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Verizon Galaxy Nexus phones arriving in stores, rumors still suggest December 9th

Here we go guys, Verizon is finally starting to maybe get ready to make some noise with the Galaxy Nexus. For all those awaiting its arrival the time may finally be coming. We are now seeing actual hardware devices and retail packaging for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus arriving in Verizon Wireless retail stores thanks to a tip from XDA Developers. Hopefully I can convince the pretty blonde at my local Verizon store to sell me one early -- I'll be taking flowers with me later today for good measure.

Google Music “These Go to Eleven” Announcement coming November 16th

Well folks, we just received word right from Google of an upcoming event that will clearly be about Google Music. It looks like the time has finally come and Google will be announcing and showing the world what they have in store for Google Music. If the "These Go to Eleven" didn't ring a bell for anyone, think Spinal Tap. If you don't know what that is I suggest you Google that, and enjoy it. Recent Google Music pages pointed to a music store coming to the Android Market, but we'll all know the details come next week.

Motorola DROID RAZR official: LTE speed in a svelte slate

After many, many leaks, Motorola has finally unveiled its latest flagship phone at a joint event with Verizon in New York City. The Gingerbread-powered device revives a classic Motorola nomenclature: they're calling it the DROID RAZR after the drool-inducing flip phone of years past. The skinny 4.3-inch slate will be Motorola's new flagship phone after the somewhat underwhelming BIONIC, and one of the most high-profile phones to use Verizon's 4G LTE network. Chief among the new features is an armored Kevlar construction, a first in a mainstream phone.

HTC Media Event set for September 20th, something new coming

HTC is passing around some special invitations to their next big media event, and it's all set to begin on September 20th where we are invited to celebrate with them in style. This is just hitting the wires and we are already starting to wonder what they might be showcasing coming up on the 20th. The HTC Jetstream was just released, and they have a few Windows Phone devices coming but I have a feeling this will be all Android.

HTC Investing $300 Million into Beats Audio, Could this be the big News?

All sorts of suggestions and rumors have been floating around since we first heard HTC was planning a major announcement tomorrow. We quickly heard they had something big they would reveal tomorrow morning to the masses but instead of a press release or something of that nature they are having a conference call live with HTC CEO Peter Chou. We have just heard the news might not be a special new tablet, or the next big smartphone -- instead it could be that they are partnering with Beats Audio.

HTC will be making a “Major Announcement” Tomorrow Morning

HTC just sent over a little tip warning us that they have a major announcement they plan to reveal early tomorrow morning, That is August 11th. CEO Peter Chou will be conducting a teleconference in Los Angeles, and that's about all we know. This comes as a surprise because we haven't heard anything as of late or seen anything large leaked that may be announced tomorrow but we have a few ideas running around up stairs.

HTC Status Announced for AT&T, Here comes the Facebook Phone

In case you missed it HTC has been brewing what some have been calling a "Facebook Phone" and today HTC and AT&T have officially announced that it will indeed be headed to the U.S. cleverly named the HTC Status. You have probably seen the HTC ChaCha name a few times and they are basically twins. Feel free to check out our man Chris Davies review of the HTC ChaCha for a better idea of the hardware.

ASUS EeePad MeMO Announced, Coming This Summer

We all expected it, and now it's official. ASUS has gone an announced their upcoming 7-inch tablet today at their press conference in Las Vegas. The upcoming tablet will be heavily cloud-based as ASUS shifts its focus on cloud-based computing for 2011.
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