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  • News: Samsung Galaxy S3 specifications

    Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S3 last night like we expected and you’re probably wanting a geeky detailed list of the specifications. Well here it is for your reading pleasure.

  • Video: Video: Samsung launches Galaxy S3

    We report from the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S3, from Earl's Court.

  • News: Samsung's Galaxy S III: Four things to know

    Samsung executives today claimed that their new Galaxy S III was "enhanced with nature and human emotion." While we can't exactly verify that claim, we can take a look at some of the specifications and features on Samsung's latest smartphone.

  • Feature: Samsung Galaxy S3 specs and pictures

    Samsung has launched its new flagship smartphone the Samsung Galaxy S3. Here's the smartphones specs and some pictures from the phone's London launch.

  • News: Samsung launches the Galaxy S III smartphone

    Samsung Electronics has launched the Galaxy S III, which comes with a quad-core processor, a bigger screen and a host of software features, including voice recognition, the company said at an event in London on Thursday.

  • News: Samsung launches the Galaxy S III smartphone

    The eighth paragraph of the story, "Samsung launches the Galaxy S III smartphone," incorrectly stated the type of processor in the 3G version of HTC's One X smartphone. The story has been corrected on the wire and that paragraph now reads:

  • News: Spec Smackdown: Samsung Galaxy S III vs. iPhone 4S vs. HTC One X

    Samsung Thursday unveiled the Galaxy S III, the highly-anticipated successor of the popular Galaxy S II, and of course, the iPhone’s newest big rival. The Galaxy S III is like a sequel to the Galaxy Nexus that was made in collaboration with Google, but has a bigger screen, a beefier processor, and a better camera.

  • News: Samsung launches Galaxy S3 smartphone

    Korean tech giant Samsung has today launched its new flagship smartphone the 4.8in Samsung Galaxy S3. Here's some of the recently announced specs and features of the much talked about phone.

  • News: Samsung launches the Galaxy S III smartphone

    Samsung Electronics has launched the Galaxy S III, which comes with a quad-core processor, a bigger screen and a host of software features, including voice recognition, the company said at an event in London on Thursday.

  • Opinion: Samsung Galaxy S III: Watch Live Video Feed of the Announcement

    The hotly anticipated next generation Samsung Galaxy phone will make its debut today at 11 AM PT/2 PM ET in London. Not in the UK? No worries, you can watch the announcement unfold on a livestream hosted on Samsung Mobile’s Facebook page. PCWorld’s sibling publication from across the pond, PC Advisor, is at the event and will have a live blog hosted on PCWorld.

  • Opinion: RIM, Ditch the BlackBerry Bold Look

    BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is swatting down reports that its upcoming BlackBerry 10 phones won't use physical keyboards.

  • News: NotCompatible Android Trojan: What You Need to Know

    Android smartphone users should be on the lookout for hacked websites that automatically download an app onto your phone in an attempt to trick you into installing malicious code. For what may be the first time ever, analysts at Lookout Mobile Security are warning of a so-called drive-by download attack specifically targeted at Android devices. The attack uses infected websites to try to install a Trojan horse called NotCompatible onto your phone. If installed, the Android malware could let hackers use the phone as an intermediary access point, or proxy, to break into private computer networks. There is also

  • News: 8 More New Uses for Your Old Smartphone

    If you’re searching for a new GPS navigator or a touchscreen remote control, a good place to find one is at the bottom of your desk drawer. Old smartphones, long forgotten after being buried under a pile of debris, still pack some punch with a decent processor, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth--and the devices can run apps that transform them into a new stand-alone machine.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S3 launch: as it happened

    Samsung is launching its next Galaxy device tonight, expected to be the Galaxy S3. Here is our live coverage of the event, as it happened.

  • News: Xamarin has ported Android from Java to C#

    Xamarin has ported Android to C# in an effort to improve its own development tools and show that the OS doesn't have to be dependent on Java.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S3 will come in blue or white colours

    Samsung will launch its Galaxy S3 later today which will be available in blue or white models.

  • Opinion: RIM Owns Up To Fake Apple Protest in Australia

    Research In Motion admitted Tuesday that it was behind a staged protest outside a Sydney, Australia Apple Store last week.

  • Opinion: RIM After BlackBerry 10 Debut: Dead Or Alive?

    Research In Motion recently unveiled its next-generation mobile operating system, BlackBerry 10, giving critics a little more insight into the company's future prospects. BlackBerry 10 is a significant break from previous BlackBerry operating systems that focused on physical keyboards and smaller screens; BB10 is designed for touchscreens first. The new BlackBerry platform will still include RIM's traditional enterprise-focused hallmarks such as stability and security. But the company is also making a play for app developers so it can woo consumers by offering popular apps for gaming and social networking.

  • Opinion: Samsung Galaxy S III Event: What To Expect

    Samsung on Thursday will take the wraps of its newest flagship smartphone, widely expected to be called the Galaxy S III, at an event in London starting at 2 p.m. ET. Very few details are known about the device despite intense interest in Samsung's next handset from gadget blogs and rumor sites.

  • News: Android breaks crucial 50% of smartphones in use, says comScore

    Android may be lagging behind in the enterprise market, but in the consumer market it's still going full speed ahead.



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