Author Archives: Cory Gunther

Cory Gunther is currently an associate editor for SlashGear and senior editor for Android Community. Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, he's responsible for all things Android on both sites, and never leaves the house without a few smartphones and a tablet. You can follow him on Twitter, or keep up with him on Google+

Apple iOS 6 released

Apple iOS 6 released

Good news folks! Apple has just opened the flood gates and released the official version of iOS 6 today for the world. You diehard Apple fans have probably been running iOS 6 from the beta, or GM release a few weeks ago, but today the final version is rolling out and available right this minute for all those iDevices.

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Samsung Galaxy Note II announced for all major US carriers

Samsung Galaxy Note II announced for all major US carriers

Samsung has just announced some excellent news folks. We had a feeling this was coming but this morning Samsung's confirmed their new and impressive Galaxy Note II smartphone phablet will be arriving on all major US carriers, starting in November. The Galaxy Note II will launch nationwide on all carriers just like the smaller Galaxy S III.

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LG’s Optimus G flagship superphone heading to the US by November

LG’s Optimus G flagship superphone heading to the US by November

Yesterday the folks from LG finally officially announced and released their new flagship Android smartphone, the LG Optimus G, for the Korean market. Today however LG has confirmed this new flagship smartphone will be headed to the US by November. If you loved that quad-core processor and 13 megapixel camera then don't worry, because it's coming to a US carrier soon.

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Twentieth Century Fox inks deal to bring over 600 titles to Google Play

Twentieth Century Fox inks deal to bring over 600 titles to Google Play

Google's ecosystem of music and movies has been growing at a fast pace, but today Google announced another deal to bring over 600 movies and TV shows to the Google Play Store and YouTube. Google and 20th Century Fox have been in discussions since July and are finally bringing their content to Android.

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HTC teases Windows Phone 8 device for tomorrow’s event

HTC teases Windows Phone 8 device for tomorrow’s event

When HTC sent out invites for their event set to take place in NYC tomorrow, September 19th, they were extremely light on details and didn't reveal any sort of teaser -- save for the odd design on the bottom of the invites. Today however they've just piqued our interest with a quick photo on their Facebook page.

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iPad Mini leaks: Launch imminent?

iPad Mini leaks: Launch imminent?

Now that all the hype and leaks of the iPhone 5 have calmed down it's time to focus on the iPad Mini. Between all the accurate leaks of the iPhone 5, as well as the increasingly large amount of photos and details about the 7.8-inch iPad Mini we are feeling pretty good about the image below. What is it? Purportedly the first image of a fully functioning iPad Mini.

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AT&T facing net neutrality complaint over 3G Facetime

AT&T facing net neutrality complaint over 3G Facetime

With the introduction of iOS 6 for the iPhone and iPad came the awesome announcement of Facetime video chat over 3G. Quickly after that appeared news dropped regarding AT&T charging additional fees for such usage. While they denied it initially, the end result is clear. Today a trio of public interest groups have filed a formal complaint with the FCC over AT&T's fees.

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McLaren P1 Supercar unveiled before Paris Auto Show debut

McLaren P1 Supercar unveiled before Paris Auto Show debut

This morning McLaren has just teased the world by releasing the first three official photos of their new McLaren P1 supercar. The McLaren P1 will be known as the successor to the wildly popular F1, and again be aiming for Automotive greatness. If you love cars the image below should surely get you excited for what's coming soon.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: September 18, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: September 18, 2012

This morning you'll be greeted with lots of exciting news here at SlashGear. It was a big day today for the folks at Intel who announced their new Motorola RAZR i with Intel inside. On the other side of the smartphone spectrum those iPhone 5 orders are still selling like hot cakes you better hurry and order one soon.

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LG Optimus G QSlide picture-in-picture hands-on

LG Optimus G QSlide picture-in-picture hands-on

LG's next generation smartphone was unveiled today, and while we've been enjoying the features and brilliant 4.7-ich IPS+ display on their new Optimus G smartphone the various new features they added were worth a quick mention. One in particular is LG's new picture-in-picture mode dubbed "QSlide" which essentially shows two screens simultaneously.

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LG Optimus G vs the quad-core competition

LG Optimus G vs the quad-core competition

LG has just officially announced their all new Optimus G superphone in Korea complete with a brand new 4.7-inch TrueHD IPS+ display and a powerful quad-core processor that is the first of its kind. The first thing that came to our mind was how the Galaxy S III, HTC One X, and others will fair against this new beast so lets break it down.

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iTunes 10.7 available now with iOS 6 and new device support

iTunes 10.7 available now with iOS 6 and new device support

Today Apple unleashed a slew of awesome products to the world and they are all running on their new and improved iOS 6. While they mentioned a brand new and awesomely overhauled iTunes 11 coming later in October, today they've pushed an incremental update out to support all their new goodies.

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