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Right on time, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has finally made it to Verizon today. This will surely help the Korean company sell even more of these smartphones, after announcing that it’s already crossed the 10 million milestone earlier today with less than a month having passed since it initially went on sale. The same day Verizon has started selling its Samsung Galaxy S4, AT&T announced that it would offer an exclusive Aurora Red version of the smartphone. While handsets like the Xperia P, Xperia E Dual and Xperia Go have already gotten their official Android Jelly Bean updates, the Xperia S (introduced as Sony’s flagship smartphone in early 2012 – running Android Gingerbread) has yet to receive the new version of the OS. The HTC First, the Facebook phone that we’ve been waiting for years to finally become real, has gone from $99. Looking from the business model point of view, Google is an advertising company. All their apps and services, almost all the technologies they are working on, are geared for one purpose only – get as much pageviews as possible to display ads on, and get as much information about you, to show the most actionable [. HTC has just announced the Desire 600, a new smartphone presented as “the first mid-range handset to offer HTC’s latest Sense 5 experience” (including BlinkFeed). Lookout Google. Amazon just got really serious about hijacking your Android. Amazon has been playing with its Amazon Android App Store and then Kindle Fire tablet for several years now. Just as promised earlier, Samsung announced that it shipped 10 million Galaxy S4s in less than a month. Cricket Wireless is readying the launch of no less than three new Samsung Android smartphones. The first one is the high-end Galaxy S4. Remember the Nokia Eos? Well, how could you forget, right? This is the phone that’s supposed to bring that insane 41 MP camera sensor first seen on the 808 PureView to Windows Phone.