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T-Mobile to offer free 4G phones this Saturday, as a Valentine’s Day promo

T-Mobile to offer free 4G phones this Saturday, as a Valentine’s Day promo

When it comes to that special someone in your life, nothing says "I love you" quite like a new phone. Actually, what it really says is, "Hey guess what? We have to stay together for another two years or we're both going to end up on The People's Court over a cell phone bill dispute." Ah, Valentine's Day. So T-Mobile has a great promotion available one day only, on February 11, to get you in that commitment spirit that only the middle of February can bring.

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Samsung SuperBowl misses gigantic opportunity, fails socially

Samsung SuperBowl misses gigantic opportunity, fails socially

As Samsung's series of Apple-crushing advertisements came to a conclusion (or so they say) at the SuperBowl, Twitter filleted the finale as a terrible final note. This advertisement for many was their first look at the Galaxy Note, a device which has been out overseas for several months not, it having a gigantic display, the power of the Galaxy S II, and a stylus. The commercials made by Samsung in this same vein up until now were praised for their ability to capture the viewer and make simple sense to both Android and iPhone users - according to Twitter users, Samsung threw that winning formula out the window completely for the final installment.

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Samsung Galaxy S III just 7mm thick tip insiders

Samsung Galaxy S III just 7mm thick tip insiders

Samsung's Galaxy S III could launch as early as May 2012 and be just 7mm thick, according to South Korean sources, with the quadcore Android 4.0 smartphone testing all its creator's manufacturing expertise. The follow-up to the Galaxy S II had to be slimmer than the 8.49mm best-seller, Samsung apparently decided in March 2011, setting out to use 10- to 20-percent thinner components and a shaved-down PCB, ETNews reports, though the 8-megapixel camera will present a bump on the profile.

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Samsung Galaxy ICS smartphone press photo leak faked

Samsung Galaxy ICS smartphone press photo leak faked

Today a photo of a seemingly brand new smartphone from Samsung running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and teasing a Mobile World Congress 2012 release has been leaked. This photos is fake, and here's why: the pixels simply do not line up. As our friend Michael Crider from Android Community makes clear, there's not only Photoshop related breaks in the reality of this image, there's clues in the code we know to be true that cuts down the legitimacy of this beast as well.

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Samsung Galaxy S III to skip MWC 2012 claim insiders

Samsung Galaxy S III to skip MWC 2012 claim insiders

Samsung's Galaxy S III, the much-anticipated successor to the flagship Galaxy S II, won't be making a Mobile World Congress debut according to new rumors, with the Korean company holding off until later in 2012 to reveal the smartphone. Both BestBoyz and The Verge are reporting that Samsung will not bring the GSIII to Barcelona next month, with suggestions that there are currently at least two issues with the handset that have impacted the release date.

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Samsung continues the iPhone burn ad series with Voice Typing

Samsung continues the iPhone burn ad series with Voice Typing

There's nothing like a good burn to start off your Tuesday afternoon, that being exactly what Samsung has aimed at doing today as they release their next in a long line of burns on the iPhone with the Galaxy S II. As this particular video spot shows, the Samsung Galaxy S II running Android has the ability to translate your voice into text and send a text message without a hitch, this much to the dismay of a very chilly customer whose iPhone does not do the same. When he steps in the hipster clothing store it all becomes rather apparent where his heart lies.

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Samsunged ad continues Samsung Galaxy S II iPhone war

Samsunged ad continues Samsung Galaxy S II iPhone war

In another advertisement released by Samsung to attest to the power of the Galaxy S II in the face of what they would call the clearly inferior iPhone, the new term "Samsunged" pops up to dice the love felt between Apple lovers in line for The Next Big Thing. Of course Samsung lets us know that The Next Big Thing is already here with the Galaxy S II in its many iterations, the people in line waiting for an absolution that Samsung says will never come. In addition, we're to understand that this and the rest of the similar Next Big Thing ads will culminate in a major spot during the 2012 Super Bowl on February 5th.

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Samsung: 1-in-10 South Koreans have GSII, but no HD model for UK

Samsung: 1-in-10 South Koreans have GSII, but no HD model for UK

Samsung's Galaxy S II series goes from strength to strength, with the company now claiming that one in ten of all people in South Korea now own the smartphone. Around 5m of the handsets have apparently been sold in the company's home country, making the device one of Samsung's most popular ever. However, Samsung has also confirmed that it has no plans of bringing the Galaxy S II HD to the UK, contrary to suggestions from retailers earlier this week.

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Apple demands Galaxy phone/tablet ban as Samsung seeks iPhone chip contracts

Apple demands Galaxy phone/tablet ban as Samsung seeks iPhone chip contracts

Apple and Samsung are back at each other's throats today, with Apple filing ten injunctions against the Korean company's smartphone range in Europe, while Samsung is demanding access to Apple's contract with Qualcomm. Samsung has been accused of violating Apple design patents with ten handsets and five tablets, the Dusseldorf, Germany court confirmed to Bloomberg today, with the Cupertino company hoping to block all fifteen devices from sale in Europe.

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