Noah K tackles the biggest tech rumors of this week! Will Verizon get the Samsung Nexus Prime, Google's first Ice Cream Sandwich phone? Is your iPhone 5 being assembled in China right now? And what's the Droid HD, anyway?
Rumor Roundup is a show taking a look at the latest trends, rumors, and leaks buzzing around the technology industry hosted by Noah Kravitz - a well-known and respected tech editor who's been involved in the industry for years. Not only does Noah deliver the news in full force, but he also provides his analytical thoughts and insight leaving one wondering of what lies ahead in the world of tech.
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The first Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" phone is said to be coming from Samsung this October. New information points to the Nexus Prime being readied for launch on Verizon Wireless. What's the scoop?
Photos said to have been taken inside a Chinese factory hit the Web this week. Why all the fuss? The photos show assembly line workers readying touchscreen panels for the next iPhone. Or so the rumor mill says!
Earlier this week, TechnoBuffalo obtained exclusive new information on Verizon's elusive Droid Bionic phone.
What's this new Droid, the Droid HD, we just started hearing about?