The Japanese carrier has at least 24 new devices expected through early 2012, including a number of Android products.
Samsung issued a press release early this morning, touting a new sales figure for their Galaxy S and Galaxy S II series of phones. Since making its debut in 2010, the two lines of Android-powered smartphones have gone on to surpass more than 30 million …
Google Wallet might be a cool concept but it will remain a concept unless the majority of business starts to accept Google’s mobile payment method. Google partnered up with a few big companies at launch but so far none have actually started accepting Google Wallet …
With only a few days to go before Samsung and Google bring us Ice Cream Sandwich and a new flagship handset we fully expect to see some final puzzle pieces leaking online. Such is the case here with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus getting spied inside …
We’re sure you’ve heard the news by now that Google and Samsung have scheduled a conference for next week where they’ll be unveiling the latest release of Android. Considering that it will be broadcast live on YouTube at 10:00PM EST we couldn’t help but get …
Just after announcing SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) on 10/11/2011, Samsung has now unveiled their new Enterprise Alliance Program, an ecosystem for Samsung’s enterprise solution partners. The new program will allow said partners to implement and integrate programs and solutions onto Samsung mobile devices with greater ease …
Ever since Samsung announced its Unpacked Google Episode, the Android community has been going bonkers over a new Nexus device running ICS. It wasn’t soon after the event announcement that Samsung teased us with “Something BIG.” That got the community even more amped and lead …
While some of us are trying to figure out why the Galaxy Nexus announcement scheduled for today was postponed, the rest of us are looking forward to the day the event actually does take place. In fact, we’re already looking beyond that day, waiting for …
Cricket Communications has announced their next Android endeavor today, the Android 2.3-powered Samsung Transfix. Available immediately for $179.99, the phone features an 800MHz processor, 3.2-inch display, 3.2-megapixel camera, and a full sliding QWERTY keyboard. Cricket seems to really be ratcheting up their Android roster, having …
AT&T have just unveiled another Android collaboration with Samsung, the unique (dare we say ‘cute’) DoubleTime. Running Android 2.2 (oops!) and featuring specs that include a 600MHz processor and 3.2-megapixel camera, we totally expect this one to be centered around the experience and not the …
An unannounced Samsung handset has been found in the wild bearing a form factor that closely resembles the Epic 4G (Sprint) and Verizon’s brand new Stratosphere. According to Boy Genius Report, this phone will carry the name of Samsung Captivate Glyde in a nod to …
We haven’t even finished rolling out the three U.S. flavors of the Samsung Galaxy S II and we’re already starting to look at rumored specs for its successor. At least, that’s what we believe we’re getting here. According to details obtained by our friends at …
Verizon and Samsung announced their latest collaboration this morning, tapping the 4G LTE-ready Stratosphere with a $150 price tag and October 13th launch. Arriving as the carrier’s first smartphone to feature both 4G LTE support and a sliding QWERTY keyboard, the handset closely mimics the …
We first got wind of the Samsung Stratosphere in a leaked Verizon roadmap back in August, with a September 8th launch date. After a few delays, the good people at Vzw have finally confirmed an October 13th (that’s this Thursday) date for the device. No …
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