I’m anxiously awaiting my Jelly Bean update for the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity. Transformer Prime owners got theirs, but I’m guessing since I’m getting a server error, Asus is having problems with the mad dash of downloads.

According to The Droid Guy, this is exactly what Asus realized, so the Infinity download will come a few days later. Needless to say, I’m getting anxious. And now, the news:

  • Be sure to update your devices, especially if you own a Samsung device. Vulnerabilities exist, which could expose your phone to terrible things.
  • iPhone J.D., Jeff Richardson, has this great post about Congress.gov‘s new mobile-enabled site. Jeff explains that this will replace the THOMAS system, and playing around, it’s really much more sleek.
  • North Korea is getting into the Android tablet market by introducing its own Android-based device. The US has a trade embargo against the “Axis Nation,” so don’t get too hyped about seeing one of these. Last I knew though, North Korea couldn’t support its own, let alone build a competitive Android tablet.
  • Google Field Trip app looks like it’s going to be very cool. Check it out:

  • Enamored with the new Google Maps? Then look no further than this post where you’ll find 4 hidden features. Sorry Apple users, you’re going to have to wait.
  • If older means more sophisticated and experienced, I’m happy to include myself. According to this survey, Android users tend to be older, with an average household income of about $90k.
  • Droid Bionic is finally getting Android 4.0 sometime in 4th quarter. I already installed ICS on my Droid Bionic, so I’m loving life.
  • I’m really getting tire of “social media experts” contacting me about my social media presence. I’m quite comfortable with my Google+ and Twitter profiles. It seems Dilbert creator, Scott Adams is too:

  • I posted this story on my Google+ page, but I still think it’s worth a quick read. Verizon offers 6 times you should text rather than call someone.
  • And finally, here’s a desktop for Android that I’m really looking forward to. It’s called Chameleon Launcher ($10), and it totally changes the homepage of your Android tablet.

Jeff Taylor

I'm just an ordinary guy living an extraordinary life. I'm also an attorney and I blog about Android for lawyers. You can follow me on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, or Google+.

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