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Motorola XOOM 2 and Spyder leaked photos appear

Motorola XOOM 2 and Spyder leaked photos appear

When a leaked set of photos of a device, or in this case two devices: the Motorola Spyder (aka DROID RAZR) and XOOM 2, are released with carrier logos splayed across them, it generally means that release time is near. We've learned this year that this isn't always true, but on the whole we can judge a leak by its cover. Here what we're seeing is a brand new handset and a second-generation tablet on the way straight out of the generally-ok photo takers hands. Motorola, will you bring the heat inside 2011?

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Nexus Prime name and release leaked by Samsung

Nexus Prime name and release leaked by Samsung

This week in the UK the Samsung Galaxy S II was awarded Phone of the Year by T3, and there the person accepting the award, UK Samsung Sales Director Andrew Glass, let loose the official name for the next Google hero phone: Nexus Prime. This normally wouldn't be such a big deal for a smartphone, but when it comes to it being the platform of choice for google's next big Android update Ice Cream Sandwich, we've just gotta know! So thusly there it is, Nexus Prime, and according the Glass again, we'll be seeing it SOON.

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus photos caught on Google+

Samsung Galaxy Nexus photos caught on Google+

Photos apparently taken on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus have been spotted on Google+, with two Google engineers sharing images that, according to the EXIF data, were shot by the currently unannounced handset. Stills taken by Roman Kirillov and Chris Yerga list "Galaxy Nexus" under camera, though Google+ default resizing of uploaded shots to 3-megapixels mean we can't see the full quality the new Googlephone is capable of.

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Galaxy S III leaked via Samsung evolution chart

Galaxy S III leaked via Samsung evolution chart

What you're about to see is a chart reportedly leaked from a Samsung internal presentation that shows off a 2012 release by the name of Galaxy S III. For those of you still reeling from the recent release of the USA editions of the Galaxy S II, (with T-Mobile's coming out this week), you might think - how could they release the next generation so soon? Well, ladies and gentlemen, because the Galaxy S II has been out internationally since early this year and by all means, it's time to refresh! Technology in the mobile sector is moving so fast that your device is outdated by the time you turn it on, and Samsung's right here on the cuff. Let's have a look!

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus aka Nexus Prime caught on video

Samsung Galaxy Nexus aka Nexus Prime caught on video

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus (aka Nexus Prime) has apparently leaked on video, with the first live shot of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone emerging ahead of its official launch next Tuesday. The video shows the 4.65-inch Android handset in action, according to the video uploaded by Mobilissimo, while screenshots purportedly from the Galaxy Nexus seemingly confirm that Ice Cream Sandwich will be Android 4.0.

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Galaxy Nexus Google Hero Phone, now with much more ideal specs

Galaxy Nexus Google Hero Phone, now with much more ideal specs

Everyone loves idillic specs on their yet-unannounced gadgets, that's why when we heard this morning's news about the Android-laden Galaxy Nexus having a 5-megapixel camera and a Verizon exclusive deal, we just weren't satisfied - thus we found our OWN source, one with a much better outlook on things. Everyone has these unnamed inside-scoop-having officials that they like to toss around, so we figured, hey, lets get a few of our own! That said, it appears that there are a few conflicting stories out there today popping up since this morning's "leak", not all of them ours - see what you think!

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Google Docs enhanced for Android tablets

Google Docs enhanced for Android tablets

It was less than a year ago that Android first saw the official Google Docs app, and just this week we're seeing, for the first time, tablet optimization. When you've got a bigger screen, you've got much more room to add columns, rows, bigger content, and MORE content. That's what the folks at Google know, and that's what they've delivered. Experience for yourself the loveliness of the official Google presentation of a large-format Google Docs on tablets.

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