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New Update Appears To Bring ISIS Mobile Payments Support To T-Mobile’s Galaxy S II (Update)

It appears that a brand new <a target="_blank" href="">update</a> for the T-Mobile Galaxy S II subtly includes an "ISIS/NFC update." If this update enables the

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II To Get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Update On June 26

After a moment of brief availability on Samsung's Kies desktop software, AT&T recently <a target="_blank" href="

Samsung Finally Pushes Ice Cream Sandwich To The Galaxy S IIs Of The World

Well, after a bit of a <a href="">false start</a>, Samsung finally seems to have done it. A

Samsung Giveth And Taketh Away Ice Cream Sandwich For The Galaxy S II

Oh, how Galaxy S II owners' hearts must have swelled last night! Samsung’s Filipino arm let slip on their news portal late yesterday that the long-awaited Ice Cream Sandwich update would be made ava

U.S. Cellular To Add Galaxy S II To Their Lineup, No Love For LTE

Like the original Galaxy S before it, Samsung's Galaxy S II sure knows how to get around. After having touched down on Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T (<a href="

AT&T’s Galaxy S II Will Launch On October 2 For $199.99

<a href="">Sprint's version</a> of the Samsung Galaxy S II was the first to hit the streets, but AT&T isn't far

Sprint’s Epic Touch 4G Officially Goes On Sale

After months of teasing, the long wait is finally over: Sprint's version of the Samsung Galaxy S II has launched today, and is available for just shy of $200 with a new contract on <a href="http://sho

T-Mobile’s Galaxy S II Processor Revealed: It’s A Qualcomm!

Finally! Astute readers may recall that when Samsung officially unveiled their <a href="">three Galaxy

Finally! Samsung Mobile Boss Promises Galaxy S II U.S. Launch In August

It seems <a href="">those leaked shots</a> of the Sprint-branded <a href="

Samsung Readies 4G LTE Galaxy Tab, Galaxy S III Prematurely

<img src="" />As <a href="">Samsung</a>’s <a href="">Galaxy Tabs 8.

Samsung Gets 3 Million Pre-Orders For The Galaxy S II

<img src="" /> No doubt the <a href="