Say it ain’t so: Samsung to axe the 32GB GSM Galaxy Nexus?

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If you’ve been passing up the 16GB GSM Galaxy Nexus for the larger 32GB that’s been looming around the corner, you may want to rethink your decision. Rumor has it that Samsung has halted production of the 32GB GSM Galaxy Nexus, possibly due to production costs. XDA forum member and ...

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U.S. Cellular offers sweet deals for new customers

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When people are searching for a new smart phone they usually head to one of the four major carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile). Oftentimes the smaller regional carriers are forgotten, even though in some scenarios they may be the better choice. Many factors should go into deciding ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note lands in Canada via Telus, Bell and Rogers

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The Samsung Galaxy Note has been around for a while now, the device really doesn’t need a special introduction. It’s a superb device from what I can tell. It seems that Canadian carriers are impressed with this amazing device as well. Today Rogers, Bell and Telus, the three major ...

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HTC rumored to get Playstation certification for select models

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How does a quad-core HTC device with Playstation games sound to you?

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Leaked test photos from upcoming HTC devices appear

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Mobile World Congress is right around the corner, and it seems that HTC is planning to launch bundle of devices at the event. PocketNow managed to get “first test photos” of 5 smartphones and a tablet, which is eerily similar to last year, when HTC announced 6 new devices at the ...

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Norton Safety Minder puts parents at ease

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Whether a kid carries Windows Phone 7, an iPhone, or an Android, the cut of their jib is measured by the strut of their phone. This of course brings into question all sorts of concerns for parents, given the amount of information and communication available with these devices. Symantec, known ...

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AT&T throttling users at just over 2GB of data?

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Top 5% of data users are said to consume 12X as much as the average guy... but 2GB? Really?

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Verizon to offer double data, Droid Razr BOGO deals on February 10

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Verizon is expected to bring back their popular double data promo this weekend, giving consumers more 4G LTE bang for their buck.  Much like the previous go ’round, the plan allows consumers to get 4GB of data for $30 per month, as opposed to the standard 2GB offering. This is said to ...

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Verizon announces $199 Droid 4 for February 10

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The thinnest and most powerful QWERTY 4G phone arrives in but a few days.

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Galaxy S III to be 7mm thick, arrive in May (Rumor)

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Let’s kick the week off with a couple of new Samsung Galaxy S III rumors, shall we?  The latest details to hit the internet come from Korean website etnews (translate) and deal with arrival time frame and overall thickness.  According to their sources the GSIII should offer a chassis that ...

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CDMA Nexus Support Clarified

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Dan Morril posted a quick note on the Google Groups forum regarding the latest rumor of Google no longer supporting the Verizon Galaxy Nexus.  He states its simply a clarification about support for these devices and gives a brief explanation of why the websites were updated. Verizon Galaxy ...

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Samsung Galaxy S III Scheduled for April?

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Recently, Samsung made it clear that there will be no sign of Galaxy S III at the Mobile World Congress later this month, but that doesn’t mean it’s not coming soon. It’s rumored that the manufacturer will be introducing Samsung Galaxy S II Plus, which will  feature a 1.5 GHz ...

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Verizon Motorola Droid 4 Priced and Release date leaked

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Last month at the CES 2012, Verizon and Motorola officially announced the latest in the line of “Droid” headed to Big Red. As usual there was no information as to when we actually see it on the shelves. According to the Verizon Equipment Guide, that day will be February 10th with a ...

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Foodspotting 3.0: “It’s like Pandora for food”

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Listen up foodies, there’s a new app in town.  Okay, so it’s a new release of an already popular application.  Foodspotting 3.0 landed in the Android Market this week, bringing all new functionality and helpfulness to the title.  If you thought Foodspotting was fun before then ...

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Honeycomb on a Budget: Sprint debuts the $99 ZTE Optik

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Sprint's latest tablet brings very respectable hardware at a price that's hard to refuse.

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