Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with LTE for Verizon finally gets a taste of TouchWiz

The Wi-Fi version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has had Samsung’s TouchWiz interface since August, but the LTE version of the tablet offered by Verizon Wireless is just now getting the custom interface and associated mini-apps. In addition to Samsung’s special treatment of Android 3.2 Honeycomb, the update brings DiVX video support, Bluetooth 3.0, and Samsung’s own AllShare DLNA media sharing. The update is listed as coming soon and should be hitting users’ tablets in the near future. Samsung says that the much more interesting upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream ...

Nokia, Samsung, HTC rumored to announce LTE Windows Phone smartphones at CES

The one thing that is notoriously missing (well, one of the things) from any Windows Phone smartphone on the market is true 4G network support. Specifically, we talking about support for LTE networks. Microsoft and its partners have promised that will change in 2012, and if today’s rumors have any weight, we could see LTE-equipped Windows Phone smartphones from HTC, Samsung, and Nokia at the CES trade show in early January. Tweet Vote on HN ...

UNIEA Design Series cases for Apple iPhone 4/4S review

UNIEA, a manufacturer of cases for smartphones and tablets, has released a new line of cases for the Apple iPhone 4 and 4S that feature slim profiles and custom art designs. Called the “Design Series,” the cases are made from polycarbonate and sport anti-scratch UV coatings. UNIEA sent me three designs to check out, so read on to find out more about the Design Series of cases. Tweet Vote on HN ...

Samsung still top phone maker, Android still top smartphone OS says comScore

Research firm comScore has released its latest report on the mobile industry in the U.S., and not much has changed since the last report. As we saw with the report covering August through October, the new report for September through November shows Samsung holding on to its lead as the top mobile phone manufacturer, and Android maintaining its first place spot in the smartphone OS battle. Tweet Vote on HN ...

Samsung withholds Android 4.0 ICS upgrade from Galaxy S, Galaxy Tab due to TouchWiz

Samsung has revealed some disheartening news for owners of the original Galaxy S smartphone and 7-inch Galaxy Tab tablet, as it will not be upgrading those devices to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Samsung cites hardware constraints paired with the necessity to include its custom TouchWiz interface as the reason why it will not be upgrading the smartphones and tablets. Tweet Vote on HN ...

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