It's Tuesday, March 19th, 2013, and that means it's time for another installment of The Verge Mobile Show. This is episode number 40, meaning that we are now officially old and over the hill. We may be older now, but fear not, we're not any wiser than we were when we started this thing. This week, between Samsung finally unveiling the Galaxy S4 to Andy Rubin passing the Android torch on, we've got plenty to discuss, so be sure to join us right here at 4PM ET / 8PM GMT!

  • Samsung Galaxy S4 preview: a bigger, faster upgrade to the world's most popular Android phone
  • Galaxy S4 intros even more 'natural interactions' with eye tracking, gestures, and hover previews
  • As Galaxy S4 launch draws near, Apple plays a very different game
  • The Galaxy S IIIS: how Samsung copies Apple by copying itself
  • Galaxy S4 intros even more 'natural interactions' with eye tracking, gestures, and hover previews
  • Samsung Galaxy S 4 to include eye-tracking capabilities, reports NYT
  • S Health turns the Galaxy S4 into a full-fledged fitness tracker
  • Samsung will 'definitely' bring some Galaxy S4 features to Galaxy S III
  • Samsung working on another smart watch, says mobile VP
  • Samsung's Galaxy S4 works with gloves
  • Andy Rubin bids farewell to Android partners, describing himself as 'an entrepreneur at heart'
  • HTC One reportedly coming to Verizon later this year
  • HTC delays One shipments to late March, early April for some markets
  • HTC's One delayed because suppliers think it's 'no longer a tier-one customer,' says WSJ (update)
  • T-Mobile says LTE is coming 'this month,' updates Galaxy Note II to take advantage
  • T-Mobile and MetroPCS merger approved by the FCC
  • Fast, unlimited wireless at last? What a combined T-Mobile-MetroPCS means to you
  • Verizon Wireless BlackBerry Z10 goes on sale March 28th, pre-orders begin tomorrow
  • BlackBerry's new music video is just as bad as its last one
  • 'History repeats itself': BlackBerry's embattled CEO argues that Apple's iPhone is standing still
  • Gmail for Android update lets you reply and archive straight from notifications

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