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Galaxy Phones: Galaxy Android Series Smartphones | Samsung
Experience the premium entertainment and innovative features that make Galaxy mobile devices truly brilliant. Available through every major US carrier.
Using VoIP on the Samsung Galaxy Tab - Voice Over IP - About.com
There are already many applications that allow you to make free calls or cheap calls through VoIP on an Android device. The Samsung Galaxy Tab is not like ...
The Andromeda Galaxy - Space and Astronomy - About.com
The closest "regular" galaxy to the Milky Way is the spiral galaxy known as Andromeda. Visible through a telescope, this galaxy is part of our local group of ...
Removing the Back Cover of a Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant
(For folks looking for instructions on how to remove the back cover of a Samsung Galaxy S Captivate from AT&T, check out my Galaxy S Captivate back cover ...
The Milky Way Galaxy - Space and Astronomy - About.com
This is how our home galaxy, the Milky Way, got its name. The Milky Way is estimated to span between 100,000 and 120,000 light years from edge to edge, and ...
Remove Samsung Galaxy S Captivate Battery
To remove the Samsung Galaxy S Captivate's battery, lift it up from the bottom to take it out. You'll need to take out the battery, by the way, in order to access the ...
Replacing Galaxy S Cover - Putting Back the Samsung Captivate ...
Putting back the Samsung Galaxy S Captivate cover.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Honeycomb Tablet - Review
Many considered Samsung's first tablet undertaking, the original Galaxy Tab, to be a solid yet underwhelming first try at the tablet space. A lot of it had to do with ...
Galaxies - Space and Astronomy - About.com
Until the early 1900s, scientists believed that the entire Universe was contained in the Milky Way Galaxy. The prevailing wisdom was that we lived in a static ...
Tablet Showdown: iPad vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab
The iPad and the Samsung Galaxy Tab are among the most popular tablets out there. If you're deciding between them, you need to know how they stack up.
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