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Samsung Transfix On Cricket

Cricket and Samsung have announced the Transfix, a new Android-based messaging smartphone and the Transfix should appeal to texting fanatics with its four-row, slide-out keyboard and 3.2-inch touchscreen. Powered by an 800MHz processor, the Transfix runs a vanilla version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It also has a 3.2 megapixel camera and the…
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Verizon Wireless, Sprint And AT&T Brings Motorola LAPDOCK 100

Lapdock 100 brings a Webtop IQ boost to Moto phones on Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T. The laptop features a 10.1-inch screen, keyboard with dedicated Android keys, touchpad, multi-tasking and tabbed web-browsing via WiFi or your phone's data plan. You are allowed full Firefox browser, Adobe Flash, Quick Office, Google Docs and a PC-esque File…
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Galaxy Nexus Launch Delayed For Jobs’ Death

Samsung & Google has delayed the launch of their next smartphone device Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The reason is death of Steve Jobs. We all were hoping that it will launch on Samsung Unpacked event at CTIA on October 11. Now they made an annoucment of their product lauching delay.
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Galaxy Tab 10.1 To hit Best Buy

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is appears that Best Buy has now posted a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 page on their website, although offering very little else. Apparently the page also only shows the black version of the tablet so it’s not clear if Best Buy will offer the white model and confirm the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will come out to play with Android…
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Blio Revolutionary E-Reading Software Application

Blio e-reading software still alive and it will come preloaded on T-Mobile Android devices.Baker & Taylor providing T-Mobile customers with rich digital media content from thousands of today's top publishers as well as robust storefront and interactive and enhanced e-reading experience via Blio which is developed by K-NFB Reading…
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Verizon 4G LTE Will Cover 147 US Cities

Verizon Wireless is promising to add 59 more markets to its 4G LTE network by the end of 2011 and total to 147 if you count the 39 markets launched in December and the 49 more the carrier.Those new markets span just about the entire US and they build on the initial group of 39 markets which already covers some 110 million people...........
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