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Verizon officially becomes first carrier to announce Samsung Galaxy Nexus

The Samsung/Google event left us with many unanswered questions, most importantly, which carrier would be getting the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. We heard rumors of...

Sprint announces $99 Motorola Admiral for October 23

Features include military ruggedness and Direct Connect.

Cricket Announces $179.99 Samsung Transfix

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,...

Verizon Announces 4G LTE-Ready Samsung Stratosphere

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...

T-Mobile Announces SpringBoard, Galaxy Tab 10.1 Arriving “In Time for the Holidays”

T-Mobile USA tossed out a press release late last night, officially announcing that a pair of 4G Android-powered tablets would be ready for launch...

U.S. Cellular Announces Trio of HTC Android Devices for October

U.S. Cellular just announced that they will be bringing three Android-powered HTC devices to their lineup next month in the form of the Wildfire...

Samsung Announces Tab 8.9, Galaxy Players 4.0 and 5.0

It looks like Sammy is going into October with a bang, as they've just officially announced the Galaxy Tab 8.9, as well as two...

30+ Must Have Android Apps for Football Fans

The College and Pro football season is officially underway, having kicked off (pun #1) over the last week.  As we head into a new...

Cricket Wireless Announces $199.99 Samsung Vitality

Cricket Wireless unveiled their next Android smart phone today, the Muve Music enabled Samsung Vitality.  Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread and powered by a 800MHz...

Samsung Announces Galaxy Tab 7.7 with Dual-Core 1.4GHz CPU

Samsung is at IFA today where they unveiled their next Android-powered tablet, the Galaxy Tab 7.7.  Featuring a dual-core 1.4GHz processor, 7.7-inch Super AMOLED...

Galaxy S II Announced for Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T

The wait is over and the Galaxy S II has been finally announced for U.S carriers.  Sprint will be the first provider to offer...

Samsung Unveils Refreshed Galaxy S II, Galaxy Tab 8.9 with LTE Support

We had been hearing that Samsung was prepping a refreshed version of their fast-selling Galaxy S II for IFA later this week in Berlin,...

Acer Iconia A100 Arrives on Shelves as First 7-inch Honeycomb Tablet

Acer's Iconia A100 goes on sale in retail stores around the country today, ushering in the era of 7-inch Honeycomb tablets.  Offered in 8GB...

Cricket Launches Gingerbread-Powered Huawei Ascend II

Remember the Huawei Ascend? It launched on Cricket Wireless in October of last year, along with a few other regional carriers. Well, it looks like Huawei has put the finishing touches on the successor to the Ascend, which they're calling, creatively enough, the Ascend II. It's packing a 3.5-inch HVGA display, a measly 600MHz processor, Gingerbread (Android 2.3), 5MP camera, and the usual WiFi, 3G connectivity, and a micro SD card slot.

U.S. Cellular Launches Moto Xoom

That's right, the Xoom is no longer a Verizon exclusive. U.S. Cellular began selling the Android 3.1 tablet today, and it's sure to bring business up a notch. After a quick first glance, it appears to be exactly the same as the Verizon Xoom. I did make one note, however: the U.S. Cellular version doesn't directly connect to the network.