Galaxy Nexus has appeared in some shape or form on a daily basis well before it was even announced, and today that continues. We first told you back in October about the sign-up page for details on the Galaxy Nexus right at Samsung.com but today it has changed a bit. Instead of just offerings news and updates it now exclusively states Verizon Wireless. Maybe an announcement with availability is coming soon.
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.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 as well as the Galaxy Player 5.0 and 4.0 media devices. We've seen plenty of these over the past few weeks as well as full Tab 8.9 pre-order information. Today we have full details and the Galaxy Tab 8.9 will be available starting October 2nd.
HTC Jetstream so whoever bought it might finally have 4G coverage soon, although only in a few markets at first.
hired by Samsung Mobile. While this is amazing news and everyone is most likely happy for Steve I've seen plenty of comments as of late that some are worried this might affect CyanogenMod as a whole.
might be halted in Australia but quickly learned they will continue as planned and go on sale shortly.
first reported about being made specifically for women and lately it has been receiving a little attention. We have seen it a few times over the past few weeks and just last week it cleared the FCC. Now the device is out in the wild and most likely will be released sooner than later.
Motorola Defy gets replaced. Today Motorola has announced the New Defy+ with a few beefed up specifications to handle every type of situation. From mud and water, to browsing and gaming. Just like the first model the Defy + keeps its same rugged water resistant, scratch resistant and dust proof design while getting a boost in the hardware department.
hitting the FCC rocking those 4G LTE speeds. Pantech isn't known for higher end smartphones and are relatively new to the Android scene but a LTE device would be a great way to get going here.