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Review: Samsung Galaxy S3 Hardware

I won’t hide the fact that I’m always a little bit hesitant when it comes to Samsung Android devices. The decisions Samsung takes in regard to built materials and user interface just isn’t my taste. But the majority of customers…

Review: Android 4.0.3 ICS for Tablets (Eee Pad Transformer TF101)

ASUS is one of the manufacturers that doesn’t change the original Android look too much with a skin like HTC Sense or Samsungs Touchwiz. This is not only good news for anybody preferring the pure Google look, but also helps…

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Review: Kindle Fire – How usable is it outside of the US?

Having used the Kindle Fire for some months now it’s time to evaluate how much sense it makes to get the latest Amazon tablet as a non-US customer. Since the major selling point of the Kindle Fire isn’t only the…

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Review: Chrome Beta for Android

Google released Chrome beta for Android yesterday, which marks the first step to unify their desktop and mobile browsers. Only Android 4.0 devices are supported though, but its already clear that all new Android 4.0 phones will be shipped with…

Review: Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich for Nexus S

When the Nexus S got released alongside Android 2.3 Gingerbread there was a delay of about 2 months until Nexus One owners got their update. Many people were disappointed since the Nexus One was supposed to get updates very quick….