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IRL: TYLT cables and a standoff between two Galaxies

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Welcome to IRL, an ongoing feature where we talk about the gadgets, apps and toys we're using in real life and take a second look at products that already got the formal review treatment. IRL is a column about stuff we're using in real life and yes, that sometimes includes...
IRL: TYLT cables and a standoff between two Galaxies
Samsung sets sights on RIM's corporate users

BlackBerry Z10 goes under the knife, reveals innards similar to Galaxy S III LTE

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BlackBerry Z10 devices have only been out in the wild for roughly a week, but the folks at UBM TechInsights have already forced one of the handset's open to figure out just what parts make it tick. Prying the device apart revealed the expected Snapdragon S4 Plus and three...
BlackBerry Z10 goes under the knife, reveals innards similar to Galaxy S III LTE

Galaxy versus Android at the Superbowl

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On the basis of (the not-entirely-reliable) Google Trends, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy brand is starting to overtake 'Android' in consumer awareness. 'Samsung galaxy' itself is some way behind Android, but 'galaxy' alone has equaled it, and I can't offhand think of another reason why that term would have shot...
Galaxy versus Android at the Superbowl

Another Top-Tier Apple Fanboy - Andy Ihnatko - Jumps To Android

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One by one, many of Apple's biggest, loudest, best-known fans are jumping ship. First came Guy Kawasaki, who has become not only an Android fan but now is consulting for Motorola. Then Robert Scoble made the leap. Now Andy Ihnatko, a tech reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times, has switched to Android....
Another Top-Tier Apple Fanboy - Andy Ihnatko - Jumps To Android

Samsung shares under pressure amid cooling Galaxy S4 demand

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Analyst concerns that Galaxy S4 smartphone sales are lagging have put pressure on Samsung shares. Friday's decline in Samsung's stock follows analyst worries that a more affordable Galaxy S4 Mini or the rugged Galaxy S4 Activesmartphone will cut into GS4 sales. Analysts quoted by Reuters and others even cited Apple's reported plan...
Samsung shares under pressure amid cooling Galaxy S4 demand

Samsung Galaxy S IV: the rumor roundup

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Compared to the sheer deluge of rumors surrounding last year's Galaxy S III, talk about the Galaxy S IV has been relatively hushed. That's partly owing to the contracted launch schedule -- despite Samsung's initial denials, the company is unveiling its next Android flagship almost two months before the...
Samsung Galaxy S IV: the rumor roundup

Here's What Tech Bigwigs Have To Say About The Samsung Galaxy S III

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The Samsung Galaxy S III is the most important Android phone to be released so far this year. Billed as being "designed for humans," it's attracted a lot of attention, and the reviews are pouring in. Here's what we've gleaned from some reviews so far. Jonathan Geller, Boy Genius Report:...
Here's What Tech Bigwigs Have To Say About The Samsung Galaxy S III

Boot up:iPhone 5 v Samsung Galaxy S3, Kindle Fire HD teardown, wooden keyboards and more

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Plus the custom chip inside the iPhone 5, Arduino cocktail maker, the solution to software patents and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamiPhone 5 v Samsung Galaxy S3 >> TwitpicA comparison of specifications.Samsung GS3 v iPhone 5 >> TwitpicAn...
Boot up:iPhone 5 v Samsung Galaxy S3, Kindle Fire HD teardown, wooden keyboards and more

Samsung Galaxy S 4 drops original TecTile support, requires new TecTile 2

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Don't get too attached to that collection of TecTiles if you're upgrading to a Galaxy S 4. AnandTech has discovered that Samsung's newer phone includes an NFC chipset that can't read the older TecTiles, which rely on a less common tag type to register our taps instead of the...
Samsung Galaxy S 4 drops original TecTile support, requires new TecTile 2

Samsung commits to rolling out Jelly Bean to US-based Galaxy S III devices in the 'coming months'

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The about screen on your US Samsung Galaxy S III may look a lot like the one above in the near future (albeit in English). Samsung has officially announced its intentions to make an upgrade to Jelly Bean available to stateside versions of the company's flagship, though it left...
Samsung commits to rolling out Jelly Bean to US-based Galaxy S III devices in the 'coming months'

Pantech Perception official for Verizon, delivers motion-aware Android on April 25th

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Unofficial details of the Pantech Perception have been around for long enough for the phone to feel old, but the truth is that it's only just getting started. The 4.8-inch, mid-tier Android smartphone is at last launching with Verizon on April 25th, and it should cost $100 on contract...
Pantech Perception official for Verizon, delivers motion-aware Android on April 25th
Android this week: Galaxy Note 8.0 pics; App finds best network; a Google smart watch?

Samsung Galaxy Note II gets pretty in pink, makes Hello Kitty proud

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To say that we've covered many, many rosey devices around here still wouldn't do the statement justice, so don't mind our slight excitement after seeing the Galaxy Note II show up wearing a very pink outfit on Samsung's Taiwanese site. Clearly, the phone tablet slab looks to follow in...
Samsung Galaxy Note II gets pretty in pink, makes Hello Kitty proud

Monster Watts WiQiQi puts wireless charging in Samsung Galaxy phones without new cases

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Samsung already has wireless charging options for phones like the Galaxy S4, but they require a separate cover that adds a slight amount of bulk. For Monster Watts, that's still too much. The company's upcoming WiQiQi charging receiver is thin enough to slip under the existing cases of both...
Monster Watts WiQiQi puts wireless charging in Samsung Galaxy phones without new cases

US Cellular announces Galaxy S III pricing, starts at $200

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US Cellular made it known that it would be accepting pre-orders of the Samsung Galaxy S III this upcoming Tuesday (with the device shipping sometime in July), but it left the pricing a mystery to keep us all in suspense for at least a few days. As it turns...
US Cellular announces Galaxy S III pricing, starts at $200
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