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Galaxy S III Finally Available from Verizon

For all you Verizon loyalists who have been patiently waiting for your version of the Galaxy S III to arrive. Your wait is finally over, my friends. After having the fluctuating release date toy with your heartstrings, you can officially go into your favorite phone store and pick one up. If you would rather not leave the house, you can also purchase… Read more

Samsung Comes Home with a Bang, Galaxy S III Sales Soar

Samsung went home yesterday to release its new brainchild, the Galaxy S III. When it did, it received the largest welcoming committee it could have asked for. Samsung sold over 50,000 phones on the launch day of its new “Inspired by Nature” smartphone in Korea. This is over doubling what it sold on the launch of the Galaxy S II, quintupling its original… Read more

AT&T Galaxy S II Skyrocket Getting Android 4.0.4 Update Now

Seems that the second S II on AT&T is being updated to Ice Cream Sandwich, except this one is getting 4.0.4. Users on XDA have reported that the Skyrocket is getting the official update right now through Kies. It is build I727UCLF6, so go fire up Kies and download it! And for those running the earlier leaks, this is a much newer build, so wait for the… Read more

Editorial: Every Phone Needs To Have Instant Shutter

My personal phone has been an AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II for the longest time, and I’ve become accustomed to its camera. Let’s get this out of the way: The camera on the S II blows almost every other camera phone away. It is fantastic, amazing, and I couldn’t be happier with it. Until about a week ago, of course. I recently received an HTC DROID… Read more

RIM CEO Carries Galaxy S III As Second Phone

The CEO of RIM, Thorsten Heins, has stated that he uses an Android device as his second phone. Is this surprising? Not really. Business people tend to carry around two phones, and when they do, what’s the point of having the same two phones? His main phone is Blackberry, which is good because he is passionate about his company, but I see nothing wrong… Read more