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T-Mobile USA offers free copy of The Avengers to Samsung Galaxy S III owners

T-Mobile USA offers free copy of The Avengers to Samsung Galaxy S III owners

If you're the owner of a Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone on the T-Mobile USA network, and happen to like super heroes, you're going to love this. T-Mobile USA has announced that it, and Samsung are going to be enhancing features for all Galaxy S III smartphones on the T-Mobile network. That means new features will be added for both new buyers and existing customers.

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Galaxy Victory 4G LTE brings S III features to mid-range phone

Galaxy Victory 4G LTE brings S III features to mid-range phone

If you're looking to pick up a smartphone for your family member of choice that's got the sharing abilities of the newest family line of Samsung products but wont break your bank, the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE may be the item for you. Though we can't speak to its ability to actually connect to 4G LTE as it's not being carried by one of the two reliable networks we've worked with in the USA, $99.99 on a two-year contract might be a great deal for this Ice Cream Sandwich carrying 4-inch display toting Android smartphone appearing today.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: September 3rd, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: September 3rd, 2012

This morning we've got more Nokia than you'd be able to fit in a bomb shelter - most of it leaked, and most of it almost certain for a second (official) reveal later this week at the event they're holding in NYC with Microsoft - we'll be there! Have a peek at our Nokia tag portal to see our wrap-up of what we already "know" so far in just a bit, but for now, have a peek at the rest of the morning. Samsung starts off the show with a note on their Chinese working conditions noting that there aren't any underage workers in the plants that make their hardware, but there definitely have been a few cases of over-the-top overtime. Back at IFA, Samsung showed off a lovely collection of concepts from their inner universe of unreal not-quite-perfect notebooks, tablets, and everything in between - get to flipping!

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You might want to skip the Galaxy Note 2

You might want to skip the Galaxy Note 2

This month we're hearing rumors upon rumors that Samsung will be releasing their second full iteration of the Galaxy Note line with a "2" model toting a massive 5.5-inch display - but you might want to go ahead and skip it. We've been using the Samsung Galaxy Note - the first one - since it was released, and are now working quite actively with both the Galaxy Note 10.1 (the tablet-sized version of the device line) as well as the Samsung Galaxy S III. As it turns out, there might not be a need for yet another Samsung display size.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 USA Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 USA Review

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has reached the states with a collection of features and applicability for it's built-in S-Pen that the smaller Galaxy Note will be proud of. For those of you working with the Samsung Galaxy S III, this device continues the next-level connections the manufacturer has set up with AllShare. For those of you looking to upgrade from the original Galaxy Tab 10.1 with more power and better entertainment abilities, your prayers have been answered.

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Samsung stokes content-creation controversy with Note 10.1 promo

Samsung stokes content-creation controversy with Note 10.1 promo

Is your tablet for consuming content or for creating it? If you've been tracking the slate market for any time then you'll know that's a big question, and it's one Samsung has been quick to take sides on with the new Galaxy Note 10.1. A freshly-released promo video - which you can see after the cut - for the 10.1-inch quadcore Android tablet shows just how its digital stylus can be wielded during work, rest and play.

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Verizon Galaxy S III available today

Verizon Galaxy S III available today

Starting today you'll officially be able to order a Samsung Galaxy S III from Verizon, the last of the big 4 carriers to offer the device in the USA. This device is essentially the same as we've seen several times before on other carriers such at AT&T, T-Mobile, and internationally, but today you'll be able to order your own Verizon-carried device with 4G LTE. We've also got our own hands-on with the Verizon version complete with speed tests and first impressions.

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Samsung Galaxy S III hands-on with device-exclusive sharing

Samsung Galaxy S III hands-on with device-exclusive sharing

This week we've gotten the opportunity to take a peek at both the AT&T and the T-Mobile versions of the Samsung Galaxy S III, and in our exploration of said phone, its become apparent that Samsung wants everyone to do one thing: share! Three different sharing abilities will be explored here, each of them exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy S III in part or in whole. The first of these is S-Beam, Samsung's NFC-laden wireless transfer feature, while the other two rely on Wi-fi signals to make their abilities seem magic.

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Samsung Galaxy S III Review [AT&T & T-Mobile]

Samsung Galaxy S III Review [AT&T & T-Mobile]

Is the Samsung Galaxy S III the most anticipated Android smartphone in the US this year? Given the reaction to the 4.8-inch flagship's announcement - not to mention the pre-launch rumor and hype - and the subsequent furore around the European model, it's hard not to reach that conclusion. Set to launch on five US carriers near-simultaneously, the Galaxy S III has arrived in AT&T and T-Mobile form on the SlashGear testbench, hoping to convince us again with their 4G and potent processors. We've already reviewed - and loved - the European version of the Galaxy S III that went on sale earlier this month; read on to find out if the US phones can live up to expectations.

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