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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE gets the teardown treatment

The Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE fits yet another niche, with Samsung making sure that folks who think 10.1-inches is too big and 7-inches is too small, have a perfect tablet for their needs. But, what about the inside? If you’re a fan of looking at the inside of a device, but don’t really want to tear it apart yourself, letting the experts do the work is probably… Read more

Samsung press invitation reportedly leaked online

As May inches ever closer, no one should be surprised that we are going to get inundated with rumors, leaks and everything else in between regarding Samsung’s successor to the Galaxy S II. It’s pretty much believed by everyone that May is going to be the month that Samsung unveils the new device, so these leaked documents and renders are certainly doing… Read more

The HTC EVO 4G LTE is a disappointment

As anyone who has follows the tech blogosphere should know, the HTC EVO 4G LTE was just announced. The handset is thought as HTC and Sprint’s next super phone, and one of the first LTE phones to grace Sprint’s upcoming LTE network. Rumors have been circulating, and just last night we saw leaked shots of the phone. This afternoon it was finally announced,… Read more

Gmail for Android updated, mostly benefits Honeycomb tablets

Android users on Ice Cream Sandwich have benefitted from a better Gmail app, but Google isn’t leaving users on previous Android versions behind. A new update is now available for the app via Google Play, and it brings many goodies. Honeycomb users benefit the most, receiving the same UI as the Ice Cream Sandwich version. Here’s the full rundown: Android… Read more

Samsung Conquer 4G receiving minor update

The Samsung Conquer 4G is one of those phones we tend to forget about pretty quickly, as it features mid-range specs and is focused at a budget market. Sprint hasn’t forgotten about the handset though, and is now sending it an update. The biggest part of the update is the “security fix”. In other words, Sprint is wiping the existence of Carrier IQ right off… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note in Ceramic now available in Canada

Our friends to the North in Canada haven’t been able to get a Ceramic (or white) Galaxy Note, despite the phone being available for a couple weeks now. Anyone holding off for the Ceramic version has to wait no longer, as Samsung has just announced availability of it for Telus, Rogers and Bell. Pricing remains the same at $200 on three-year contract. Who… Read more

SparkNotes hits Android, makes book reports that much easier

Next time you see a high school student in the US school system, ask them what they did their last book report on. Follow that up with “did you use SparkNotes?” and the odds are they probably did. For those unfamiliar with SparkNotes, it’s a website that provides helpful guides and chapter summaries to just about any book in existence. Pair that with lazy… Read more