App continuity is all the rage at the moment, thanks to Apple’s recently introduced feature to share apps and data between iOS and OS X devices. Nextbit, a software team of ex-Googlers, is trying to bring the same electronic wizardry to Android.
You like to mess with your phone? Unlock that bootloader and flash some ROMs? Soon there’ll be another option for would-be tinkers who want to run mods. Google just approved the first ever Android phone to run the ever-popular Cyanogenmod right out of the box.
Unless you’ve got a Google Nexus 7, you’re going to be waiting a while for the official release of Jelly Bean for your tablet. Which is why it’s a little surprising — and dare we say funny — that it’s already popped up on HP’s aborted TouchPad