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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus hands-on: Welcome to a new era

by Joshua Vergara 16 hours ago74 comments

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus officially announced: what you need to know

by Team AA 16 hours ago233 comments

Galaxy S8 Plus vs Galaxy S7 Edge: How big is the generation gap?

by Lanh Nguyen 10 hours ago23 comments

Samsung Galaxy S8 vs LG G6 comparison

by Nirave Gondhia 16 hours ago150 comments
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Android Weekly: top stories this week

There was more than the Black Friday frivolity in the world of Android this week. We heard some juicy rumors about the upcoming Galaxy S5, Microsoft caused an uproar with the Scroogled ...
by Bogdan PetrovanDecember 1, 20134

Google comments on Microsoft’s Anti-Google merchandise — and the response is rather hilarious

Yesterday we found out that Microsoft had sunk to a new low with its Scroogled campaign by introducing anti-Google merchandise. Now Google has commented on the matter -- and the ...
by Andrew GrushNovember 21, 201386

Scroogled campaign hits new low: Microsoft introduces Scroogled merchandise

It looks like Microsoft has hit a new low with their Scroogled campaign: they have now introduced official Scroogled merchandise.
by Andrew GrushNovember 20, 201367

Microsoft is at it again: New Scroogled video ‘leaks’ to the net

Ah... Microsoft, when will you ever learn? Here we go with another Scroogled video, this one allegedly 'leaked' to the net without Microsoft's consent.
by Andrew GrushMay 16, 201331

Oh, no! Now Docs is ‘Scroogling’ us!

This time, Microsoft takes dead aim at Docs. Rather than tout the benefits of actually using Office versus Docs, Microsoft has instead enlisted D-List celebrities to convince us that ...
by Nate SwannerMay 10, 201317

Microsoft is still on this ‘Scroogled’ thing

Microsoft is relying on scare tactics to gain customers. They’ve lost a lot of ground since the likes of Google came around, and Apple began taking itself seriously again. Long gone are ...
by Nate SwannerApril 9, 201313
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