Verizon is currently rolling out its long-awaited Android Jelly Bean (4.1) update for Samsung's flagship Galaxy S3 handset.
Verizon has confirmed that it will (finally) be rolling out Google's long-awaited Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) upgrade for Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III smartphone on December 14.
Apple's asked a court to allow it to add six more Samsung products to its patent infringement lawsuit in what's an ever-escalating battle between the two firms.
Google's Nexus 10 tablet is loaded with sweet Android Jelly Bean (4.2) goodness, and now Asus reportedly wants in on the fun for its flagship Transformer devices.
Google's long-awaited Android Jelly Bean (4.1.1) is currently rolling out to T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy S3.
You don't have to wait for Android 4.2 to run updated core apps.
A rooted and deodexed version of Android Jelly Bean has leaked for Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone.
Google may be releasing a slew of new smartphones and and tablets loaded with Jelly Bean goodness, but its legacy Gingerbread OS (2.3.x) still runs on approximately 54% of Android devices.
Google has described Android 4.2 as a "new flavor" of Jelly Bean that will power Mountain View's recently announced lineup of Nexus 10 tablets and Nexus 4 smartphone.
It is expected that the Sprint version of the Galaxy S III might start seeing a rollout to the Android 4.1 update today.
Sony has provided a specific rollout schedule for when its Xperia phones will be getting the push to Android 4.1.
Approximately 2% of all Android devices are using the most up-to-date firmware; how does that compare with iOS?
Well, according to industry tracker Chitika, about 61% of all mobile Apple devices are now powered by the latest version of the iOS operating system.
Another phone has been confirmed for a Jelly Bean upgrade in 2013.
Samsung's Chromebook hasn’t even officially shipped yet, but a developer by the name of Olof Johansson has already managed to load up Ubuntu on the $249 laptop.
Because Motorola has been slow to roll out its Jelly Bean updates, the company is now offering a pretty good deal.
Bad news if you have a Sony Xperia phone that was released last year.
Motorola's recently released Razr M phone is getting the coveted Jelly Bean update.
It might not be until next year that owners of Samsung's newest flagship smartphone get the latest and greatest version of Android.
While millions of Android users are still waiting to be upgraded out of Android 2.3, Google is already updating a few of its already-fully-updated devices to a new version of Android.
Users with an LG Optimus LTE II will be getting an upgrade to Android 4.1 next month.