HTC One wants to compete with the likes of Samsung and their Galaxy S4, they better have everything ready to rock when launch date arrives. However, today we're getting scattered reports from industry sources inside Taiwan stating the One could get delayed and faces huge shortages due to a lack of components - mainly that new camera. HTC just can't catch a break.
pulled from the Play Store we have an update. I wouldn't call this good news but today Rockstar Games has confirmed the delay, apologized, and hopes to release the game sometime late next week.
LG Nexus 4 smartphone up for sale on the Google Play Store for the second time in two weeks, and it sold out pretty much just as fast as the first round. Google's new Nexus is either extremely popular and seeing an unaccounted for demand, or they need some serious work on their sales skills. The Play Store became almost unusable as Google warned users they still had stock, and to keep trying as it was experiencing a heavy load. Now lets talk shipping.
Nexus 4 on launch day and thought you were in the clear, then we've got some bad news for you. It turns out that Google sold more Nexus 4s than it actually had available, as some who purchased the Nexus 4 on launch day are receiving a very disappointing email from the big G today. What does that email say? That their Nexus 4 order won't be shipping out for another three weeks.
Galaxy S III launch is continuing to get worse and worse. It's almost reminding me of the Galaxy Nexus launch all over again. After countless delays, date changes, and more it looks like those who've ordered online are now getting ship dates showing July 19th. Whatever happened to the 10th, or the 12th?
Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone. After starting pre-orders last month, the device would finally be in stores nationwide July 10th. Today however we've received multiple tips that its now been delayed again.
Toshiba Thrive and Thrive 7-inch tablets won't be receiving the update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich this month as originally reported, and instead will be waiting until sometime this fall.
Galaxy S III faster than Samsung can make them. The fact that they had to trash over a half a million blue models back covers could be part of this issue. Along with Verizon, T-Mobile, and the Now Network today AT&T has also delayed their launch from the 21st to the 28th when they get more product.
Galaxy S III smartphone will be in the hands of hundreds and thousands of buyers starting late next week - except for those on Verizon. T-Mobile and AT&T are pushing their phones out around June 21st but Verizon has opted to wait until the second week of July. Today we can confirm they've pushed the date back, but only by a day so it isn't too big of a deal.
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.