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Look, we can't help it. We had to talk about the Samsung Galaxy S III. We mean, it is coming to four major U.S. carriers and one regional carrier. We just couldn't avoid it. Plus, CrackBerry Kevin stops by to talk about his visit to Android on his World Tour. Also, Google buys some stuff, and we handle some more of your e-mails and voicemails. Join us!
Thing 1: Galaxy S III headed to the U.S.
- Samsung Galaxy S III review
- Samsung Galaxy S III coming to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and U.S. Cellular starting this month
- Where to order the Samsung Galaxy S III in the United States
- Verizon Galaxy S III double officially confirmed for July 9 shipping
- Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S III to eventually support Global roaming
Thing 2: CrackBerry Kevin's World Tour
Thing 3: Google making moves
- Google Maps for Android getting offline access
- Google acquires Quickoffice, looks to bring tech to Google Apps suite
- TomTom for Android to launch 'fairly soon' according to company co-founder
Thing 4: Other odds and ends
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