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Facebook releases a Messenger app for iPhone and Android, Anonymous threatens to shut down the social network, Amazon launches the Kindle Cloud Reader web app for e-books, and Wal-Mart shuts down its MP3 store.
CNET Asia gets a First Look at Samsung's newest Android phone, the Galaxy Nexus. The big-screen, feature-packed phone runs on Google's new Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
A more modest addition to the Galaxy S smartphone line, the Android-lovin' Indulge would be MetroPCS' best phone to date, if it weren't for one glaring flaw.
The Samsung Galaxy Prevail is Boost Mobile's first CDMA Android smartphone. It's not as flashy as the other Galaxy phones, but it's a pretty good deal. Find out more in our First Look video.
If you've always wanted a projector in your phone, you'll get 15 lumens of brightness to instantly show off photos, videos, and presentations.
On this week's Buzz Report, the biggest phone (or smallest tablet) ever, iPad 3 rumors, and why Google's not really that scary, even with Motorola Mobility on board.
The $199.99 Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the first Android smartphone to rock Ice Cream Sandwich has finally come to Sprint. It's virtually identical to its Verizon sibling except this handset will eventually connect to Sprint's 4G LTE network and also offers support for the Google Wallet mobile payment app.
The Skyrocket is one of 2 new phones to support AT&T's new 4G LTE network.
Samsung demos its new dual-camera feature, which allows you to take two pictures at once from the front and rear; an eye-tracking feature that lets you pause and resume video when you look away and back; and hand gesture tech that allows you to start a call with the wave of a hand.
Samsung finally took the wraps of the U.S. version of the Galaxy S II at a special event in New York. AT&T and T-Mobile customers will be able to get their hands on the Android super phone this fall, but CNET has a First Look of the models here. See what's in store.