Bigger still could be the Samsung Galaxy Note III, which the Korea Times says will have a 6.3-inch (!) display, which, to be frank, is getting into "I feel silly holding this thing up to my head to talk" territory.
(Hat tip: Slashgear)
It kind of looks like Intel's testing a new SoC for Android devices, based on FCC information turned up by Engadget. The data show the Red Ridge device running Android 4.0 and packing Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC, and it's listed as a production unit, which means a release could come sooner rather than later.
A totally reworked version of Facebook is now available for Android. Per a note from developer Frank Qixing Du, the new Facebook app runs completely on Android-native code, rather than hybridizing it with HTML5. This, he said, should lead to major performance increases.
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