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Entire Android line-up can now download Google keyboard

The highly regarded Google keyboard, gesture typing and all, is coming to the entire Android line-up by way of the Google Play store. Previously only available on the Nexus line, Google’s keyboard was sorely missed by some consumers who opted to purchase other Android devices, like Samsung or HTC phones. Now, any device running on Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) or later will be able to install the keyboard as an app.

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Gaming Spotlight: Fast & Furious 6: The Game review

Fast & Furious 6: the Game from Kabam has differentiated itself from many other racing games by having its gameplay revolve around the concept of drag racing. Since the objective of every race is to simply go in a virtually straight shot from point A to point B, the developers completely did away with the steering wheel, braking system, and gas pedal.

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Samsung GALAXY S4 mini powered by Snapdragon processors

Good things come in small packages, too. Soon you’ll be able to pick up a mini, lighter version of the popular Samsung GALAXY S4 smartphone, powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon®400 processor.

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Verizon releasing a major software update for the Samsung GALAXY S III

Good news Verizon customers with a Samsung GALAXY S III: your phone is about to get a serious software update that will bring a host of fixes and new features to S III users, including Multi Window capability and the Best Shot camera feature.

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3 Cs of the Samsung GALAXY S4 with stock Android from Google

Tech fans cheered as Google announced their version of the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor powered Samsung GALAXY S4, loaded for the first time with a pure, stock Android operating system.

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Samsung GALAXY S4 sells 10 million units and announces new colors

Samsung released data this morning showing that their newest flagship smartphone model, the GALAXY S4, has been a huge success with consumers. Since its release on April 27, the S4 has sold 10 million units. To celebrate the milestone, the manufacturer announced the production of a slew of new colors to supplement the stock white and black models that are currently available.

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Samsung GALAXY S4 powered by Snapdragon processors: Presale starts today

The latest in the wildly popular Samsung GALAXY series is available for pre-order today and we are proud to say that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor is powering the new Samsung GALAXY S4 in the U.S.

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Samsung GALAXY S4 launching in select regions with Snapdragon 600 processors

It appears Samsung has done it again. They just launched the GALAXY S4, the latest in the very successful GALAXY S line of smartphones. The GALAXY S4 is packed with cool new features that promise to deliver innovative smartphone experiences to its users.

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Hands on with the Samsung ATIV Tab

The Samsung ATIV Tab is one of the first tablets to hit the market featuring Windows RT, a completely redesigned operating system from Microsoft. Windows RT is optimized for touch screens and long battery life. Let’s check it out:

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Samsung Joins Windows RT fray with a Snapdragon Powered Tablet

Samsung just launched a portfolio of new devices under its new “ATIV” brand, and among them is a pure tablet running Microsoft’s Windows RT and a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor. The ATIV Tab, as Samsung calls it, is a beautiful 10-inch tablet that delivers a full Windows 8 experience and features that intersects the lifestyles of casual user and professional. The best thing about a tablet running on a Snapdragon processor is that unlike traditional PC processors, a Snapdragon powered-device can guarantee a full day of use on a single charge, while lasting days on standby.

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