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Samsung Galaxy Note Unveiled, 5.3″ High-Res HD Display, 1.4 Ghz Dual-Core and more

Live in Berlin, Germany, here at IFA 2011 Samsung has just unveiled their next product line and the evolution of mobile devices. They are calling this the Samsung Galaxy Note. With the Note you can do more, and see more all on the go with one device. Bringing together a perfect blend of Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets with a touch of pen and paper all rolled into one we have the Samsung Galaxy Note. Anyone see a stylus?

Samsung Galaxy S II AT&T Featured Apps App Hands-On [Video]

Beyond what we've seen thus far in what new apps we'll be getting to see on these USA versions of the Galaxy S II, there are a sparse (and perhaps thankfully sparse) few additional new apps to behold on each of the devices. One app that we're refreshingly GLAD to see added to the lineup comes on AT&T's version of the Galaxy S II, an app called "Featured Apps", it being an extremely simple system for AT&T to be showing off applications that it suggests specifically to the device it's featured on, thereby helping the (perhaps new) owner with finding out with what their device is capable of.

Toshiba Excite Ultra-Thin Tablet Pictured at IFA

A few days ago we mentioned a new Toshiba Tablet was on the way but this time around it would be much thinner than the Toshiba Thrive. We saw a few pictures earlier this week but today from IFA the real deal was officially on hand and we have pictures. This is the new ultra-thin Toshiba Excite Tablet.

MIUI Xiaomi MI-One Phone Now Shipping

This week the guys at MIUI have finally started shipping the MI-One smartphone in China with more locations coming soon. In case you've not been following along MIUI is the extremely popular custom ROM developers for Android and they've recently announced and are now launching their very own Android phone. Complete with their own custom version of Android 2.3.4 pre-installed, something I wish CyanogenMod would do too.

Samsung to Unveil Upgraded Galaxy S II at IFA

We are hearing a few different things here as of late and now new reports are stating that Samsung is all set to unveil a new and upgraded Samsung Galaxy S II device, or maybe the Galaxy S II Plus. I can't see this happening when the U.S. still hasn't even received the SGSII to begin with but we are hearing an upgraded model rocking 4G LTE and more will be announced.

NVIDIA Announces Tegra Zone Website for all your HD gaming needs

Today NVIDIA has just announced the new TegraZone.com, a brand new website dedicated to mobile gaming on your favorite Tegra-powered superphones and tablets, and the companion site to the Tegra Zone Android app. Along with the official website launch NVIDIA has also updated the Tegra Zone Android app with new features and a brand new game called Sprinkle. See our full review of the new game here.

Samsung Galaxy S II “Big in America” Ad Released

The folks at Samsung have released a brand new advertisement for the Samsung Galaxy S II, aka one of the best selling phones in history, showing it off in several places in the world ending up letting us know that it's coming to the USA soon! It's big in Europe, it's big in Asia, it's big all over the world they say, "and soon it will be big in America." Is this again some indication that the Samsung Unpacked at IFA 2011 trailers were indeed speaking about something having to do with the Samsung Galaxy S II or an upgrade? We shall see!

LG Thrill 4G Appears in Target Ad, Listed at just $79

We aren't really sure what AT&T and LG are doing with the LG Thrill 4G (or Thrill 3D) or whatever they are calling this phone, but we are seeing that awesome $79.99 sale price appearing again. The LG Thrill 4G was originally known as the Optimus 3D and you can see our review here. The Thrill 4G was supposed to launch on August 7th over at RadioShack and was even advertized by AT&T for $99 coming early August.

Motorola Photon 4G Bootloader Unlock Available Now

Over the weekend some crafty developers unlocked the Motorola Photon 4G's bootloader. The pudding, as the developers of the method like to call it, comes courtesy of the same method used to free the Motorola Atrix not too long ago. We're still waiting on a long term solution from Motorola, but for now we'll take the unlocked bootloader however we can get it.
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