Analyst firm IDC released its report for the first quarter of 2013, which chronicles big rises and great falls. There’s nothing new at the top – Android and iOS account for 92.3% of smartphone shipments – but the fight for third position is heating up. Android is still in the lead (in fact, it’s widening its lead) and grabbed 75% of the sales. Samsung is by far the biggest Android maker,… —…

Samsung has announced the roll out of the much-awaited Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for its Galaxy S Advance smartphones. Users of the device had a wait which was a bit longer than usual, but, nevertheless, the update is finally here. The latest Android 4.1 I9070XXLQE brings all the goodness of Jelly Bean to the smartphone along with few improvements, fixes and performance enhancement…. — Full Story (EN):More … Prevod Srpski:Prevod teksta…

When Google I/O is underway, there’s usually some new Android version waiting to be unveiled. Despite all the murmurs about Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, this I/O might bring just 4.3 Jelly Bean. The version number first showed up in logs of the Android Police website and now Android Authority is reporting its server logs show visits from Android 4.3 devices. They seem to run newer builds than the… — Full Story…

Google I/O 2013 is less than a month away and if history is any indication, we are in for a new version of Android. But those waiting for Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie just might be in for a bit of disappointment. According to some damning evidence from Android Police, Google is working on the next version of Android, but it’s Android 4.3, not 5.0. Also, the build number is JWR23B, which……

Just it did for the Xperia S a while ago, Sony has now officially released ASOP version of Android 4.2 for its Xperia Z flagship. Currently, the majority of the features on the Xperia Z are working in the pure Android environment. There’s SD card support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and LED light as well as the sensors are all working well. The camera is also working flawlessly, but its code is… —…