Google retail store chatter has surfaced. Last week we saw details coming from the 9to5Google blog and today we have further corroboration coming from The Wall Street Journal. Basically, the WSJ is reporting that Google "has been developing plans to launch retail stores."
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Samsung has announced that they'll be bringing their large buildings and R&D department to California and the ever so popular Silicon Valley once again. They've announced today that Samsung Semiconductor will be expanding operations in San Jose and opening two new facilities. One being over 1.1 million square feet. More details below.
Nexus 4 hasn't been the easiest phone to get your hands on, and stock hasn't been very "fulfilling" but it looks like that might be changing soon. We're hearing a few reports that T-Mobile stores nationwide are set to receive more inventory in the coming days. Online sales have sold out in minutes and the phones been elusive to say the least, but you might have better luck at a retail store soon.
Samsung's first Mobile Store. The Samsung Mobile Store opened its doors late last week, and though it isn't the first retail store for ol' Sammy, it is the first retail location to focus only on the company's mobile devices. This means that you can expect a ton of Android devices on display, among other things.
Apple's stores full of glass walls and gadgets are so popular it seems that everyone is trying to do the same. When I first heard HTC was opening stores I thought, no. Just no! Low and behold just like Samsung and and even Microsoft, HTC has just opened their own store although it's inside of another store in Hamburg, Germany.
Nexus 7 32GB leaks of some sort to share with you, and today is no different. The folks at Android Police have spotted even more listings for the fabled device, with the tablet making an appearance at two European retailers and Best Buy Canada. Are you convinced that the 32GB Nexus 7 exists yet?
AusDroid it looks like Sammy's on a role. They'll be opening up shop just a few doors down from Apple's main Australia retail store.
Samsung just cannot get away from angry Apple fans. Samsung has opened a new retail store in Vancouver, Canada - its first in North America - and apparently some can't help but draw comparisons and Apple's famous boutiques. Looking at the picture of this new Samsung Store below, there do seem to be some striking similarities such as the way Samsung's devices are displayed and the dark blue uniforms its employees are wearing. It begs the question though - is this really something to get all worked up about?
Galaxy S III but production delays and a huge demand caused all the US carriers to slightly push or delay their push. Today however is the day AT&T's Samsung Galaxy S III is finally available in stores nationwide. If you've been patient through the mess today you can run down and pick one up.