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Liquipel Skins debut as protection from physical damage

Liquipel Skins debut as protection from physical damage

Liquipel is known for its unique method of waterproofing gadgets that sprays an invisible protective coating over devices and in crevices. However, the company is branching away from that and is launching a new line of products called Skins, which are essentially protective cases that prevent damage from happening due to drops.

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Facebook Home delivered to Google Play – available for Android now

Facebook Home delivered to Google Play – available for Android now

If you've got one of the few smartphones compatible with Facebook Home (the app) here at the launch, you're in luck! It's out now, available for download from the Google Play app store and it's completely free. Devices that can download and use Facebook Home right this minute include the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Note II, HTC One X, and HTC One X+ (everyone else is currently out of luck.)

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AT&T drops Samsung GALAXY S 3 price on contract plan

AT&T drops Samsung GALAXY S 3 price on contract plan

In case you were too busy watching (or dodging) the April Fool's hoopla that abounded yesterday, you might have missed this tidbit: AT&T lowered the price of its GALAXY S 3 handset, no doubt in preparation of the S 4 set to hit shelves in the coming weeks. If you've been planning to update your Galaxy smartphone but aren't keen on jumping straight to the recently announced flagship, here's your change to get prime hardware at a discounted rate.

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Android 5.0 reportedly coming to Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note II

Android 5.0 reportedly coming to Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note II

Android 5.0 (rumored to be named Key Lime Pie) hasn't been officially announced yet, but it's already rumored to be coming to the now-last-generation Samsung Galaxy S III, as well as the Galaxy Note II. Furthermore, it's also said that the Galaxy S II and the original Galaxy Note will eventually be receiving the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update.

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Samsung Galaxy S III rumored for purple color option in April

Samsung Galaxy S III rumored for purple color option in April

The new Galaxy S 4 may have been unveiled last week, but that doesn't seem to be stopping Samsung and carriers from marketing its current flagship, the Galaxy S III. It's rumored that a new color option will be available for the device starting in April. Users will be able to pick purple, along with the current pebble blue and marble white options, as well as a few other options exclusive to different carriers.

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 vs GALAXY S III

Samsung GALAXY S 4 vs GALAXY S III

The Samsung GALAXY S 4 is official, and now that we got our hands on the new device, it's time to see how it compares to Samsung's previous Galaxy S handset, the Galaxy S III. Obviously the GALAXY S 4 is an improvement over its predecessor in almost every way, but what exactly has changed here? Let's take a look.

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Samsung Galaxy S III to be updated with wireless charging and HD display

Samsung Galaxy S III to be updated with wireless charging and HD display

Samsung's Galaxy S III has sold massive quantities, hitting the 30 million mark back in November 2012. In light of this, the Korean company will be releasing an updated version of the handset, something it has done with other smartphones for smaller markets. The updated version will include, among other things, an HD display.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Note III specifications battle: very unofficial

Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Note III specifications battle: very unofficial

As Samsung gains a whirlwind of attention this week before its big Samsung Galaxy S4 event on the 14th, (one week from today), both the S4 and the Note III have been given some rather impressive unofficial specification sets. The details we're about to compare are not official and have not been confirmed by Samsung in any way. On the other hand, you can count on most or all of them due to the relatively predictable incremental steps every technology company takes when releasing products in a highly popular brand line.

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Samsung Galaxy S III security issue provides lock screen bypass

Samsung Galaxy S III security issue provides lock screen bypass

It all started when Terence Eden discovered a bug that allowed someone to briefly access the home screen on a Galaxy Note II. Following the method to take advantage of the bug, another individual named Sean McMillan discovered another method that allows complete access to the handset's home screen, and not just for the Galaxy Note II. He reportedly tested the method on three Galaxy S III handsets, and it worked on each of them.

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Apple and Samsung add array of devices to patent lawsuit

Apple and Samsung add array of devices to patent lawsuit

It has been a while since we last heard about the patent war between Apple and Samsung, but that doesn't mean the two companies haven't been busy going at each other. Earlier today, it was ruled that both companies can introduce new gadgets into their ongoing lawsuit, including the iPhone 5 and Galaxy Note II. Both sides claim the other's gadgets infringe on its patents.

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Pelican offers protection for Galaxy S III with two new cases

Pelican offers protection for Galaxy S III with two new cases

Amid the chaos of CES 2013, we discovered that Pelican is plotting to enter the mobile case business. The company was showing off cases for the iPhone 5 and iPad, but it also had two cases for the Samsung Galaxy S III on hand and ready to show off. The cases we saw for the Galaxy S III were certainly impressive, and if you find other protective cases a bit too bulky, you might want to give these a look.

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Samsung Galaxy S III with LTE rumored for T-Mobile

Samsung Galaxy S III with LTE rumored for T-Mobile

Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III smartphone has been available for some time now, but it's still one of the best Android devices out there, and carriers are still promoting it as one of their elite devices to choose from. Case in point, it's rumored that T-Mobile will be outing an LTE version of the Galaxy S III sometime next year.

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