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Waiting for news on Samsung and Google’s all new Nexus phone with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich? Well we’re sorry to be the bearers of bad news but it looks you’re gonna need to wait a little bit longer. Samsung and Google have decided to postpone tomorrow’s big event out of respect for the recent death of Steve Jobs. No word on a new date for the event, but we can’t help but have respect Google and Samsung for doing this (and just to be clear, the latest word is that both the new Android 4.0 and the new Nexus are ready to go and this was completely out of respect for Steve Jobs and everything he’s done for the tech world).
Now for those looking for more info on the Nexus Prime/Droid Prime/Galaxy Nexus/whatever this will be called, check out the video below that shows off the first looks of the new Android Ice Cream Sandwich and the new Nexus device in action. The video is only a minute and a half long and doesn’t look to show off all that much, but it teases just enough that we can’t wait for more!
As always stay tuned– we’re sure more info will be out soon and you know we’ll have it all covered for you right here.
Here’s the story of Steve Jobs in his own words from his 2005 Stanford commencement speech. It’s one of the greatest, most inspiring speeches you will ever hear and a most fitting way to remember the legend that is Steve Jobs.
If you haven’t heard the news, the world today lost one of its greatest innovators, Steve Jobs. Steve was not only the founder of Apple and the creator of the iPod, iTunes, iPhone, iPad and Mac, but he also created Pixar (yes, the same Pixar that made Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Monsters Inc. etc). Whether or not you have an Apple iDevice or have seen any of those movies, his visions, dreams, ideas and inventions changed our world forever and for the better.
If it wasn’t for Steve and his vision– and how he caused and inspired everyone else in the tech world to raise their game– our computers today may still have been the same big, ugly, impossible to use boxes that they were 25 years ago when the first computers came out. Our phones may have still been slow, ugly and pathetic. We may still have had to use CDs and DVDs for our music and videos (remember those?), and things like the internet would have never existed the way we know and use them today. He truly changed the world and all of our lives.
Rest in peace Steve, and thank you for all you have done to make our world a better place.
More info: Apple