Nokia executive takes a jab at Samsung on Twitter.
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Check out what's been going on over on Tom's Guide this past week!
With the launch of a new Note comes a big milestone.
Acer's CloudMobile smartphone looks to be launching in a couple of weeks.
Could Apple and Samsung finally come to a settlement agreement?
Samsung's new 10.1-inch Android tablet will be available as of Thursday, starting at $499 USD.
This model has a slightly beefier set of specs over the previous generation to handle the 4G LTE connectivity.
Sprint has announced the official availability of its first LTE-enabled smartphone with a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
We hate long goodbyes, don't you?
Sony is finally going to launch PlayStation Mobile, but don't expect to see additional PS One Classics on your Certified device.
Mysterious black Galaxy S III turns up on UK mobile store.
The Shack will reportedly dip into the pay-as-you-go sector with the launch of RadioShack Mobile.
All three Nook readers are now selling for under $199, including the 16 GB Nook Tablet.
Motorola Mobility is trimming the fat to lighten the load for the road ahead.
A fun new way to launch your favorite birds around.
Turn your smartphone into a PSVita-like device!
Verizon defends why its tiered Share Everything plans are priced so weird.
If you didn't catch Ouya's Kickstarter, you can still preorder from the console's official website.
Looks like those Best Buy customers may have been able to distinguish the Galaxy Tab from the iPad after all.
The Ouya Android console will come packed with support for XBMC, iHeartRadio, VEVO and TuneIn Radio.
Best Buy is expected to sell a tablet/keyboard bundle of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 in a few weeks for $249 USD.
One month on, Ouya's Kickstarter funding wraps up
Samsung may license RIM's BlackBerry 10 OS.
Internal testing on Galaxy S III Jelly Bean port completed, public version coming soon.
Look out Siri, here comes Nuance's Nina!