It's not all lollipops and butterfly kisses in Samsung land though. The South Korean Galaxy-spawner has confirmed that neither the Galaxy Ace nor the Galaxy S will be updated to Android 4.0. We're immensely fond of the slim, brilliantly bright Galaxy S2 -- it was our favourite phone of 2011. We were less fond of the Note, which although powerful, is so big you could use it as a sled. If you own an S2 and just can't wait, check out our guide on how to install Ice Cream Sandwich on the Galaxy S2. Are you bursting with Ice Cream Sandwich anticipation? Spill your guts in the comments, or on our Facebook wall.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, T-Mobile has become the first carrier to offer the increasingly popular mobile payment reader, but unfortunately for the carrier's customers, Square's technology will only be available in a handful of stores in New York, fewer than 10 locations in California, and scattered outlets elsewhere around the U.S, Square offers its readers to small uag trooper iphone xs protective wallet case - black businesses for free, To generate revenue, the company takes 2.75 percent of each transaction, T-Mobile didn't say today how it will benefit financially from the Square offering, and the carrier did not immediately respond to CNET's request for comment on the matter, It did, however, say that the solution will be "paired" with its small business plans..
T-Mobile's support is the latest bit of good news for Square. In November, the company announced that Virgin Group founder Richard Branson had invested an undisclosed sum in its operation. "I'm very passionate about helping people start and grow successful businesses, and Square is an incredible technology that inspires and empowers everyone to be an entrepreneur," Branson said in a statement at the time. The carrier will offer Square credit-card readers in select T-Mobile stores around the country.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, An XDA Developers forum member by the name of 'i rule123' claims they live in the UK, but having taking delivery of an HTC Rezound from an American eBayer just after Christmas, was able to make the Android-powered mobile work with his T-Mobile SIM card, When the phone arrived they tried turning off LTE (or long-term evolution -- 4G network tech we're years away uag trooper iphone xs protective wallet case - black from getting in the UK), and found that the phone had options for 'global mode' as well as 'GSM only' and 'WCDMA only'..
Mr rule123 was able to get the Rezound to make and receive calls, though receiving texts seems to be beyond the poor mobile. It's interesting that a phone never destined to hit the UK seems to work on our networks. The Verge notes the Rezound runs on Qualcomm's Snapdragon MSM8660 processor, which is listed with GSM support. That's the same chip that you'll find in the HTC Evo 3D, which is out over here. We wouldn't recommend UK-based HTC fans rush out and buy a Rezound though -- to get the phone working over here (and it doesn't look like it works perfectly anyway) you'll need to indulge in a fair bit of tinkering, if forum posts on the subject are anything to go by.
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