Noah K tackles the biggest tech rumors of this week! Samsung and Intel have joined forces to launch a new mobile OS called Tizen - so what about Samsung's Android phones? Will Google and Sammy unveil the first Ice Cream Sandwich device on October 11 in San Diego? And what might a China Unicom VP know about iPhone 5's internals?
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It looks like Meego's flame is about to burn out. With the help of Samsung, from the ashes should spawn a new breed of mobile operating system entitled "Tizen!"
Samsung has been having several "unpacking" events all over the world. The have another one coming up on October 11th.. Could this be the unveiling of the highly anticipated superphone the Nexus Prime?
China Unicom has come out and said that they believe that the next iPhone, the iPhone 5 or iPhone 4s, will have HSPA+ 21 support!