview story

http://ectnews.com.feedsportal.com – An international botnet could be using infected Android handsets to send out massive amounts of spam, said Microsoft antispam engineer Terry Zink. He reportedly identified the botnet and its Google Android connection by examining the headers of spam that included the signature "Sent from Yahoo! (General)

iPhone 5 vs iPad Mini – the ultraportable dynamic duoview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Alex Zaharov-ReuttWith the arrival of a new iPhone a given, and the much-rumoured iPad Mini again highly expected for the third year running, all the Android and Windows alternatives will be doing their utmost to tempt you away from new model iHeaven. When it comes to a new iPhone, and the possibility of a new iDevice in the form of a 7.85-inch iPad Mini, the public is certainly excit (IT news)

Sony Xperia Miro available for pre-order in the UKview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – The options for budget, entry-level Android phones just keep getting better and better. Do you think a social media centric phone with a 5.0MP camera running on Ice Cream Sandwich all for the tiny sum of £126 ($195) sounds good to be true? (IT news)

CUA joins the mobile banking movementview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Stuart CornerCUA - which claims to be Australia's largest customer-owned financial institution - has joined the mobile banking movement with the launch of its mobile banking app, available for Android and iPhone. Announcement of the app on the same day as the CommBank made a major mobile banking announcement seems unlikely to be co-incidental. (IT news)

[other_os] Force Android to Stop Large File Uploadview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I was attempting to upload a very large file I had on my phone. I selected that UbuntuOne upload it. It's been trying to upload for 2 days already. I no longer need this file uploaded. The problem is I don't know how to tell UbuntuOne on my Android to stop uploading. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks. (Hardware)

Nokia: We're Not Saying Nexus 7 Infringes ... We're Just Sayin'view story

http://ectnews.com.feedsportal.com – Google may have to buffer its patent portfolio or start paying licensing fees to Nokia now that the search engine giant is becoming a bigger player in the tablet market. Google launched the Nexus 7, its first Nexus-branded tablet device, last week. The 7-inch slate will run the latest version of the company's Android operating system and will sell for $200. (General)