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Samsung Galaxy S III vs. HTC One X vs. iPhone 4S

Now that we finally know the details, find out how the Galaxy S III measures up to the HTC One X and iPhone 4S.

By May 3, 2012

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Huawei claims first-ever quad-core 10-inch tablet

Not satisfied with claiming rights to the world's fastest smartphone, Huawei now says it has the first 10-inch quad-core tablet, too.

By February 27, 2012

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Orange and T-Mobile promise 4G by the end of the year

Orange and T-Mobile promise to give your phone a speed boost with the launch of 4G before the end of this year.

By February 23, 2012

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T-Mobile ramping up 4G LTE in the U.K. this year

Everything Everywhere, a joint venture between T-Mobile and French carrier Orange, will push its tests of 4G LTE in the U.K. in April.

By February 23, 2012

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T-Mobile still in the fight, unveils Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G

Smarting from its failed merger with AT&T, T-Mobile USA chief declares the carrier is still in "fighting shape." T-Mobile is also expanding its HSPA+ network and adding mobile IM capabilities to its Bobsled service.

By January 10, 2012

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iPhone 4S vs. the competition

Now that the iPhone 4S details are out, how does it stack up to the competition? Find out in our side-by-side comparison with some of the latest Android and Windows Phone devices.

By October 4, 2011

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7: Dual-core chip, new screen

A year after entering the Android tablet market, Samsung announced a new 7.7-inch model with an AMOLED screen and dual-core processor.

By September 1, 2011

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Study: Verizon fastest among 4G networks

Comparing so-called 4G performance among phones from AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon, RootMetrics finds Verizon's LTE Thunderbolt to be fastest and most reliable.

By March 21, 2011

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Buzz Out Loud Podcast 1127: Microsoft and EU browser roulette begins

So the European Union and Microsoft have finally settled their differences and will begin the browser ballot with no less than 12 browsers to choose from. Is this a good thing?

By December 16, 2009