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Samsung is updating its flagship handset, the GalaxyS III, to Jelly Bean, starting today.
An enterprising Russian tester has demonstrated the Lumia 920's Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) feature by strapping it to a radio controlled car.
The Wi-Fi Alliance is announcing the beginning of its certification program for its Miracast streaming standard. The first consumer devices to support the standard are the LG Optimus G and Samsung Galaxy S III.
In a bold move reportedly instigated by new CEO Marissa Mayer, aging web giant Yahoo plans to outfit every one of its US employees with a new iOS, Android, or Windows Phone 8 device.
Samsung's Galaxy S III hit the 10 million mark at the end of July, and in the time since then the company has doubled that figure — Samsung says it's reached 20 million Galaxy S III sales, 100 days after the handset launched in May.
With Windows Phone 8, Nokia finally has had its hands untied when it comes to pushing out modern specs on its hardware. The result is the Nokia Lumia 920, with a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 32GB of device storage, and a 4.5-inch display. The Lumia 920 also includes wireless charging and "PureView" technology on its 8-megapixel camera. Add in some bright color options and you're looking at the main differentiators on the hardware side.
Samsung’s LTE-capable flagship, the Galaxy S III 4G is coming to Optus’s newly-launched LTE network this month before launching on Telstra later in October. While Optus's pricing is already available, Telstra isn't revealing its own until the October launch.
Mophie is releasing its first non-Apple battery case later this year for the Samsung Galaxy S III.
In addition to laying the groundwork for ISIS NFC payments, T-Mobile's update to the Samsung Galaxy S II included a significant yet unpublicized change to Android 4.0.3 — the removal of universal search.
Samsung made nature a major theme when it launched the Galaxy S III — the UI was even called "TouchWiz Nature UX." Now, the company has announced a number of new colors for the Galaxy S III that it says are similarly inspired by nature.
We take a look at LG's new S4 Pro-toting flagship Optimus G at NTT Docomo's launch event in Tokyo. Unlike international variants, the Japanese version of the handset will be waterproof.
At an event in New York City today, MetroPCS outlined its hardware plans for the fall and revealed that Samsung's Galaxy S III will be available in the coming months.
Today, SamMobile posted the first pre-release version of Android 4.1 for the Galaxy S III, and says that the official update will be available via KIES and over-the-air at the end of this month and the beginning of next.
Carphone Warehouse now has a listing on its internal systems for a black version of the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Yesterday, Samsung's Pakistani Facebook page posted the above image briefly, sparking a flurry of discussion and debate about it being an inadvertent early reveal of the Galaxy Note II. Alas, this isn't the first time we've seen the paricular concept.
Samsung has finished developing an internal test version of Android 4.1 for the Galaxy S III, and is now working on a public release version of the software, according to SamMobile.
US carriers like Verizon may be testing Voice over LTE (VoLTE) as a replacement for old-fashioned circuit-switched voice, but South Korean carrier SK Telecom is set to be first in the world to launch a VoLTE service.
ARM has announced its next generation Mali mobile GPUs, increasing performance by 50 percent while remaining energy efficient.