Cnet: Reports started trickling in early this week that T-Mobile was issuing an over-the-air software update to the Samsung Vibrant. Although it's not a major release like Froyo, it will likely be met with great enthusiasm. What's so great about the update? To put it simply, it fixes the GPS.
Engadget: If the Vibrant's $200 price tag on contract was the only thing keeping you planted on the fence, you might want to head over to T-Mobile's interwebs right this second seeing how they're offering a one-day special -- $99, online only -- which makes it $100 cheaper than AT&T's Captivate and $150 less than Sprint's Epic 4G.
RadioShack is adding even more options to its broad portfolio of leading-edge wireless products this summer by offering Samsung's newest devices for mobile entertainment and social networking.
The Android-powered Galaxy S series - Samsung Epic for Sprint, Vibrant for T-Mobile and Captivate for AT&T - are equipped with a 4-inch super-AMOLED screen and 1-GHz processor for HD video playback providing a brilliant, on-the-go multimedia experience that rivals in-home entertainment.
Engadget: didn't get to put the 1GHz Hummingbird CPU to the test in our short hands-on time, though both Android 2.1-running phones seemed to perform briskly when opening videos and pulling up the browser.