Knitted sweaters are nice and warm, but we can think of more exciting things to give to your family and friends – if you got the means, of course. Check out the following Carphone Warehouse deals on some fine Android tablets.
Sprint’s Galaxy Note 2 only $99.99 at Amazon Wireless, Optimus G goes for $49.99
Yesterday, we reported on a Best Buy deal giving users the chance to pick up a Samsung Galaxy S3 for just $49.99. Now Amazon Wireless is joining in, offering the chance to pick up the same phone for essentially free.
Amazon Cloud Player now available for Samsung Smart TVs, Roku boxes
Amazon has just launched the much-vaunted Amazon Cloud Player on Roku Streaming Players as well as Samsung Smart TVs. This allows frequent buyers of MP3s on Amazon to listen to their cloud-based music purchases anywhere in the house whenever they like.
Samsung defends against China Labor Watch accusations, says all Chinese workers of proper age
Bloomberg on Friday reported that Samsung supplier HTNS Shenzhen has hired “at least three girls under the legal working age of 16 in China,” according to China Labor Watch. Just a day later the South Korean company issued an official response to these accusations.
Samsung wishes you happy holidays, uses Galaxy Note 2 and Kirigami [Video]
Samsung is aiming to attract more users this holiday season and it's using whimsical videos to do so. The biggest smartphone maker in the world has recently released a video where Kirigami, the ancient art-form of cutting and folding paper, is used to wish the viewers happy holidays.
“Android does not do much,” says former webOS investor
We've heard a lot of criticisms about Android as a platform, including fragmentation, patent infringements, a copycat mentality, and a platform that has been made cheap by the proliferation of inexpensive, low-end devices. But a recent interview with a venture capitalist has brought Android criticism to a whole new level.
Galaxy Note 2 knockoff offers 5.5-inch screen and Jelly Bean at $150
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was first released just a little over two and a half months ago. But apparently someone in China has decided that it's already ripe for the cloning. Indeed, you can now purchase a brand new Galaxy Note II knockoff in China that, according to its retail box, goes by the name "Android Note II." And its casing is decked out in all white, to boot.
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