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Samsung will livestream the Galaxy S21 Unpacked event on TikTok, Twitch, and Reddit

Samsung will livestream the Galaxy S21 Unpacked event on TikTok, Twitch, and Reddit

If you're planning on tuning in to Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, where the S21 is expected to be formally revealed, you'll have three new venues to enjoy it from. Samsung tells us it's going to be livestreaming to Twitch, TikTok, and Reddit as well, giving you three new ways to watch.

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Samsung Continuum Makes An Appearance On Verizon Webpage, Labelled "Coming Soon"

Samsung Continuum Makes An Appearance On Verizon Webpage, Labelled "Coming Soon"

Samsung's got an event coming up on November 8th. Some of you out there may be pretty convinced at this stage that we'll be hearing of a phone named something like "In Excess" at this event, but that's all up in the air right now. What is pretty certain, however, is that we'll get an announcement of Samsung's previously-pictured Continuum, a dual-screen take on the Galaxy S line.

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Appearing today on verizonwireless.com alongside the Galaxy Tab, the Continuum is encouragingly marked with a Coming Soon tag. This positively certifies the previous leak we saw pointing towards a November 11th release to retail.

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Android Gingerbread, Next Nexus, Information And Speculation Round-Up

Android Gingerbread, Next Nexus, Information And Speculation Round-Up

These last few days the Android blogosphere has been awash with excited spluttering, dubious rumours and hopeful conflation. Kicking things off was City A.M., a "London-based free daily newspaper that specialises in financial news". According to an article on their website, Google had struck a deal with the popular phone retailer Carphone Warehouse. CPW were to sell Google's next phone, the Nexus Two by any other name. Their position as a reseller of phones and contracts on most if not all networks in the UK and wider Europe makes them a logical choice, right? Nexus One sales online didn't exactly break records, so it makes sense to try the next carrier-agnostic option.

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