Author: Craig Lloyd
Facebook is now currently testing a new feature on Android called "Photo Sync". It works by uploading photos that you take with your phone straight to your Facebook account. It's been rolling out to only a select number of users, which is what Facebook likes to do when testing out potential new features.
Samsung Galaxy S III on AT&T's network, be on the lookout for an OTA update if you haven't already received it. A lot of users are reporting it's a small update -- only 82MB -- but it comes packing with a few user interface changes, as well as a handful of bug fixes.
Google has made amazing progress with its mobile operating system and they wowed us with 4.1 Jelly Bean in June. However, Android still isn't even close to where Google wants it to be. Senior Director of Android User Experience Matias Duarte even said it himself.
T-Mobile, announced today that T-Mobile's new chief executive officer will be John Legere. Effective September 22, Legere will take the CEO seat and succeed Jim Alling, who served as interim CEO since June when long-time CEO Philip Humm stepped down.
Samsung Galaxy Note acts as a great miniature tablet -- perfect for those who are constantly on the go but want a little more screen size out of their devices. American Airlines thinks so as well, so they're going to be equipping all of their flight attendants with Galaxy Notes.
Samsung has been notorious for taking jabs at Apple, especially since they lost to them in court recently. They've called out the iPhone 5 just a couple days ago, and now they're at it again with a new commercial. Samsung mentions in the new ad that "the next big thing is already here", referring to their Galaxy S III flagship phone.
Optimus G recently. The company unveiled their new flagship phone a couple days ago and we certainly gave it a good look-over. However, word on the street is that Google will be using the Optimus G as their next flagship phone and will call it the Optimus Nexus.