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The UK will get the Nexus 7 at the same time as the U.S., but will pay more for the device.
One Galaxy SIII owner has had to have his phone replaced after it caught fire while he was driving.
Samsung is giving UK users free access to an app that will help them make the move from the iPhone to a Galaxy device.
Chief of Foxconn's parent company says the iPhone 5 will shame the Galaxy SIII.
U.S. residents have a chance at taking home a Samsung Android tablet. Enter now!
ARM announced a new version of its Mali GPU architecture. The new 450 MP model is positioned above the existing 400 MP product and promises twice the performance of that chip.
Samsung has announced plans to bring ticketless technology to UK festivals and music events this year.
The A510 is kitted out and ready for the Olympics.
Samsung adds a little Olympic flavor to European Galaxy S IIIs.
Here's your daily dose of deals to make your Wednesday afternoon go by a little bit faster.
Never mind quad-core, is questioning dual-core chips with Android.
Asus' Padfone gets another docking station accessory.
The upcoming Wikipad gaming tablet will feature Nvidia's Tegra 3.
Asus has taken the wraps off three rather unusual computers at Computex in Taipei.
Intel and Orange's San Diego gets the benchmarking treatment a week ahead of its launch.
Europe to get its first taste of Android-flavored Medfield next week.
ViewSonic will be showing a 22-inch Android tablet at the upcoming Computex tradeshow in Taipei.
One of the most well-known internet payments sites is branching out into the real world.
Lenovo is releasing a lightweight Android tablet in early June sporting "amped up" multimedia features.
There is a good chance that Asus will we unveiling a new Transformer tablet at Computex tomorrow.
A benchmark result on Rightware's Power Board points to an Asus-made Google tablet.
LG debuts its answer to Apple's Retina Display.
Despite delays in some regions, Samsung's Galaxy S III is finally on sale.
Just in time for the Galaxy S III launch, Samsung's celebrating the launch of several new pop-up stores around London.
An incentive to line up early.
Prepare yourself for Tegra 3 plus LTE.
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