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For many Android enthusiasts, a purebred Android tablet is the stuff of dreams. Until now, Google’s Nexus program, which showcases Android in its purest form, included three amazing smartphones, with... the latest flagship in the series being the Galaxy Nexus. However, when it comes to a tablet receiving the Nexus treatment, all we got was rumors.

But there is hope. Pieces are starting to fall in...

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After a few years of development, tons of commercials, and a lot of patient waiting, 4G LTE is finally here, for Verizon customers at least. And although not everyone is seeing the “up to 10x... faster speeds”, I assure you LTE has landed.

During my trip to New York City over the weekend, I was sure that my Galaxy Nexus would be picking up LTE speeds. Using Ookla’s Speedte...

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Not everyone is buying the Galaxy Nexus’ hype, folks – and for good reason. Despite it being proclaimed by many a prominent blog as the best Android phone to date, and likely the... best smartphone ever – the Galaxy Nexus has a contender that few realize. Created by none other than the same company that brought us the Galaxy Nexus, the original Galaxy S, and this years best...

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For just about a month now, Samsung and Google (as well as almost every wireless carrier), has kept us all on the edge of our seats about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. After Google and Samsung released the final specifications of the device, they even threw in a rather vague release date. November they said, and now half the month has come and gone without a single “official” word.

virgin-nexus

The new Galaxy Nexus™ will be available from Virgin Mobile when it arrives in Canada in early December. Plus, only Virgin Mobile Members can get this smartphone with a no-term contract on the Virgin Mobile SuperTab™. Whether it’s with talk and text plans or the hottest data plans, Galaxy Nexus™ can be hooked up to Virgin Mobile’s full range of plans – just pick the Virgin Mobile SuperTab™ amount and plan that’s perfect for you!

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Although Google and Samsung haven’t posted specific dates about the release of the Galaxy Nexus, worldwide carriers are beginning to come out with information. Mobile Syrup writes that they, “received an email from Bell, looks like the Galaxy Nexus is confirmed for an ‘early December’ availability.

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After the Galaxy Nexus showed up on Amazon UK for ÂŁ550 (US$745) without any commitment or contract, we got a little excited. Despite the high price tag, this showed us that the Galaxy Nexus would be... here soon enough.

Although originally, the price tag was high and the shipping date was early, the tides have completely shifted and flip-flopped on us all for the worst. Or, is it for t...

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In the last 10 months, Android has made its way into every aspects of our lives, taking on many forms such as tablets, smartphones, TV, and more. The problem with so many options is it can be very difficult to find the right device for all those people on your shopping list, or at least the ones that deserve such a awesome gifts! Well, this Android Holiday Gift Guide is all you will need to buy the right gift for all those people in your life. Read on to find out the best Android gifts for the Holidays.

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Are you dying to finally get your hands on Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich? It looks to be that NegriElectronics can make all of your dreams come true. They are offering... up the phone not only before Google and Samsung even announce a release date, but they are doing it all for just $689.50. Although this price does seem to be a bit on the higher end, it is perfectly...

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The Galaxy Nexus is the most hotly anticipated Android device on the planet right now – and for good reason. It is the world’s first Android 4.0 based device, and represents the culmination of not only the most advanced Android OS to date, but also the most advanced hardware, too. How much will it cost, and will it be on your carrier?