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According to new court filings, Apple sent letters to retailers ordering them to cease sales of Samsung products currently under a sales ban.
Verizon Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S 4G added to Android Open Source Project, 'no plans' to add Sprint Galaxy Nexus
After announcing that Android 4.1 had been submitted to the Android Open Source Project, Google's Jean-Baptiste Queru responded to the inevitable flood of questions that followed with a few more details. Specifically, he noted that the Verizon version of the Galaxy Nexus has been brought into the AOSP, but that "there are no plans to support" the "toroplus," aka Sprint's version of the Galaxy Nexus
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Google and Samsung are ready to roll out a patch to Galaxy Nexus owners in the US that they hope will keep the phone in the market despite Apple's legal efforts.
Apple has submitted a request to have sales of the Galaxy S III blocked in the US before its launch date later this month. Apple seeks to have both the Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Nexus decided in the same preliminary injunction motion, which is set to be decided tomorrow.
Shortly after the Galaxy Nexus finally launched on Sprint, users reported having difficulties keeping the device connected to Sprint's 3G network. Sprint quickly said that a fix was forthcoming, and now it appears the company has made good on its word.
Some Sprint customers are finding that they can't connect to the carrier's 3G network with their new Galaxy Nexus phones, though the company says a fix is on the way.
We've been waiting for a release date since CES, but it's finally official — the Galaxy Nexus is coming to Sprint on April 22nd for $199.99 when you sign a new two-year contract
An anonymous Walmart employee has sent us an internal document stating that Sprint's Galaxy Nexus LTE will launch on April 22nd at Sam's Club — a Walmart-run big box store. The document doesn't reveal how much it'll cost, but it does appear to be a legitimate internal document.
Google Wallet's slow adoption and the departure of two key executive is making the company rethink its Wallet strategy, according to a report from Bloomberg.
CNET reports that LG is "heavily in discussions" with Google to make the next Nexus device. The Nexus program produces the marquee product for the newest versions of Android.
Two more cities will have access to Sprint's 4G LTE network come mid-2012, with Baltimore and Kansas City joining the list.
We've gotten hands-on pictures with Sprint's new LTE devices at CES 2012: the Galaxy Nexus, the LG Viper, and the Tri-Network Hotspot from Sierra Wireless.
Ads leaked out last week, but now Sprint's officially taken the cover off of the LTE-capable Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Unlike Verizon's model, Sprint is highlighting the Galaxy Nexus' NFC capabilities and Google Wallet software.