What Lies Beyond The Check-In: Foursquare To Launch Big New Redesign Next Week
What Lies Beyond The Check-In: Foursquare To Launch Big New Redesign Next Week
                                 

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Samsung Galaxy S III to Arrive on Five U.S. Carriers Starting This Month

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New Samsung said on Monday that it is bringing its flagship Galaxy S III smartphone to all four major US carriers and U.S. Cellular starting later this month. The phones will start at $199 with each carrier announcing pricing and specific plans in the coming weeks. “The U.S. launch of the...
Samsung Galaxy S III to Arrive on Five U.S. Carriers Starting This Month

Samsung Galaxy S III coming to five U.S. carriers in June, no quad-core Exynos on board

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New Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular will all get Samsung's new flagship phone, the Android 4.0 Galaxy S III. [Read more]...
Samsung Galaxy S III coming to five U.S. carriers in June, no quad-core Exynos on board
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Samsung Galaxy S III coming to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and US Cellular this month

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New Official is as official does... right? In a bid to one-up the Galaxy S II's launch here in the States, Samsung has just announced that five carriers will soon have their own customized versions of the Galaxy S III. And by "soon," we mean "beginning in June." AT&T, Sprint,...
Samsung Galaxy S III coming to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and US Cellular this month
Samsung Galaxy S III to hit five US carriers in June, staring at $199 on contract

Kids Find a Way to Facebook

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New Facebook is working on technology that would let kids under the age of 13 sign up for the social network, according to people familiar with the matter. Surveys, meanwhile, show that a bunch of them are already there. Facebook currently won’t let users under the age of 13 set up...
Kids Find a Way to Facebook

A Parents’ Guide to Kids’ Social Media

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New We report today that Facebook is developing ways to let kids use the social network. Many kids, of course, are already on Facebook, and many more are clamoring for other ways to play games and interact with their friends online. Letting kids get online early has benefits, creating a generation of tech-savvy...
A Parents’ Guide to Kids’ Social Media
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