LG trashes tablets, decides to focus on smartphones

The folks from LG have announced some news lately that doesn't come as much surprise to me. Remember the LG G-Slate tablet? Yea I don't either. They released it way last year as one of the first Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets, and it still sits on Android 3.1 Honeycomb to this day. With almost no support whatsoever they've been focused heavily on their smartphones, and apparently that will be the focus moving forward.

Swype launches next-gen keyboard, available today [Hands-on]

After months of silence the extremely popular keyboard for Android is back today. I'm talking about Swype. One of the first 3rd party keyboards to really take off for Android has just hit the ground running this morning and announced their all new keyboard that they are calling "the next generation of Swype!" Now you can Swype, type, talk, or write all with a single keyboard. Check out our hands-on below.

Samsung drops two new TV ad spots, shows how awesome the Galaxy S III is

Samsung is about to unleash their new and improved Galaxy S III flagship smartphone to the US. It will be available starting tomorrow on AT&T, T-Mobile and more (although demand is causing delays) and now they are starting their big TV commercial push. We can expect to see plenty of advertising for the new phone, and the past two days we've seen two awesome ones appear so lets take a look.

Galaxy S III demand is high, AT&T ship date delayed a week too

It looks like all of the US carriers are selling the hot new Galaxy S III faster than Samsung can make them. The fact that they had to trash over a half a million blue models back covers could be part of this issue. Along with Verizon, T-Mobile, and the Now Network today AT&T has also delayed their launch from the 21st to the 28th when they get more product.

MightyText is like iMessage mixed with Google Voice

A pair of former Googlers has launched a new app called MightyText specifically for Android smartphone users. The developers of the app are Maneesh Arora and Amit Sangani and their app originally launched as a Chrome extension and gained popularity quickly. The success of that Chrome extension helped the duo raise $650,000 to build their new mobile app that has just recently launched.

Samsung Galaxy S III AT&T and T-Mobile Review

In the Samsung Galaxy S III we've got the best-selling smartphone line returning with a surprisingly reserved attack on our senses. That's not necessarily a bad thing. It appears as if Samsung has taken what they've sewn in the Galaxy S and the Galaxy S II (and every Galaxy in-between) and has created a device that's not taking a whole lot of risks, but instead is precision tuned beyond any of the manufacturer's past devices. What we'll be doing today in this review of the AT&T and T-Mobile versions of the Galaxy S III is looking at how the two different versions compare and at what it will mean to have two friends or associates using the devices together - in other words, we're going to see how well they share with one another.

Mugen Power releases Galaxy S III HDMI desk dock

The folks behind all those extended battery cases we've seen in the past -- Mugen Power -- have just released some new accessories and desktop docks for the popular Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone. Today they've posted up details on a few new options that include HDMI-Out, or a spare battery. More details can be found below.
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