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Should I get the Iphone5 or the google nexus prime? by Jay Q: I just got my htc thunderbolt stolen so I need a new phone and I am willing to wait till December. I am hyped up for the iphone 5 cuz ios5 makes everything better! though I heard the google nexus prime is going to be 4g and with android 4.0(ice cream sandwich) And im wondering which should I get. (Btw im in Verizon and sticking with them)

A: I would go for the Nexus Prime. Comparing rumored hardware specs, the Nexus Prime will likely sport a 1.8GHz processor superior to the 1GHz processor of the iPhone 5. Internal storage on the Nexus Prime will also likely be higher. Comparing iOS 5 and Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0, iOS gets a nice notifications bar (which Android has sported for some time now) but does get a nice BBM-like iMessage application. Overall, however, I would still pick the Nexus due to its superior processor.

Are honeycomb tablets able to access all of the internet? How bout Ice-scream sandwich android? by Jesus Villena Q: Can I use the chrome browser on honeycomb tablets to access all website and website content, just like I would if I were using Google chrome on a regular laptop? I use this homework website called Aplia, and I tried logging on and doing my homework on my phone (which runs android 2.3) but I'm not able to. If i were to get a honeycomb tablet would i be able to use the website and do my homework on it? What about the upcoming Ice-Cream sandwich android version?

Why Google named their Android versions after food? by Crazygirl Q: Ok im not against google for naming their software after food but im just wondering why they do this? They names their versions like Cupcake,Donut,Eclaire,Froyo,Gingerbread, … the future version will be called Ice Cream Sandwich? It is me or the Google naming their software versions yummy and more yummier.... :-P And they are all in alphabetical order.

A: Here you have my theory: Android is the name of the operating system. First version release was the Android Beta as almost every other Google product. Now look at this: A for Android B for Beta C for Cupcake D for Donut E for Éclair F for Froyo G for Gingerbread I for Ice Cream Sandwich (last version of Android presented in last Google's I/O 2011) So, it wouldn't be any surprise to witness an alphabetical parade of desserts continuing by Android Jello or Jelly (could be Jelly Cake, Tart or Pie as well) and ending by something close to Z (Is there any dessert name starting with a Z? LOL) Besides the alphabetical order I'm not aware of any other key feature or conspiracy theory on the name of the Android versions (not yet, hehehe). I hope this was helpful, or funny, or at least make you think of the new possible [alphabetically delicious] Android names.

Is the google 2.2 tablet upgradeable to honeycomb? and will it be upgradeable to icecream sandwich? by MiMi Q: I wanted to know if I bought that tablet would it be able to upgraded to honeycomb or would it still run on Froyo. And would be able to be upgraded to ice cream sandwich after it's released? Thanks. 7.0 inch touch screen APad (that's the model)

will android 4.0 "Ice cream sandwich" come to many phones? by Graham Q: android 4.0 was supposed to eliminate fragmentation, as they said it will be "one OS everywhere". is that referring to only the merging of tablets and phones OSs? or does this mean many phones will support 4.0 and will be able to update soon? I understand that the galaxy nexus as the introductory google phone should get it first, but isnt it a little ridiculous how terribly fragmented the updates are for other android phones? many phones are only just getting 2.3 or even still on 2.2. If google wants android to be anything worth switching to then they should have a standard OS on most all phones quickly. I hated waiting for gingerbread for my lower-end LG optimus s, which was just released.

A: most phones that have the andriod app should be able th upgrade if not now then in the near future they are having problems with it thats why the blackberry phones keep going down

Windows Phone Mango vs Ice Cream Sandwich? by Kenny Q: Two years ago I got an iPhone 3Gs. Currently have the Infuse 4G (Android), and am currently considering the HTC Titan. I'm definitely not an iOS fan, and need a few rudimentary questions answered about WP7 before jumping ship. 1. Does it require syncing to a computer? Android gets this right. 2. What "major" apps are missing? Specifically, I know about Audible (which is atrocious), but are there other big names I need to be aware of? Kindle? Cut the Rope? Google+? 3. How often is the OS updated? Android fails on this (I know it's the manufacturer's responsibility, but it ends up being Android's reputation). 4. How easy is it to use Google services such as Gmail, Google calendar, Google Docs? I'm deeply invested in these. 5. How is Outlook integration? Specifically, can I create meetings from WP7 with invites? While I use Google for the majority of my services, Outlook simply can't be beat, in my opinion. 6. Does battery life suck as badly for WP7 as it does for the others? 7. What advice would you have for someone migrating from Android to WP7? Thanks!

