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Samsung announces Galaxy Tab for all four major US carriers

At the Samsung Experience in NYC tonight, Samsung stated that, by the end of the week, they will be able to confirm the shipment of 2 million Galaxy S devices in the US. In order to bring a rich mobile experience to all of those gadgets, Samsung also launched their hotly anticipated Media Hub, which delivers television, movies, and ebooks to Media Hub… Read more

PSA: HTC event tomorrow

It was exactly one month and one day ago when HTC sent out press invites to an event they’d be hosting on September 15th. Well in case you haven’t noticed, that day is tomorrow, and we couldn’t be more excited. Rumor still has it the event will be held to announced the Desire HD, but that certainly won’t be all. We could very well get a good solid… Read more

APPNATION discount, freed pods, and free iPads!

If you’ve been itching to attend the APPNATION “Show Me the Money” conference in San Francisco on September 13th and 14th but just couldn’t scratch up the cash, here’s your chance to get in at half price. But first, let me remind you of the “early bird” discount for those who register ahead of time: The expo cost is $125 whether you register now or… Read more

Eric Schmidt’s IFA closing keynote

There wasn’t as much news as I had anticipated when Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt delivered the closing keynote today at the IFA even in Berlin, Germany today. That isn’t to say that the man didn’t discuss anything interesting, only that there were no big Gingerbread or Google TV bombshells in the speech. Schmidt discussed a voice translation product that… Read more

Samsung Mobile event, 9/16

Word is coming in today that Samsung is sending out invites to a special mobile event planned for the 16th of September. Exactly what will be discussed at said event is still a mystery. Considering that the Fascinate is due out by the 9th, and that’s the only known high-end Sammy headed State-side, we are inclined to believe this may be the US reveal of the… Read more

Google’s Eric Schmidt to close IFA with keynote

IFA, the world’s largest consumer electronics and home appliances trade show, announced today that Google’s Chairman of the Board and Cheif Executive Officer, Eric Schmidt, will deliver the closing keynote for the conference at 12:30 pm on Tuesday, September 7 in Berlin, Germany. Considering that Samsung’s Tab will be announced at the beginning of the… Read more

Droidcon London 2010 tickets on sale

If you are living in London and looking to attend Droidcon 2010, I can’t think of a better time to grab your tickets. If you hit up the Droidcon registration page right now, you can still qualify for early bird pricing discount. The conference will last 2 days in late October; The 28th and 29th to be exact. Droidcon is a 600 member strong conference in… Read more

Google announcement tomorrow to be Market related?

That seems to be the general consensus anyway. After all, there is good cause. Take for example, the changes already made to the Android Market in the last day. When you used to search, you didn’t see history and search icons, and now you do. It also doesn’t hurt that Google has been whispering about carrier billing on more than just T-Mobile. So take… Read more

Google: Mystery event scheduled for August 12th

Today, Google started sending out invitations to a special event scheduled for August 12th where they plan on “unveiling a couple of cool new mobile features.” The last time Google did this, they announced that turn-by-turn navigation will come free with Google Maps; Something a lot of people shouted from the roof-tops over. This time around, no one’s quite… Read more

Good morning from MinneBar

Normally I wouldn’t get up this early on a cloudy Saturday morning.  However, today isn’t a normal Saturday.  Today is MinneBar.  What is MinneBar, you ask?  “MinneBar is an (un)conference aimed at getting those in Minnesota’s tech and design communities together to discuss topics that interest them.” Hundreds of developers, marketers and general… Read more