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We're back from a week off with the latest on the Galaxy S III rumors (plus a bit of our own breaksclusive), where we stand on Ice Cream Sandwich updates, plus a couple reviews. And, as always, we answer a few of your Android questions. Join us!
Thing 1: Samsung Galaxy S III rumors, leaks, and nonsense
- 'Samsung Galaxy S III' pictured, May 22 London unveiling rumored
- More Samsung Galaxy S III leaky goodness
- Samsung Galaxy S3 might come standard with wireless charging
- Buttonless Samsung phone appears in leaked photo, claims to be the GT-i9300
Thing 2: ICS updates; and lack of them
- Nexus S ICS updates reportedly restarting in 'a few weeks'
- Early ICS build leaks for the Verizon HTC Rezound
- Ice Cream Sandwich available now for Galaxy S II in Europe and Korea
- HTC to give fans and developers an early taste of ICS on international Sensation phones
- HTC Vivid for AT&T officially getting its Ice Cream Sandwich now
Thing 3: New phone reviews
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