Do you know a recipe for the cookie part of a traditional chocolate ice cream sandwich? by What I Say Q: I'm not talking about chocolate chip type ice cream sandwiches. Not wafers. You know the ice cream sandwiches with the two chocolate cookies that are almost cake-like and soft? It's kind of like the original ice cream sandwich that was wrapped in paper and came in a bar form. I tried searching on Google for about an hour and can't find anything like what I'm actually looking for. It won't be the kind of cookie that comes out hard and crisp, and the recipe is likely to be one in which you roll out the dough and use a cookie cutter, not a drop cookie type dough. Anybody have a link or know how to make the chocolate cake-like cookie? steamroller: That recipe looks promising! I haven't seen another recipe quite like that. Is that your own recipe? Do the cookies come out soft? I had no chocolate on hand. I tried this: 8 Tblsp butter 1/4 cup sugar 1/3 cup brown sugar 1 egg 3 Tblsp cocoa powder 1/4 tsp baking powder 1 Tblsp milk 1/2 tsp vanilla 1 cup unbleached flour Bake 350 F for 9 minutes. Not bad! --I'm beginning to think the cake-like quality comes more from underbaking the cookie. The final product is a little like the texture you get with traditional gingerbread cookies (a typical soft cookie).

A: * 1/3 cup butter, softened * 1/3 cup granulated sugar * 1/4 cup packed dark brown sugar * 1-1/2 teaspoons unsweetened cocoa powder * 1/4 teaspoon baking powder * 1 egg * 1/2 teaspoon vanilla * 1-1/2 ounces unsweetened chocolate, melted and cooled slightly * 1 1/3 cups all-purpose flour * Purchased colored granulated sugar or white non pariels (optional) Directions 1. Let ice cream or frozen yogurt stand for 15 minutes to soften. Stir in fresh chopped fruit, if using. Spread mixture evenly in a 15x10x1-inch baking pan. Cover and freeze until firm. 2. Preheat oven to 350 degree F. Beat butter in a large mixing bowl with an electric mixer on high speed for 30 seconds. Beat in granulated sugar, brown sugar, unsweetened cocoa powder, and baking powder until just combined. Beat in egg and vanilla until combined. Stir in melted chocolate. Beat in as much of the flour as you can with the mixer. Stir in any remaining flour. 3. Divide dough in half. Roll each portion of dough out on a lightly floured surface to 1/8-inch thickness. Cut with a 3-1/2-inch decorative cookie cutter. Cut out centers with a 3/4-inch decorative cookie cutter, if desired. Reroll any dough scraps. You should have a total of sixteen 3-1/2-inch cookies. Place cutouts on ungreased baking sheets. 4. Brush cookie tops with water and sprinkle with colored granulated sugar, if desired. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until edges are firm. Cool on cookie sheet for 1 minute. Transfer cookies to wire racks to cool completely. 5. To assemble, let ice cream or frozen yogurt stand for 5 minutes to slightly soften. Cut with the same 3-1/2-inch cookie cutter used for the cookies (will have 8 cutouts). Set out 8 of the cookies with the "wrong" side up. Place an ice cream cutout on top of each cookie. Top with a second cookie, pressing slightly to seal to ice cream. 6. Wrap each ice cream sandwich individually in plastic wrap; freeze at least 2 hours. Let stand at room temperature for 5 minutes before serving. Freeze for up to 1 month. Makes 8 sandwiches. actually this recipe was my mothers and if you add the chocolate it makes it softer but glad u liked it

Toshiba Thrive Tablet - Android 3.1 - Free update to Ice Cream Sandwich? by Chris Q: Hi! I am looking to buy a Toshiba Thrive Tablet soon. I understand there will be a new Android system coming out later this year or early next year. (Ice Cream Sandwich) Will this tablet get a free update to Ice Cream Sandwich? If it does will it come directly from Google or will Toshiba tweak it? Thanks everyone! Chris

A: You are correct. There will be a free Ice cream update in a future date for all tablets. However Google will issue the update but since it is Toshiba tablet, Toshiba will likely test it to make sure it is compatible with its tablets and tweak the software before issuing it to all users.

Android 4.0 - Ice Cream Sandwich? by Waffle. C Q: I recently heard about the new firmware that will be released with the Google Galaxy Nexus also known as the ice cream sandwich. I'm getting a Galaxy S2 soon but i was wondering if the update for ICS will be available to us aswell. Is it like how the iPhone 4S came out with iOS5 but iPhone 4 being able to upgrade to it? Thanks :D

A: Yes, in early 2010 there will be an update. to ICS.

Do you think Ice Cream Sandwich will come to Motorola's Droid X? by Justin Q: My friend said he paid and personally knows some devs of Google and was able to get the Ice Cream Sandwich (version 4.0) on his Droid X. He told me he could do it for me, but it may be buggy because it's not actually released to phones yet and it would take a few hours to do. I was wondering if the upgrade will come to the Droid X without paying or going through so much of your day to get it.

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