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2.3.3

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and Play getting Facebook-friendly Android 2.3.3

The Xperia Arc and Xperia Play get a performance boost and Facebook integration with an Android 2.3.3 upgrade.

By May. 20, 2011

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What happened to Android 2.4 Gingerbread? It's 2.3.3 instead

Don't hold your breath for Android 2.4 Gingerbread. The update advertised by some phone makers as 2.4 arrives as version 2.3.3. Confused? Let us elucidate.

By Apr. 8, 2011

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Nexus S Android 2.3.3 update disables Facebook contact syncing

Users of the Nexus S smart phone have a nasty surprise in store when they download the latest Android update: it will remove Facebook contacts from their device's contacts list.

By Feb. 23, 2011

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JellyfiSSH 2.1.1; SafeClean 2.3.3; Mac Minder 1.2; FoldersSynchronizer 3.2; more

JellyfiSSH 2.1.1; SafeClean 2.3.3; Mac Minder 1.2; FoldersSynchronizer 3.2; more

By Mar. 24, 2003

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Utilties Updates: QuizMaker Pro 5.01; Passenger X�2.3.3; iTunes2HTML�2.1; more

Utilties Updates: QuizMaker Pro 5.01; Passenger X 2.3.3; iTunes2HTML 2.1; more

By Dec. 9, 2003

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Utilities Updates: Peek-a-Boo 2.3.3; Wcode 0.5b3.5; qCPU 1.1; Launchd Editor 1.0; more

Utilities Updates: Peek-a-Boo 2.3.3; Wcode 0.5b3.5; qCPU 1.1; Launchd Editor 1.0; more

By Jun. 13, 2005

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Utilities Updates: AP Grapher 1.0; MyPopBarrier 2.3.3; iPhoto Library Manager 3.2.4; more

Utilities Updates: AP Grapher 1.0; MyPopBarrier 2.3.3; iPhoto Library Manager 3.2.4; more

By Dec. 13, 2006

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Utilities Updates: Show Hide Invisible files 1.5; OmniWeb 5.5.2 beta 4; EyeTV 2.3.3; Permanent Eraser 2.2.1; more

Utilities Updates: Show Hide Invisible files 1.5; OmniWeb 5.5.2 beta 4; EyeTV 2.3.3; Permanent Eraser 2.2.1; more

By Dec. 21, 2006

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Android returns to Nikon Coolpix lineup with S810c

The 12x zoom S810c is a much more pocket- and wallet-friendly Android camera option than Samsung's Galaxy Camera 2.

By Apr. 9, 2014

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Android 4.4 KitKat brings a little OS equality

The latest version of Android is designed to work on both low- and high-end phones, which will hopefully end OS fragmentation.

By Oct. 31, 2013