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New Motorola VP of product Punit Soni has pledged on Google+ to improve the company's poor track record of supporting its devices with software updates.
An Illinois case that sought to strip technology site TechnoBuffalo of its reporters' privilege has been resolved in the site's favor, a decision that bodes well for online publications.
NCAA March Madness Live app brings live streaming to iPhone, iPad, and select Android devices for $3.99
NCAA has released its March Madness Live app for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and select Android devices. The app comes with free radio streams of all games as well as social features, brackets, and notifications for upcoming games and possible upsets. Live streaming carries a $3.99 premium, but for that price you'll get to watch games live on your computer as well.
Verizon has just posted a list to its website to help let people know which devices are destined to get Android 4.0. The list includes the HTC ThunderBolt, Incredible 2, Rhyme, and Rezound, as well as the Motorola Droid Xoom, RAZR, RAZR Maxx, Droid 4, Bionic, Xyboard 8.1 and 10.1. The LG Spectrum and both the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and 10.1 appear on the list, too.
Motorla has just updated its large chart detailing its upgrade plans, including specifics on what part of the upgrade process each phone is at and rough availability dates by region. Unfortunately, it looks like there's going to be quite a wait ahead of you, as most of the company's phones still have a long way to go before they get updated.
Verizon's pushing out an update to the Droid Bionic that claims to allievate a litany of bugs and issues. It'll come over the air and reportedly will be available as early as tomorrow.
The Droid Bionic is a fine phone — a solid entry to Verizon’s lineup of 4G handsets. Though I take issue with some of the software decisions here (and some of the bugginess), overall the device performs as well if not better than almost every Android phone on the market.