Ubuntu and T-Mobile Samsung Exhibit II 4G Firmware Updateview story

http://askubuntu.com – Samsung's Kies does not work with Linux or Ubuntu. I have Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit and I have been able to use Air Kies and my USB cable to connect to my Samsung Exhibit II 4G phone (not the same as the Samsung Exhibit S II or Exhibit II S phone! No S!!) and access all the information on it. (HowTos)

Immediate Stay of Galaxy Tab 10.1 Injunction Denied By Federal Circuitview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Last week, Samsung motioned to stay the preliminary injunction of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, but Judge Lucy Koh denied the request. Samsung then appealed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in hopes of stay at the federal level. (IT news)

Go ogle where to buy the Google Nexus 7 tabletview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Alex Zaharov-ReuttThe Nexus 7 is Google first ever own-branded tablet, and thanks to a one-two punch of impressive power, features and 7-inch size combined with a starting US $199 price point serves as a strong proactive strike against any upcoming and similarly sized iPad Mini. If you’ve always wished your tablet was smaller than your existing tablet yet appreciably bigger than your (IT news)

How not to dry out a smartphoneview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Ever drop your phone in water?  Well this is one way not to dry it.http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_explain … s-4489.php (HowTos)

Windows 8’s new world without walls awaits all – or will it?view story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Alex Zaharov-ReuttWindows 8’s big changes mean that not everyone will want to jump in to the Windows 8 waters, with Microsoft allowing sales of computers pre-loaded with Windows 7 to continue for two years after Windows 8 launches, probably as “downgrade rights”, alongside sales of Win 7 in retail boxes for a year – just as we’ve seen with previous Windows releases. Just because Micro (IT news)

In Other News: Verizon Locks The Samsung Galaxy S III’s Bootloader, But Device Gets Rooted Anywaysview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – While Samsung generally makes developer-friendly devices, Verizon Wireless went ahead and became a party-pooper by locking the bootloader of the Galaxy S III smartphone. Of course people didn’t take too kindly of that and immediately went to work and take it to Big Red. (IT news)

Verizon Encrypts the Galaxy S III Bootloader, Developers Currently looking for a Workaroundview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Just when you thought Verizon couldn’t piss you off any more, they appear to have gone off and done it again. According to a few lucky developer-types who received their GSIII pre-order early, Verizon’s version of the phone has a protected bootloader. Yeah, that’s right. Verizon has the only U.S. (IT news)

Samsung granted temporary stay of ban on the Galaxy Nexusview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Last week we reported that Apple had won an injunction against Samsung effectively blocking sales of the Galaxy Nexus. It’s clear that this action has frustrated and angered many people in the Android community. However, it seems as if Samsung’s protests have paid off as the U.S. (IT news)

Samsung Galaxy Beam now available in the UK through Expansysview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – For all of you in the UK who were interested in Samsung‘s  lumen projector smarphone combo, the Galaxy Beam is now in stock on Expansys website for £394.99. Just to recap, the G Beam will boast a 15 lumens pico projector, practically allowing users to walk around with a 50-inch screen TV in their pocket, or so Samsung says. (IT news)

Stock Firmware Image Released For Verizon Galaxy S IIIview story

http://www.talkandroid.com –   Samsung Updates has released the official stock firmware for the Verizon version of Samsung‘s flagship Galaxy S III smartphone. (IT news)