The Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which is the first ever Android device to launch with Ice Cream Sandwich, and is set to be launched in the US by Verizon, still hasn’t
Some bad news for any Samsung Vibrant users out there running CyanogenMod. It appears there are issues with the way the radio interface layer interacts with the audio layer and
While Verizon continues to deprive us of the one thing we want, they certainly have no shortage of Android powered tablets. It now appears another will join the ranks among
Samsung announced over the weekend that they have shipped more than 300 million handsets worldwide in 2011 with a month left to go. Easily besting last year’s 280 million figure,
U.S. Cellular just dropped us a line to advise that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update is now ready for the Galaxy Tab. So, if you’re one of their subscribers, and
Samsung’s latest Galaxy S II ad focuses on Android’s flexibility in download music and movies.
Rumor has it that Samsung is prepping a killer tablet for MWC in February. Are the rumors true, or is it all just fabricated?
Here we go again – Rumored December 9th launch not looking good for the Galaxy Nexus [Consolation Contest Closed]
Here we go again folks, another rumored Galaxy Nexus launch date not looking good. The blogosphere was pretty confident about the last rumored December 9th launch date — as overwhelming
I sure hope you’re not sick of hearing about the Galaxy Nexus because we’ve still got two days left to stuff you up. We’ve got more evidence of a December
The carrier tells us that Google Wallet is unlike other m-commerce solutions and it may some time and effort before we see it.
Is it possible that we’re only three days away from finally purchasing the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Verizon? These images sure seem to think so. According to documents leaked to
Take a look at the video below and have a peek at what Samsung feels could be the future of mobile displays. The short clip shows us how things could
According to ComScore’s latest numbers, Samsung and Android remain on top despite the release of the “revolutionary” iPhone 4S and its side-kick Siri. Samsung remains the top manufacturer, holding onto
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My sharpie is starting to fade from marking up my calendar with all these possible Galaxy Nexus launch dates — but hey, what’s one more. A Best Buy inventory system