Although it may seem like it isn't really available on many devices, the latest version of Android is already making its way into the mainstream.
Welcome to the first major Motorola announcement since the merger with Google.
After confirming that Android 4.1 will be hitting the Galaxy S III, Samsung is a bit less clear on the phone's predecessor.
We're finally getting a solid time frame on Samsung's flagship phone getting pushed to the latest version of Android.
If you have a Galaxy Nexus phone and don't have the latest version of Android yet, blame Verizon.
The latest version of Google's Android will soon be going live on Samsung's latest flagship smartphone.
The latest version of Android is finding its way to Samsung's hugely successful Galaxy S III phone.
Acer's Iconia Tab may be one of the first tablets to get a Jelly Bean upgrade.
HTC is promising an upgrade for its "One" brand of handsets.
It's been four years since the very first Android phone was released, and it looks like it can still play with the new kids on the block.
Facial recognition for the masses was once relegated to the pages of science fiction novels and futuristic dystopian worlds shown on the big screen.
Sony is taking back statements it made about the next Android update for its smartphone line.
The work of rolling out Android updates is a never-ending process.
Although it may seem like it isn't really available on any publicly-available device, the latest version of Android is already quickly adopting.
Sony's line of Xperia phones from last year might be eligible for the latest version of Android.
Samsung is eager to get its phones updated to the latest and greatest version of Google's mobile OS.
Google's Nexus S smartphone is getting the eagerly awaited update to Android version 4.1.
Asus has become the first manufacturer to announce tablets that will be updated from their current version of Android to Jelly Bean.
HTC is among the first to confirm existing Android handsets that will be updated to the newest version of the mobile OS.
It looks like Google is making good on its promise to keep its newest device as up-to-date as possible.