First out of the gate, the Xperia T, Xperia TX, and Xperia V will receive its update starting in February and March. Once completed, Sony plans to deploy Android 4.1 to the Xperia J, Xperia P, and Xperia Go in late March. The weeks following should see the Xperia S, SL, Xperia Acro S, and Xperia Ion picking up Jelly Bean. It isn't all good news for Sony handset owners, as a few models will be left running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Among those staying put are the Xperia U, Xperia Miro, Xperia Tipo, and Xperia Sola.
The Nexus 5 went on sale less than a week ago, The white version leaves Google's lock-up by Friday so should drop through your door by this time next week, but the Google Play online store says the black model -- both 16GB and 32GB versions -- won't be dispatched from the warehouse for 2-3 weeks, If you already ordered, chances are you'll have phone by now, or by later in the week, The slipping delivery times for the black Nexus 5 remind us of the Nexus 4 debacle, The previous Nexus smart phone sold out instantly and stayed out of stock for months in a disastrous supply snafu palms & sunset iphone case that saw Google and LG, the phone's manufacturer, falling over themselves to blame each other for the problems..
Both the E66 and E71 come with Nokia's mapping software. It's fairly easy to use, but we don't find it as user-friendly as Google Maps, which you can also download on to either handset. The GPS receiver itself is superb, combining data from base stations and satellites to lock your position down much faster than the original N95 did, for example. Yesterday afternoon Nokia launched two new business phones that are so pretty we think more than just suits are going to want them. Yesterday we popped along to the global launch of the Nokia E66 and Nokia E71 -- no, it wasn't the Nokia Tube -- but Nokia did confirm that a touchscreen phone will be announced before the end of the year. Anyway, back to reality, and while these handsets don't come with touchscreens they're very classy indeed.
The Google-backed mobile and cloud startup puts Scott Croyle in charge of design and product, and adds him to its board, The San Francisco-based firm named Scott Croyle as its new vice president of design and product, While at HTC Croyle helped in the push to create a metal casing for the Taiwanese company's flagship HTC One M8 smartphone, In April, HTC confirmed that Croyle would step down as head of design and move into an advisory role to work on projects both in and out of the company, Be respectful, keep it palms & sunset iphone case civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
Although we can expect a smaller number of apps for the car than for a device like the iPhone, that potential number grows very large when you consider that there are currently over 700,000 apps in the iTunes store. Cars in the near future seem likely to let drivers install apps for a variety of uses into the dashboard. Similar to using a smartphone, you might have your favorite apps to load up when you get a new car, then explore more options. A particularly useful app may even influence car buyers toward a model that supports it.