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Samsung Galaxy Note III confirmed with quad and 8-core models

By now the amount of rumors and speculation have been by the truckloads, but we're hearing a few more "confirmed" details surrounding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note III. Previous reports and benchmarks revealed Qualcomm's quad-core would be under the hood, but today SamMobile has confirmed it will indeed be the 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800, along with 3GB of RAM. This phone will be a beast.

Nexus 7 factory images and binaries posted

Google has posted the factory image and binaries for the new Nexus 7. The files are available by way of the Google Developers page and are listed as being for the 2013 Nexus 7 under the codename of "razor." As one would have expected, the factory image file is labeled as being Android 4.3 with JSS15J. This file clocks in at 340MB in size.

Nexus 7 factory image issues have Jean-Baptiste Quéru “quitting AOSP”

It looks like there has been some recent change in the world of Android. Well, not so much in terms of the operating system and day-to-day use, but for Jean-Baptiste Quéru who has recently taken to Google+ with a posting about how he is quitting AOSP. Aside from this most recent comment, JBQ has recently made a few interesting comments on Twitter and it seems this all stems from an issue with the Nexus 7 factory images.

LG G2 hands-on: everything you need to know

This afternoon the folks from LG have just announced and detailed their new flagship G2 smartphone, and it's quite impressive. We knew it was coming, but LG has come out swinging here full of new features and software tweaks aside from offering a top-tier smartphone to rival the best of the best. Yes we have a 2.3 GHz quad-core processor and the world's thinnest 5.2-inch 1080p HD display, but you'll want to hear everything else LG is offering as well. Here's everything you need to know.

LG G2 official: 5.2-inch HD display, quad-core, and 3,000 mAh battery

Last week was all about Motorola with their new take on the smartphone, and today it is time for LG to show us what they've been working on. Live in New York City LG has officially unveiled their all-new LG G2 smartphone. The spec war is certainly still going here, with this device coming in right between a Galaxy S4 and a Galaxy Note II. More details on this 5.2-inch 1080p quad-core powerhouse are coming in as we speak.