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Battle of the Benjamins: Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini vs. Droid Mini, HTC One Mini, iPhone 5C

It's a $100 handset showdown -- CNET stacks Samsung's GS4 Mini with Motorola, HTC, and Apple's own mid-range versions of their flagships.

By November 22, 2013


Virgin kicks off Galaxy S2 4G promo with Lady Gaga tour

In an effort to promote its latest Android handset, the Galaxy S2 4G, Virgin partners with Samsung and Lagy Gaga for the "Born This Way Ball" tour.

By January 18, 2013


Virgin Mobile to offer Galaxy S2 4G on November 15

One of the most popular phones of 2011 joins the no-contract carrier just before the holiday shopping season gets under way.

By November 8, 2012


Boost, Virgin get their own new Samsung Galaxy phones

Boost gets the Galaxy S2 4G, while Virgin will sell the Galaxy Reverb. Both phones will hit the market in mid-September.

By August 22, 2012


Correction: Facebook traffic from Google

This story initially posted some inaccurate traffic data. Instead of driving an average of 9.25 "percent" before January, Google drove an average of 9.25 "external referrals per fan page per day" to Facebook and now it drives just 4.52.

By May 31, 2012


Facebook's traffic from Google and Bing takes a nosedive

New stats show that ever since Google launched "Search Plus Your World," referral traffic to Facebook has been halved. Oddly, though, the same thing has happened with Bing traffic too.

By May 30, 2012


Samsung Galaxy S III to sport 1280x720 resolution?

The next Galaxy S phone could offer a Super AMOLED Plus display with a resolution of 1280x720 pixels, according to the latest scuttlebutt.

By April 4, 2012


Rumors surface for Galaxy S II Plus and other Samsung devices

Who needs a Galaxy S III when there are multiple other Samsung rumors swirling about?

By February 1, 2012


Frosty white Samsung Galaxy S II coming to Sprint

If snow white is your favorite smartphone color and Sprint is your carrier, a new flavor of Samsung's Galaxy S II has your name on it.

By January 5, 2012


Adobe's transition to cloud could be tricky

Lost in the mobile Flash hubbub is Adobe's big shift to cloud computing and software as a service.

By November 9, 2011