Galaxy S III around June 20th and it will be rocking a dual-core processor instead, one that is capable of 4G LTE. More details and press release info after the break.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
Gorilla Glass 2 was used on the popular Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone. This new generation of strengthened, hardened glass was revealed at CES and we were told it would make its way onto devices later this year. Whether the Galaxy S III is the first device to feature it is unknown, but at least we know the phones screen should be one of the most durable of any smartphone available.
HTC One S we have some good and bad news for you today. This morning T-Mobile updated their support page for the HTC One S claiming a software update would start rolling out tomorrow, May 31st, to owners as reported by TmoNews. Now just a few short hours later they've changed the date and delayed it until early June.
Angry Birds are everywhere and in the UK it's about to get even bigger. This will actually be the second of its kind, but later this summer the UK will be opening their very own Angry Birds theme park. It will even offer exclusive levels for all the fans. Can Temple Run be next please?
Galaxy Nexus was just updated this morning and claims to have some impressive new UI features (that I'm not seeing) but does manage to bring a new widget reminder along with it. If you've ever used My Verizon you'd know it's the easiest way to check data and minute usage, as well as pay your monthly bill.
we've reported several times that the Pebble Blue Galaxy S III has been delayed, and even received confirmation from Samsung themselves it looks like they've still managed to ship some out in limited quantities. For now the news is still trickling in but a few shops in Vietnam have received large shipments of the Pebble Blue version.
Google Maps. Today they've begin rolling out the latest update to devices that brings with it a few improvements to directions, especially with popup bubbles, as well as the new "Local" tab with ratings and more.
regional carrier Videotron put up their standard sign-up page for the Galaxy S III, Rogers has begun taking pre-orders for the flagship device. Current Rogers customers can reserve theirs at this website, and prospective switchers can sign up for information. Unfortunately, there's no word on pricing or availability.
Evernote is branching out from its standard notation/bookmark/link sharing service into something a little more relatable. Today they're launching Evernote Hello, a contact manager that aims to make remembering your contacts much easier with contextual information. The free app builds on Evernote's established services by backing up said contacts in your Evernote account, eliminating that annoying need to send out a Facebook message to tell everyone you lost your phone (not that Android users have to worry there).