Adding fuel to the growing fire that is the Nexus program, DigiTimes is today reporting that Samsung, LG, Sony, and HTC are “likely to be potential partners”. The entire post might
Samsung has put together a quick and simple list of U.S. smartphones which are either getting or are expected to receive their Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. As of right
Are you planning to buy the Google Nexus 7 but are backing off because you are looking forward to something with more storage? Say, perhaps, a 32GB variant? Then maybe
The rumored Samsung Galaxy S III Mini may get its official announcement on October 11, according to new details landing online this week. A couple of international blogs have received
Samsung, in its ongoing war with Apple, has asked to include the iPhone 5 on a list of devices they claim violates its own patents. According to details listed on USA Today
Samsung is on a hot streak nowadays with devices like Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung Note II, and their competitors are working on devices to get head-to-head with Samsung.
AT&T today announced a trio of Android smartphones and one Android tablet for their 4G LTE lineup, advising that each will join the carrier in the coming weeks. Prices and
And just like that we have our first leaked Black Friday ad of 2012. According to the guys at Engadget, Sprint will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S III for
New details have emerged for the yet-announced Samsung Galaxy Music ahead of its assumed October 11 debut. The new intel comes from Austrian site Telecom-Presse (translate) who confirms the entry-level specifications will
All indications are that Samsung will provide further details for the U.S. launch of the Galaxy Note II.
Lest you thought Samsung was going to finish the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II, you’d only be partially correct. Word on the street is that they are cooking
Samsung believes that the Galaxy Note II may sell up to three times faster than its predecessor over the course of the first 90 days. Thanks to a partnership of
Samsung has introduced two new versions of its current “Next Big Thing” commercial campaign, both coming in the form of shorter, 30-second spots. Using some of the same footage as
Pantech is not the leading mobile phone brand in the world, but there’s no doubt in it that they are working really hard to attain a proper place in the
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