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Samsung GALAXY Tab Vodafone and Samsung launching Samsung Galaxy Tab

SAmsung and Vodafone today announced the launch of the Samsung GALAXY Tab (Model: GT-P1000). Powered by Android Operating System 2.2, the GALAXY Tab is the first tablet, "smart media device" by Samsung.

The GALAXY Tab will start selling in October in the majority of Vodafones European markets and through several partner networks, as well as in a number of other Vodafone markets worldwide.

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vonage iPhone & Android: Call your Facebook friends for free with Vonage

Learn how you can call your Facebook friends anywhere in the world using the Vonage Mobile Application for Facebook (iPhone, iPad and Android). Download the free app from the App Store / Android Market.

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Motorola today introduced MILESTONE 2 enhanced with MOTOBLUR. The Android 2.2 device offers more speed, more connectivity, more messaging, more storage, more web with Adobe Flash Player 10.1, more multimedia and more personalisation than the original award-winning MILESTONE.

The powerhouse device features a 1Ghz processor, allowing users to sift through their content quickly, even when running multiple applications simultaneously or a number of open web browser pages. Respond to e-mails or texts quickly with an improved and more spacious QWERTY keyboard including larger keys and better tactility for easier typing. MILESTONE 2 also acts as a 3G mobile hotspot1 to connect up to five WiFi enabled devices, so you turn practically anywhere into a hive of productivity.

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android logo BuzzVoice for Android reads your RSS Feeds

BuzzVoice is a magical service that lets you LISTEN to the Web's top news & blogs everywhere. It's like "Pandora for news." BuzzVoice for Android has all of the great functionality of our Apple apps - plus more! It's never been easier or more fun to keep up with your favorite topics on the go! Get BuzzVoice on The Android Market to hear what the buzz is all about.

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GALAXY S Samsung ships 1 million Galaxy S devices in the U.S

Samsung today announced that it has shipped one million of its Android 2.1-powered Galaxy S devices in the U.S. market. Samsung Mobile began shipping the Galaxy S portfolio2 on July 15, which are currently available with AT&T and T-Mobile. Galaxy S devices will also be available with Sprint on August 31 and will be available with Verizon Wireless, U.S. Cellular and Cellular South this fall.

Samsung Mobile has packed cutting-edge technology into its Galaxy S portfolio, including features such as a stunning 4-inch Super AMOLED display screen, 1GHz Hummingbird Application Processor and a multitude of entertainment, messaging and social networking capabilities. In addition, all Samsung Galaxy S devices will be upgradable to Android 2.2 in the future.

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ScreenShot00517 Samsung Epic 4G vs. Nexus One Speed Comparisions

In this video the folks at pocketnow looks at a hacked Google Nexus One running a super-fast Froyo ROM with the stock Epic 4G. They look at overall interface elements (using the same Launcher app and similar widgets), side-by-side benchmarking, 802.11n data speeds, and 3G data speeds. Since the Nexus One doesn't have 4G WiMax on-board this seemed a fair comparison.

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google earth water Google Earth 1.1 for Android enables some underwater features in select areas

With the latest Google Earth update, version 1.1, you can now view some underwater features in select areas. Want to give it a try? Download the app (or update your existing installation) and search for "Monterey Bay Canyon" (which is larger than the Grand Canyon!).  Tap or pinch to zoom in until you're below the ocean surface, then tap the "look around" button to tilt the view and take a look around.

Here fishy fishy!

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Windows Phone 7 Vs Android Vs iPhone Startup Speed Test: Windows Phone 7 vs. Android vs. iPhone vs. Windows Mobile
Here's a look at how fast Windows Phone 7 starts up compared to iPhone, Android, and Windows Mobile. This is not final hardware or software.

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