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T-Mobile delays Nexus 6 launch until November 19th

For those of you who were hoping to grab a Nexus 6 tomorrow from T-Mobile, will have to think again. T-Mobile just announced via Twitter that they are delaying the

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Nexus Player is shipping in 3-4 weeks

The Nexus Player hasn’t had the best of launches so far: first it was delayed by the FCC approval, and now pre-orders have opened up, the shipping is already slipping.

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Google I/O registration delayed by one week

Originally scheduled for today, the Google I/O registration system has been pushed back a few days. Why? Seemingly having issues with the new system, Google I/O 2014 registration will now run

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Samsung Galaxy S3 to hit Sprint on July 1st, hopefully for real this time

Good news all around for potential Sprint Galaxy S3 owners today! Earlier we had posted that 32GB Galaxy S3 units had started shipping out, and now it seems that we’ve

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Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile Galaxy S III launch delayed

  Wow. Looks like 3 of the 4 major U.S. Carriers – Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T – have delayed their launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III. We’re getting scattered

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Vodaphone UK now shipping pebble blue Samsung Galaxy S III

Late to the party, but at least it’s showing up. The infamous “pebble blue” Samsung Galaxy S III is coming out of it’s shell a little more, shipping for Vodaphone

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Update on Nexus One Gingerbread Call Delay Issue

Recently we reported about an issue that people who own Nexus One’s and have upgraded to “Gingerbread” have been having with a 3 second or so delay in hearing or being heard when answering calls on their device. People have been posting their issues in the Gingerbread issue tracker, but not getting much help.

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2010: Android Revamped

2010 was definately the year of significant UI changes for Android. Dragging an arrow up to see your apps may seem fancy at the first glance, but after a year or so, you’ll probably want some more eye-candy, and so did Google.