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[Update: NVIDIA And ASUS Respond] Mysterious ASUS TF500T Tablet Spotted At The FCC, Definitely Another Tegra-Powered Addition To The Transformer Family

Update: Unfortunately, neither ASUS nor NVIDIA had anything of value to say about this device:

NVIDIA's response:

Officially, no comment on unannounced products.

ASUS' response:

First I have heard of it, especially since the next tablets up on the roadmap are Windows based.

As many readers have already pointed out in the comments, perhaps this will be a Windows RT tablet. Time will tell.

This is a curious one; a mysterious ASUS tablet has shown up out of the blue at the FCC today, with the model name 'TF500T'.

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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 23: Making A Nice Recipe ... Made Of Food

The Android Police Podcast is back. Did you miss us? Don't forget, you can catch the show live every Thursday at 5PM PST at www.androidpolice.com/podcast.

Subscribe to the Android Police Podcast:

The Cast

  • Matthew Smith, Host
  • Bob Severns, Editor, A/V, button-presser
  • David Ruddock, Co-host
  • Cameron Summerson, Co-host
  • Eric Ravenscraft, Co-host

THE OUTLINE

Carrier 411

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[Review] The Tablet Claw Is A Horrible Attempt At An Accessory That Doesn't Need To Exist

It's very difficult to review something like the Tablet Claw. For starters, my first instinct is to make the entire thing one big Inspector Gadget joke. Then there's the fact that I have no idea why anyone would need this. The Tablet Claw is a device that you slide your tablet into, and a little plastic piece that kind of looks like the tab you open soda cans with (called a "ringlet", apparently) folds out and gives you a way to grip your tablet.

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Black 64GB Galaxy S III Shows Up On Clove UK, Said To Be Available 'In Early October'

At this point, the black version of the Galaxy S III has abandoned the "rumor" status and moved into the "yes, it's real, and it's coming soon" realm. Further validating that claim, the black GSIII just showed up on Clove UK.

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At this point, the only version that Clove has listed is the 64GB variant. We reached out and inquired about 16 and 32GB variants, but they could neither confirm nor deny whether the device will be available with either of those storage options.

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[Update: Probably Fake] Alleged Photo Of The Galaxy Note 2 Surfaces, Appears To Match Previously Leaked Digitizer

Update: Looks like this may be another fake thrown into the game. A nearly-identical mockup was posted on Twitter not long ago, so this could just be another elaborate hoax.

Mockup (by Twitter user Daniel UY):

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We've been hearing rumors of the Galaxy Note 2 for several weeks now, and a pretty believable image of the device has now made its way onto the net ahead of Samsung's August 29th event where we fully expect the device to be announced.

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Dead Trigger Updated To Version 1.5 - Brings New Missions And Arenas, Goodies For Those Who Purchased Early On

The newest update to the post-apocalyptic zombie-infested first person shooter Dead Trigger landed in the Play Store early this morning, bringing with it a slew of new content, including the "reward" that Madfinger teased in the previous update.

2 new Arenas: STADIUM OF DEAD & DEADLY CORRIDORS
Reward for everyone who purchased DEAD TRIGGER before the game became for free (ALIEN GUN, 25 GOLD, 10 CASINO CHIPS)
New story missions
New weapon: ALIEN GUN
New items: LASER TURRET & MINI-MORTAR
Improved gameplay of protect objects missions, players can repair damaged objects now.

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T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S III Devices Receiving Minor Update To Build T999UVLH2, Currently Rolling Out Via KIES And OTA

A minor update is available for T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy S III which contains a few bug fixes that were present in the previous software as well as AllShare Cast and improvements to device performance and stability.

The latest build, T999UVLH2, is currently rolling out to devices over-the-air, but if you can't update your phone yet, you will be able to get it using KIES instead.

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New Feature:

  • AllShare Cast

Improvements:

  • Resolved the error, ‘Enter MAC address' after entering the correct MAC address in the Mobile HotSpot configuration page if the MAC address entered did not contain the colons (:) or spaces.
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Ice Cream Sandwich Rollout Begins For The Sony Xperia P, Coming "Shortly" For The Xperia Sola, Go, And U

How often do you hear this? Sony has started to roll out Ice Cream Sandwich to the Xperia P ahead of schedule, beating its own date of August 19th.

According to a post on the Sony Mobile blog, the upgrade process is beginning today and continuing globally "over the next few weeks", so if you're an Xperia P owner, keep an eye out for any upgrade notifications on your phone. When ICS is ready for your device, you will be alerted, but Sony says that some users may have to use their PC Companion software to perform the update.

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Sky Sports TV App Released On The Play Store, Just In Time For The New Football Season

The football season may have technically started already, with League Cup games being played in mid-week, but the Premiership kicks off this weekend. Luckily, Sky has released the Sky Sports TV app for Android just in time for those wanting to catch all the action on the go.

For £4.99 a month, you can access all 6 Sky Sports channels, including Sky Sports F1, as well as ESPN on your smartphone so that you don't miss a kick of the action.

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Latest Google Maps Update (v6.10) Causes The HTC Rezound To Reboot, Leaves Users Finding Their Own Way Home

Google Maps received an update yesterday, making it a lot more friendly for users who rely on public transport to get from A to B by adding departure times for railway stations, among other new features.

Unfortunately, the new update is causing a few issues for HTC Rezound owners, who have found that the app causes their phone to reboot itself after using it for a few seconds. Users on forums such as XDA, The Milk Milk and AndroidCentral have all been complaining about the issue, so it looks to be pretty widespread.

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