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Android 4.0 Reportedly Codenamed “Ice Cream” [TNW Mobile]

According to Forbes, the codename for Google’s 4.0 firmware of the Android operating system will be codenamed “Ice Cream”, following the alphabetical naming procedure used by the search giant, to follow Gingerbread (3.0) and Honeycomb (3.5). Google has a history of naming its software revisions after desserts, so far we have had Cupcake (1.5), Donut [...][Notice: this is the RSS feed for ALL stories from across The Next Web - that means a lot of stories every day - for just our top stories, subscribe to our Top Stories RSS feed here.
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