The Samsung Galaxy S was one of the highlights from CTIA this year, so we don't blame you if you're waiting for it to hit stores. Unfortunately, we still don't have an official release date, but the Galaxy S took another step toward reality Sunday when it dropped by the Federal Communication Commission for a little certification testing. And as Endgadget and others have pointed put, it's equipped with AT&T's 3G bands.
AT&T isn't such a stretch, but keep in mind that even an FCC filing is no guarantee that a phone will arrive at a particular service provider. And since rumor has it that the Galaxy S will come to multiple U.S. carriers this year, AT&T may be just one stop on a grand tour.
Jeff Bakalar and Scott Stein just spent hours playing Nintendo Switch and have opinions on the hardware, software and what the future of the platform will look like.
by Jeff Bakalar
Samsung heir formally accused of bribery, Nintendo's Fils-Aime says The Switch won't oust 3DS
Acting Samsung President Jay Y. Lee may be arrested in connection with a multi million dollar government bribery allegation. Also in today's tech news Nintendo says the 3DS will still be supported after the Switch is released and the Chinese government tightens grip on Android app stores.