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Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update leaks on video

Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update leaks on video

The official Samsung-made Android 4.1 Jelly Bean software update for the Galaxy S III appears to have been filmed by a user whose gotten their hands on the build this week. The final update will not be sent out to users officially until August 29th, but right here and now we can see where the manufacturer has gotten in their journey towards finality. This update includes Google Now, a brand new updated notifications pulldown menu, and a slightly updated set of aesthetics.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 vs iPad 3rd Gen

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 vs iPad 3rd Gen

This week Samsung is officially presenting their final release version of the Galaxy Note 10.1, a tablet which brings a unique battle to Apple's iPad. The newest version of the iPad is the 3rd generation of said device, it toting one massive battery, a "retina" quality display, and a classic minimalistic design. The Galaxy Note 10.1 brings with it an "S-Pen" stylus tool which docks with the device itself, an IR-blaster to connect with your HDTV, and front-facing speakers for fabulous all-in-one entertainment.

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Black Samsung Galaxy S III spotted at T-Mobile

Black Samsung Galaxy S III spotted at T-Mobile

If you saw the black edition of the Samsung Galaxy S III the other day and wondered when you might be able to get your hands on it in the United States, the answer might be “soon.” The black version of Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone has been spotted on T-Mobile’s website for all to enjoy, with what looks to be a glossy finish not unlike the white and blue versions of the phone. Jump onto the company’s website and you’ll be treated to a 360 degree spin of the black variant of the phone.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: August 14, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: August 14, 2012

Welcome to Tuesday, folks. It was a busy day today, and there's plenty of news to cover, so let's get right into it. It appears that the worldwide mobile phone market is falling a little bit year-over-year, and the Motorola DROID RAZR HD might be launching sometime in October. Fisker is currently at work investigating the fire that claimed one Karma EV over the weekend, and we received word of another EV catching fire during the Pikes Peak Hill Climb that took place in Colorado this past weekend as well.

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Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update tipped for August 29th

Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update tipped for August 29th

Information emerged a few weeks ago about Samsung’s Jelly Bean update plans for its current range of smartphones, indicating that the Galaxy S III was undergoing testing and that an update would be released early in the third quarter. Now an anonymous source speaking to GSMArena suggests that the Jelly Bean update is ready to go, and will be released on August 29th alongside the announcement of the Galaxy Note II.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: August 13, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: August 13, 2012

Another Monday is in the bag folks, so give yourselves a pat on the back. We're starting things off tonight by having a look at the latest iPhone rumors. Current whispers are telling us that pre-orders for the next iPhone will become available on September 12 - the same day that Apple is expected to reveal it - and that it'll become available at AT&T later on in the month. We also caught a glimpse of the reported logic board in the next iPhone, and it seems that this new logic board is leaving room for a larger battery and LTE capabilities.

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Galaxy S III gets a taste of Tech21 orange goo protection

Galaxy S III gets a taste of Tech21 orange goo protection

Now that the Samsung Galaxy S III is out on the market not only internationally but with each of the main five carriers here in the USA, it's time for the purveyors of next-level protection, Tech21, to grab hold. The group known as Tech21 lives in a world of Impactology in which they've demonstrated with us that the same orange mess we used to purchase as Silly Putty or Gak is made much more adult as a protection agent against - you guessed it - heavy impact. With this junk in the Snap Case for our Samsung Galaxy S III, we've nothing to fear from drops, tosses, or even bashes.

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Samsung’s smartphone Jelly Bean update plans detailed

Samsung’s smartphone Jelly Bean update plans detailed

The question on every smartphone owners lips when a new version of Android is released is always, “When is my device going to get it?” Manufacturers are often cautious in giving out exact timelines as phones and tablets need to be extensively tested before updates can be approved and rolled out. Sam Mobile has some information regarding Jelly Bean updates for the Galaxy S III, Galaxy S II, and the Galaxy Note, with Samsung seemingly busy behind the scenes testing each device.

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Samsung Mobile Unpacked invites unleashed for IFA 2012

Samsung Mobile Unpacked invites unleashed for IFA 2012

It's time to bring on the next generation of Samsung devices with "Pushing Boundaries" in the pipeline as the manufacturer of smartphones, tablets, televisions, cameras, and everything in between heads to IFA 2012. This event will take place on Thursday, August 30th at 11AM local time in Berlin, with "Samsung's full product lineup" ready for display immediately following. We'll be there with bells on, ladies and gentlemen, as we expect nothing less than mobile and much more giant devices to be revealed as it is at each Germany-based Unpacked event of the past.

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Samsung Music Hub pricing takes stab at iTunes and Google

Samsung Music Hub pricing takes stab at iTunes and Google

It's time for the real life launch of Samsung's own Music Hub, a streaming music application and service the software and hardware manufacturers hope will give them an edge against Apple's iTunes in the cloud and Google Music. It's not going to be easy contending with what Google has: a completely free service with connection to the Google Play store that users already use, and it's certainly going to be a challenge taking on the iPhone solution since the apps are both OS-exclusive. But what we've got here is a tried and true service that already exists in Europe - so why not make it a reality in the USA as well?

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T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note Review

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note Review

This week we've got our hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note as carried by T-Mobile in the USA - and with it we've got another home-run for the unique device team. Samsung took the time to create something unique in the Galaxy Note when it was first revealed for an international audience, and now the T-Mobile user base has the opportunity to use it on their favorite carrier. Is that the beginning and the end of it? Let's have a peek!

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